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FUNGAL PLANET
A Global Initiative to Promote the Study of Fungal Biodiversity
Crous PW, Seifert KA, Samson RA & Hawksworth DL (editors)

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MycoBank: MB501012

Anthostomella eucalyptorum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Anamorph: Idriella-like.
Etymology: named after its host, Eucalyptus.

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MycoBank: MB501001

Passalora schizolobii M.J. Wingf. & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: named after its host, Schizolobium parahybum.

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MycoBank: MB501004

Ramularia miae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: named after its collector, Mia Karina Crous (age 6), who collected diseased leaves with great enthusiasm!

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MycoBank: MB501005

Mycosphaerella alistairii Crous, sp. nov.
Anamorph: Batcheloromyces sp.
Etymology: named after Alistair Smith of Kentucky Farms, Elgin, South Africa, who took me mountain-biking on his birthday, and patiently waited on top of the mountain while I collected this fungus.

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MycoBank: MB501006

Camarosporium mamanes Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: named after its host plant, Sophora.

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MycoBank: MB501007

Mycosphaerella maxii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: named after its collector, Max Crous (age 10), who first spotted this interesting disease.

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MycoBank: MB501008

Microdiplodia hawaiiensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: named after the island from where it was collected, Hawaii.

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MycoBank: MB501009

Strelitziana M. Arzanlou & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology: named after the host genus it was collected from, Strelitzia.


MycoBank: MB501010

Strelitziana africana M. Arzanlou & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after the continent from which it was collected, Africa.

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MycoBank: MB501011

Phaeosphaeriopsis musae M. Arzanlou & Crous, sp. nov.
Anamorph: Phaeoseptoria musae Punith., Kew Bull. 31: 469. 1977.

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MycoBank: MB501000

Heteroconium eucalypti Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology: named after its host, Eucalyptus.

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MycoBank: MB501110

Hoornsmania Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology: Named after the Hoornsman family, from whose garden this fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB501111

Hoornsmania pyrina Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host plant, Pyrus malus.

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MycoBank: MB504455

Alternaria thalictrigena K. Schub. & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Epithet derived from the host plant, Thalictrum sp

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MycoBank: MB504456

Mycosphaerella elaeocarpi Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host genus, Elaeocarpus.

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MycoBank: MB504457

Sphaceloma banksiicola Pascoe & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host genus, Banksia

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MycoBank: MB504458

Valsaria ceratoniae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host, Ceratonia siliqua.

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MycoBank: MB504464

Penidiella kurandae Crous & Stone, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its type locality, Kuranda, Australia.

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MycoBank: MB504459

Exophiala placitae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host species, Eucalyptus placita.

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MycoBank: MB504460

Falcocladium thailandicum Crous & Himaman, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its country of origin, Thailand..

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MycoBank: MB504461

Neofusicoccum mediterraneum Crous, M.J. Wingf. & A.J.L. Phillips, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named for the Mediterranean region where this fungus was discovered.

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MycoBank: MB504462

Phlogicylindrium eucalyptorum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host plant, Eucalyptus.

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MycoBank: MB504545

Ascobolus calesco A. Bell & D.P. Mahoney, sp. nov.
Etymology: caleso (L.) = “to grow in the warm”, referring to the fact that the fungus occurs predominantly in the northern warmer
states of Australia

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MycoBank: MB505949

Devriesia strelitziae Arzanlou & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after its host plant, Strelitzia.

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MycoBank: MB511279

Cosmospora stegonsporii Rossman, Farr & Akulov, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named after the associated host fungus.

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MycoBank: MB511278

Hydropisphaera fungicola Rossman, Farr & Newcombe, sp. nov.
Etymology: fungicola (L.) – on another fungus, referring to the fungus on Ulocladium atrum on leaves of poplar.

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MycoBank: MB505892

Diplomitoporus taquaraeG. Coelho, sp. nov.
Etymology: Species name derived from “taquara”, a native indigenous word for bamboo..

