Foodplant / parasite
colony of Albugo candida parasitises live, discoloured, distorted leaf of Alyssum
Remarks: season: spring, early autumn
Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:161
Specimens with Barcodes:9
Species With Barcodes:75
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Alyssum is a genus of about 100–170 species of flowering plants in the family Brassicaceae, native to Europe, Asia, and northern Africa, with the highest species diversity in the Mediterranean region. The genus comprises annual and perennial herbaceous plants or (rarely) small shrubs, growing to 10–100 cm tall, with oblong-oval leaves and yellow or white flowers (pink to purple in a few species).
The genera Lobularia and Aurinia are closely related to Alyssum and were formerly included in it. The widely cultivated species popularly known as "sweet alyssum" is Lobularia maritima. The common rockery plant is Aurinia saxatilis.
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