Uredo maua, on Xylosma hawaiiense (Flacourtiaceae), an endemic tree of Hawaiian forests, is newly described as an addition to Hawai’i's native rust flora. Uredo wakensis, originally described from Wake Island and reported from other Pacific islands on Tournefortia argentea (Boraginaceae), represents the uredinial state of Uromyces tairae, described from Okinawa. This rust is newly reported from Hawai’i.
|Title||Uredo maua, sp. nov., and Uromyces tairae: Additions to the rust flora of Hawai’i|
|Authors||Donald E. Gardner, Timothy W. Flynn|
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|
|USGS Organization||Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center|