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MycoBank: MB505891

Diplomitoporus marianoi-rochaeG. Coelho, sp. nov.
Etymology: Species named in honour of José Mariano da Rocha Filho, founder of FSM (Univ. Fed. of Santa Maria), and promoter of scientific and social development in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul State, Southern Brazil.

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MycoBank: MB505890

Echinoporia inermisG. Coelho, sp. nov.
Etymology: Referring to basidiomes lacking spiny projections on pileus surface.

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MycoBank: MB505966

Spicellum ovalisporum Seifert & Rehner, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named for the shape of the conidia.

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MycoBank: MB508003

Sporidesmium knawiaeCrous, sp. nov.
Etymology: Named for the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.

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MycoBank: MB5512637

Nectriella atrorubra Lechat & J. Fourn., sp. nov.
Etymology: The epithet atrorubra refers to the colour of the ascomata, turning dark red upon drying, with a blackish ostiolar region.

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MycoBank: MB512926

Oedocephalum adhaerens E.M. Davison & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the Latin adhaerens, in reference to the conidia
that cling together to form spore balls..

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MycoBank: MB513166

Dothiorella thripsita R.G. Shivas & D.J. Tree, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the insect that feeds on this fungus.

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MycoBank: MB513234

Tilletia micrairae R.G. Shivas, M.D. Barrett, R.L. Barrett & McTaggart, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the name of the host plant Micraira.

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MycoBank: MB515393

Ulocladium populi E.G. Simmons, G. Newcombe & A. Shipunov, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after its host, Populus trichocarpa.

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MycoBank: MB515101

Clavispora reshetovae A. Yurkov, A.M. Schäfer & Begerow, sp. nov.
Etymology. The specific epithet ‘reshetovae’ is in honour of the Russian
microbiologist Irina S. Reshetova for her contributions to the studies of soil
yeasts.

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MycoBank: MB515157

Tilletia challinoraeMcTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Victoria Louise Challinor, who discovered this
and several other rare smut fungi..

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MycoBank: MB515252

Macalpinomyces mackinlayi McTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the host epithet.

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MycoBank: MB515234

Barnettozyma vustinii A. Yurkov, A.M. Schäfer & Begerow, sp. nov
Etymology. The specific epithet ‘vustinii’ is in honour of the Russian zymologist
Dr Michael M. Vustin for his contributions to the studies of Williopsis
species and his suggestions concerning the observation of sexual stages of
this novel species.

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MycoBank: MB515310

Zasmidium macluricola R.G. Shivas, A.J. Young & U. Braun, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host plant Maclura (Moraceae).

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MycoBank: MB515468

Pseudocercospora avicenniae R.G. Shivas, A.J. Young & Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology. Named after the host plant Avicennia marina (Acanthaceae).

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MycoBank: MB514707

Nawawia malaysiana Crous & S.S. Lee, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the country from which it was collected, Malaysia.

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MycoBank: MB515467

Pseudocercospora mangifericola R.G. Shivas, A.J. Young & Grice, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the name of the host plant Mangifera in the
Anacardiaceae.

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MycoBank: MB514708

Saccharata intermedia Crous & Joanne E. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after its conidial dimensions, which are intermediate
in size between those of S. proteae and S. kirstenboschensis

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MycoBank: MB514709

Xenocylindrosporium Crous & Verkley, gen. nov.
Etymology. Morphologically similar, but distinct from Cylindrosporium.


MycoBank: MB514710

Xenocylindrosporium kirstenboschense Crous & Verkley, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, South Africa,
where this fungus was collected.

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MycoBank: MB497140

Ascochyta manawaorae Verkley, Woudenberg & De Gruyter, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the village of Manawaora near the type locality,
Bay of Islands, New Zealand.

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MycoBank: MB518022

Rhizodermea Verkley & Zijlstra, gen. nov.
Etymology. Rhizo, referring to the root of the host that the fungus colonises;
dermea to the teleomorph genus Dermea to which the genus is related.


MycoBank: MB518023.

Rhizodermea veluwensis Verkley & Zijlstra, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the Veluwe, an area rich in forest and heathland
in the centre of the Netherlands where the type locality and other known
localities of this species are situated.

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MycoBank: MB518300.

