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Daucus carota L. (Carrot, Wild Carrot)

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Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Species)

Taxon Rank #refs #webs

Suggested Literature

Daucus carota may be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
PLANTAE
(plants)
TRACHEOPHYTA
(vascular plants)
MAGNOLIOPSIDA
(flowering plants)
APIACEAE
(umbellifers)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Associated with Daucus carota:

(live) live is parasitised by conidial anamorph Erysiphe heraclei - Umbellifer Powdery Mildew (Erysiphales: Erysiphaceae) UK/Ireland Ing, B., 1990
(live) live is parasitised by cleistothecium Erysiphe heraclei - Umbellifer Powdery Mildew (Erysiphales: Erysiphaceae) UK/Ireland Ing, B., 1990
(rotten) rotten is decayed by effuse colony of Trichocladium dematiaceous anamorph Trichocladium asperum - a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus (Sordariales: Chaetomiaceae) Kirk, P.M., 1994
is foodplant of Calosirus terminatus - a weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Bullock, J.A., 1992
flower flower is grazed by larva Hypera (Tigrinellus) pastinaceae - a weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) UK/Ireland Bullock, J.A., 1992 [Since this weevil is restricted to sea cliffs in the UK, this may refer to Daucus carota ssp. gummifer. (MWS)]
leaf (curled) curled leaf has sap sucked by Trioza apicalis - Carrot Psyllid (Hemiptera: Triozidae) Restricted Collins, L., 2011
leaf (live, reddening, finely yellow mottled, inverted) live, reddening, finely yellow mottled, inverted leaf may be infected and damaged by Carrot Mottle virus (CMoV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Red Leaf virus]
leaf (live, reddening, finely yellow mottled, inverted) live, reddening, finely yellow mottled, inverted leaf may be infected and damaged by Carrot Red Leaf virus (CtRLV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Mottle virus]
leaf (live) live leaf is mined by larva Euleia heraclei - Common Umbel Leaf-miner, Celery Fly, Celery Leaf Miner (Diptera: Tephritidae) Foreign Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [produces a conspicuous yellow-brown blotch mine],
White, I.M., 1988
leaf (live) live leaf is parasitised by Xanthomonas hortorum pv. carotae - Bacterial Blight Of Carrot - causative organism UK/Ireland anon., 2005
leaf (live) live leaf may be infected and damaged by amphigenous colony of Mycocentrospora anamorph Mycocentrospora acerina - Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms) (Pleosporales) UK/Ireland Captivity Braun, U., 1995,
Dennis, R.W.G., 1995
leaf (live) live leaf may be infected and damaged by colony of Alternaria dematiaceous anamorph Alternaria novae-zelandiae Foreign Simmons, E.G., 2002
leaf (live) live leaf has sap sucked by Cavariella (Cavariella) aegopodii - Willow-carrot Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998,
Fjelddalen, J., 1964
leaf (live) live leaf is spun by caterpillar Cacoecimorpha pronubana - Carnation Tortrix, Mediterranean Leaf Roller (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Major MacLeod, A., 2009
leaf (petiole) (twisted) twisted leaf (petiole) may be infected and damaged by Carrot Mottle virus (CMoV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Red Leaf virus]
leaf (petiole) (twisted) twisted leaf (petiole) may be infected and damaged by Carrot Red Leaf virus (CtRLV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Mottle virus]
leaf base (live, swollen, split) live, swollen, split leaf base may be infected and damaged by Ditylenchus dipsaci - Stem Eelworm, Stem and Bulb Eelworm (Tylenchida: Anguinidae) Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
leaf leaf is mined by larva Phytomyza chaerophylli - a leaf-mining fly (Diptera: Agromyzidae) Spencer, K.A., 1972 [mine short, linear, generally closely following margin of a leaf segment]
leaf leaf is grazed by Hypera (Eririnomorphus) pollux - a weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) UK/Ireland Morris, M.G., 2002
leaf leaf is grazed by larva Hypera (Tigrinellus) pastinaceae - a weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) UK/Ireland Bullock, J.A., 1992 [Since this weevil is restricted to sea cliffs in the UK, this may refer to Daucus carota ssp. gummifer. (MWS)]
plant (stunted) stunted plant may be infected and damaged by Carrot Mottle virus (CMoV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Red Leaf virus]
plant (stunted) stunted plant may be infected and damaged by Carrot Red Leaf virus (CtRLV) - a phytopathogenic virus Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Carrot Motley Dwarf disease caused by joint infection with Carrot Mottle virus]
root (decayed, dead) decayed, dead root is decayed by Itersonilia perplexans - Chrysanthemum Petal Blight - causative organism (Cystofilobasidiales: Cystofilobasidiaceae) Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005
root (live) live root may contain larva Chamaepsila rosae - Carrot Fly (Diptera: Psilidae) Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
root (live) live root has sap sucked by Dysaphis (Dysaphis) crataegi - Hawthorn Aphid, Hawthorn-carrot Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Fjelddalen, J., 1964
root root is parasitised by underground tuber Orobanche minor subsp. maritima - a common broomrape (Lamiales: Orobanchaceae) Major Clapham, A.R., Tutin, T.G. & Moore, D.M., 1985,
Stace, C., 1997
root root may be infected and damaged by colony of Thielaviopsis dematiaceous anamorph Thielaviopsis basicola - a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus (Microascales: Ceratocystidaceae) Ellis, M.B. & J.P., 1997 [sometimes causes a black root rot]
stem (dead) dead stem is decayed by erumpent, often becoming superficial apothecium Heterosphaeria patella - a discomycete (Helotiales: Helotiaceae) Ellis, M.B. & J.P., 1997
stem (dead) dead stem is decayed by Heteropatella anamorph Heterosphaeria patella - a discomycete (Helotiales: Helotiaceae) Ellis, M.B. & J.P., 1997

Daucus carota may be associated with more taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

PLANTAE
(plants)
TRACHEOPHYTA
(vascular plants)
MAGNOLIOPSIDA
(flowering plants)
EU-DICOTS
(dicotyledonous flowering plants)
APIACEAE
(umbellifers)
Herbaceous Plants Tall Woody Herbs (via Apiaceae)

References

anon., 2005 CSL Pest Risk Analysis for Xanthomonas hortorum
Braun, U., 1995 Monograph of Cercosporella, Ramularia and Allied Genera - Vol 1
Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 Pests, Diseases & Disorders of Garden Plants
Bullock, J.A., 1992 Host Plants of British Beetles: A List of Recorded Associations
Clapham, A.R., Tutin, T.G. & Moore, D.M., 1985 Flora of the British Isles
Collins, L., 2011 Surveying for carrot psyllid
Dennis, R.W.G., 1995 Fungi of the South East England
Ellis, M.B. & J.P., 1997 Microfungi on Land Plants: An Identification Handbook
Fjelddalen, J., 1964 Aphids Recorded on Cultivated Plants in Norway 1946-1962
Ing, B., 1990 An Introduction to British Powdery Mildews
Kirk, P.M., 1994 Trichocladium asperum
Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005 Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota
MacLeod, A., 2009 FERA Pest Risk Analysis for Cacoecimorpha pronubana
Morris, M.G., 2002 True Weevils (Part I): Family Curculionidae, subfamilies Raymondionyminae to Smicronychinae
Simmons, E.G., 2002 Alternaria themes and variations (305-309): Lewia/Alternaria revisited
Spencer, K.A., 1972 Diptera: Agromyzidae
Stace, C., 1997 New Flora of the British Isles (Ed 2)
White, I.M., 1988 Tephritid Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
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