- On la remarque sur cet anisodontea … – Jaccueillelanature on The Hornet Hoverfly- Volucella zonaria
- Campus Wildlife Champions – T&L Exchange on Campus Species Lists
- Powdery Mildew Survey 2016 | Culham Research Group on Powdery mildew – 2014
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- Alastair Culham on Mammals
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Tag Archives: Pathology
Miner Matters: Eric Carle revisited?
After reading Fay’s blog on the holm oak (Quercus ilex) under attack, I – like you – was in a better position to look for and recognise leaf-mining beasties on campus. What better way to follow her blog than to … Continue reading
Posted in Animals, Fagaceae, Insects, Lepidoptera, Moths, Plant Pathology Research Group, Plants Tagged blotch, E. heringella, Ectoedemia heringella, entomology, frass, gallery, Holm oak, Identification, leaf miner, leaf-mine, lepidoptera, microscopy, Pathology, Quercus ilex, Waheed Arshad Leave a comment
Dark times for powdery mildew
Winter is here and with it we have left behind my dear biotrophic fungus, the powdery mildew (PM). Requiring plant material to source nutrients to grow and reproduce means that with the dropping of leaves, characteristic of ‘Fall’, PMs must … Continue reading
Powdery mildew phenology; it will be back!
Over the next few months I will be bringing you up to speed with the, increasingly specific, workings of powdery mildews (PMs) (Erysiphales) present on the University of Reading, Whiteknights, campus during the past year. Records and sitings on campus … Continue reading
Posted in Climate, Fungi, Phenology, Plant Pathology Research Group, Plants, Rosaceae, Surveys, Uncategorized Tagged Acer, ascomycota, Citizen Science, Erysiphales, Fungal Identification., fungi, Harris Garden, Malus, Oli Ellingham, Pathology, Plant Pathology, Powdery Mildew, RHS, Royal Horticultural Society 3 Comments