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The sexual teleutospores are formed in erumpent, paraphysate sori. The teleutospores are aggregated into fibrillose filaments, have a single germ pore in each cell, and have long, persistent pedicells.
There is a single species in New Zealand, associated with native Rubus spp.

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 Hamaspora australis