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Blumeria graminis

Synonyms: Acrosporium monilioides; Erysiphe communis f. graminis; Erysiphe graminis; Oidium monilioides; Oidium monilioides var. monilioides; Tigria graminis

Wikipedia Abstract

Blumeria graminis (commonly called barley powdery mildew or corn mildew) is a fungus that causes powdery mildew on grasses, including cereals. It is the only species in the genus Blumeria. It has also been called Erysiphe graminis and (by its anamorph) Oidium monilioides or Oidium tritici.
View Wikipedia Record: Blumeria graminis

Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Fenland 1529 England, United Kingdom

Ecosystems

Prey / Diet

Dactylis glomerata[1]
Lolium perenne[1]

Prey / Diet Overlap

Competing SpeciesCommon Prey Count
Amphipoea oculea (Ear Moth)1
Apamea anceps (Large Nutmeg)1
Apamea crenata (Clouded-bordered Brindle)1
Apamea epomidion1
Apamea monoglypha (Dark Arches)1
Apamea sordens1
Aphantopus hyperantus (Ringlet Butterfly)1
Callistege mi (Mother Shipton Moth)1
Capsus ater1
Cercopis vulnerata (Black & Red Froghopper)1
Cerodontha flavocingulata1
Cerodontha incisa2
Cerodontha pygmaea1
Chlorops hypostigma1
Claviceps purpurea (Ergot)2
Coleophora lixella1
Cosmiotes freyerella1
Delia coarctata1
Elachista apicipunctella1
Elachista argentella1
Elachista atricomella1
Elachista gangabella1
Elachista luticomella1
Elachista megerlella1
Elymana sulphurella2
Eremobia ochroleuca (Dusky Sallow)1
Euthrix potatoria (Drinker Moth)1
Geomyza tripunctata1
Helcystogramma rufescens1
Heliophobus reticulata (Bordered Gothic)1
Leptopterna dolabrata (meadow plant bug)1
Liriomyza flaveola1
Maniola jurtina (Meadow Brown Butterfly)2
Meromyza femorata1
Mesapamea didyma (Lesser Common Rustic Moth)1
Mesapamea secalis (Common Rustic)1
Mesoligia literosa1
Noctua orbona (Lunar Yellow Underwing)1
Oligia latruncula (Tawny Marbled Minor)1
Oligia strigilis (Marbled Minor)1
Oligia versicolor (Rufous Minor)1
Omphaloscelis lunosa (Lunar Underwing Moth)1
Opomyza germinationis1
Oscinella frit (fruit fly)1
Oscinella maura1
Oscinella nitidissima2
Oscinella pusilla1
Pararge aegeria (Speckled Wood Butterfly)1
Psammotettix confinis2
Pseudonapomyza atra1
Stenocranus sapporensis1
Stenotus binotatus (Two-spotted Grass Bug)1
Thymelicus lineola (European skipper)1
Thymelicus sylvestris (Small Skipper)1
Zyginidia scutellaris2

Predators

Apteropeda orbiculata <Unverified Name>[1]

Providers

Parasite of 
Agrostis capillaris (colonial bent)[2]
Agrostis stolonifera (carpet bentgrass)[2]
Alopecurus geniculatus (marsh meadow-foxtail)[2]
Alopecurus myosuroides (blackgrass)[2]
Alopecurus pratensis (field meadow-foxtail)[2]
Ammophila arenaria (European beachgrass)[2]
Anthoxanthum odoratum (sweet vernal grass)[2]
Apera spica-venti (loose silkybent)[2]
Arrhenatherum elatius (tall oatgrass)[2]
Avena fatua (flaxgrass)[2]
Avena sativa (oats)[2]
Avena strigosa (lopsided oat)[2]
Brachypodium sylvaticum (slender false brome)[2]
Briza media (perennial quakinggrass)[2]
Bromus commutatus (hairy brome)[2]
Bromus erectus (erect brome)[2]
Bromus hordeaceus (soft brome)[2]
Bromus interruptus (interrupted brome)[2]
Bromus japonicus (Japanese bromegrass)[2]
Bromus madritensis (compact brome)[2]
Bromus marginatus (mountain brome)[2]
Cynosurus cristatus (crested dogstail grass)[2]
Dactylis glomerata (orchardgrass)[1]
Danthonia decumbens (common heathgrass)[2]
Deschampsia cespitosa (Tufted Hair-grass)[2]
Digitaria sanguinalis (redhair crabgrass)[2]
Elymus caninus (bearded wheatgrass)[2]
Elymus repens (quackgrass)[2]
Festuca arundinacea (Tall Fescue)[2]
Festuca gigantea (Giant Fescue)[2]
Festuca heterophylla (variousleaf fescue)[2]
Festuca pratensis (meadow fescue)[2]
Glyceria maxima (reed mannagrass)[2]
Holcus lanatus (common velvetgrass)[2]
Holcus mollis (creeping velvetgrass)[2]
Hordelymus europaeus (Wood barley)[2]
Hordeum jubatum (foxtail barley)[2]
Hordeum murinum (mouse barley)[2]
Hordeum secalinum (Meadow Barley)[2]
Hordeum vulgare (cereal barley)[2]
Koeleria macrantha (prairie Junegrass)[2]
Leymus arenarius (sand ryegrass)[2]
Lolium multiflorum (Italian ryegrass)[2]
Lolium perenne (perennial ryegrass)[2]
Lolium temulentum (poison darnel)[2]
Milium effusum (American milletgrass)[2]
Phalaris arundinacea (reed canarygrass)[2]
Phleum pratense (common timothy)[2]
Poa alpina (alpine bluegrass)[2]
Poa annua (annual blue grass)[2]
Poa bulbosa (bulbous bluegrass)[2]
Poa compressa (flat-stem blue grass)[2]
Poa glauca (glaucous bluegrass)[2]
Poa nemoralis (Wood bluegrass)[2]
Poa palustris (fowl bluegrass)[2]
Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass)[2]
Poa trivialis (rough bluegrass)[2]
Puccinellia distans (European alkaligrass)[2]
Secale cereale (common rye)[2]
Sesleria caerulea (blue moor grass)[2]
Trisetum flavescens (yellow oatgrass)[2]
Triticum aestivum (common wheat)[2]
Triticum turgidum (rivet wheat)[2]

Distribution

Photos

Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Ecology of Commanster 2Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
Protected Areas provided by GBIF Global Biodiversity Information Facility
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Abstract provided by DBpedia licensed under a Creative Commons License
Weather provided by NOAA METAR Data Access