Plant Health C

Host genus Fungal species Symptoms and notes
Calamagrostis Claviceps purpurea The ergot fungus, infecting inflorescences and forming sclerotia from modified seeds. Highly toxic
Callistemon Seimatosporium dilophosporum On leaf spots and died-back areas of living leaves
Carex Anthracoidea limosa An inflorescence smut of Carex limosa, probably causing little damage to host populations
  Gaeumannomyces caricis Parasitic, but pathogenicity needs confirmation
  Gaeumannomyces paludosus Parasitic, but pathogenicity needs confirmation
  Puccinia ribesii-pendulae Rust of leaves of Carex pendula
Carpinus Mamiania fimbriata Apparently a weak parasite causing leaf spots in late summer
Castanea Cryphonectria radicalis A weak parasite causing canker symptoms. Almost certainly extinct in GB&I
Cicuta Puccinia cicutae A rust on leaves and other plant parts, not causing major damage
Cladium Puccinia cladii A biotrophic leaf parasite, not considered to be a significant pathogen
Colchicum Urocystis colchici A leaf smut of Colchicum autumnale, not causing significant economic damage
Corylus Mamianiella coryli Considered to cause leaf spotting, but not economically important

Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith