Cedar Quince Rust Gymnosporangium clavipes Cooke & Peck  

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This species causes flaky swellings on the branches of Eastern Redcedar before infecting the fruit of the quince in the spring (L. Biechele, pers. comm.).

There are 20 records in the project database.

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A Cedar Quince Rust in Somerset Co., Maryland (6/8/2014). Photo by Lance Biechele. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust in Harford Co., Maryland (4/18/2018). Photo by Austin Jennings. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust on Eastern Red Cedar in Calvert Co., Maryland (4/3/2017). Photo by Tyler Bell. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust in Allegany Co., Maryland (4/23/2016). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust on a Bradford Pear in Howard Co., Maryland (7/6/2014). Verified by Lance Biechele. Photo by Nancy Magnusson. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust in Howard Co., Maryland (5/8/2018). Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust on Eastern Red Cedar in Calvert Co., Maryland (4/5/2017). Photo by Tyler Bell. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust on Bradford Pear in Howard Co., Maryland (7/12/2014). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust in Harford Co., Maryland (6/4/2018). Photo by Dave Webb. (MBP list)

Cedar Quince Rust in Howard Co., Maryland (7/12/2014). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Spores of Cedar Quince Rust in Howard Co., Maryland (5/8/2018). Irregularly ellipsoid, 2-celled, brownish walls; measured 47.0-57.1 (63.5) x 26.0 microns. Photo by Robert Solem. (MBP list)


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