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Phthirusa stelis (L.) Kuijt

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22 mars 2016 : abord de la route de l'est un peu après le pont de la Comté en allant vers Saint-Georges. Parasite dans une haie sur un Ixora cultivé, totalement envahi.

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  • Sébastien SANT - Samedi 1 Octobre 2016 13:33
    I, The Phthirusa stelis appears to be very ubiquist, and could parasite a great number of hosts, indigenous or not, and also monocots as Dracaena in my garden...
  • floredeguyane - Lundi 26 Septembre 2016 19:31
    Actually I wrote it into the comment, but in French ! The host was a cultivated Ixora.
  • siggisan - Lundi 26 Septembre 2016 12:25
    it would be interesting, to know on which host the phthirusa parasites,but saprophytes are not so choosy ?