Zasmidium scaevolicola R.G. Shivas, McTaggart, A.J. Young & Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology. Name derived from the host plant genus, Scaevola (Goodeniaceae).

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MycoBank: MB518299.

Pseudocercospora adansoniae McTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the name of the host plant genus, Adansonia

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MycoBank: MB517068.

Phytopythium Abad, de Cock, Bala, Robideau, Lodhi & Lévesque, gen. nov.
Etymology. Phylogenetically between Pythium and Phytophthora


MycoBank: MB17069

Phytopythium sindhum Lodhi, Shahzad & Lévesque, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the province Sindh from where this species was frequently isolated.

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MycoBank: MB517538.

Nectriella rusci Lechat, Lowen & Gardiennet, sp. nov.
Etymology. The epithet rusci refers to the substratum Ruscus aculeatus.



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MycoBank: ?MB519095.

Sphaerographium nyssicola Minnis, Rossman & D.F. Farr, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named for its occurrence on overwintered, dead and fallen
leaves of the genus Nyssa, the substrate from which the type was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB517530.

Sphaceloma freyliniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Frelinia lanceolata.


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MycoBank: MB517531.

Anthostomella pinea Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Pinus


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MycoBank: MB517532.

Fusicladium peltigericola Crous & Diederich, sp. nov..
Etymology. Named after the lichen host from which it was collected, Peltigera rufescens


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MycoBank: MB517533.

XenopolyscytalumCrous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after its similarity to the genus Polyscytalum.


MycoBank: MB517534.

Xenopolyscytalum pinae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Pinus


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MycoBank: MB517535.

Strelitziana albiziae Crous & H.D. Shin, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Albizia julibrissin.


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MycoBank: MB517536.

Toxicocladosporium protearum Crous & Roets, sp. nov..
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Protea


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MycoBank: MB517537.

Exophiala encephalarti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Encephalartos.


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MycoBank: MB517538.

Pseudocercospora nephrolepidicola Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Nephrolepis
(Lomariopsidaceae).


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MycoBank: MB517539.

Pseudophloeospora Crous & R.G. Shivas, gen. nov.
Etymology. Morphologically similar, but distinct from Phloeospora.


MycoBank: MB517540.

Pseudophloeospora eucalyptiCrous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


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MycoBank: MB517541.

Phaeothecoidea melaleucaCrous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Melaleuca.


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MycoBank: MB517543.

Strelitziana eucalypti Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


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MycoBank: MB517544.

Toxicocladosporium banksiaeCrous, R.G. Shivas & McTaggart, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Banksia.


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MycoBank: MB517545.

Fusicladium eucalyptiCrous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Phylogenetically between Pythium and Phytophthora



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MycoBank: MB517546.

Devriesia fraseriae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Eliza Anne Fraser (c. 1798–1858?) from whom
Fraser Island, where this specimen was collected, takes its name. The
pregnant Eliza was shipwrecked on a reef off the Queensland coast in 1836, along with 18 men including her husband Captain James Fraser, who was captain of the sailing ship Stirling Castle. The subsequent events, including her rescue, have been the source of much myth and legend.


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MycoBank: MB517547.

Pseudocercospora casuarinae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Phylogenetically between Pythium and Phytophthora


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MycoBank: MB517548.

Devriesia xanthorrhoeae Crous, Pascoe & Jacq. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Xanthorrhoea australis.


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MycoBank: MB517678.

Pseudocercospora microsori R.G. Shivas, A.J. Young & B.C. McNeil, sp. nov.
Etymology. From the name of the host plant Microsorum (Polypodiaceae).


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MycoBank: MB560159.

Cercospora eremochloae R.G. Shivas & A.J. Young, sp. nov.
Etymology. Derived from the name host plant genus, Eremochloa (Poaceae).


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MycoBank: MB519208.

Exophiala tremulae W. Wang, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after its host species, Populus tremuloides.


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MycoBank: MB560161.

Funbolia Crous & Seifert, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after the Fungal Barcode of Life group that convened at Front Royal, Virginia (USA) in 2007 to initiate the CBOL Fungal Working Group.


MycoBank: MB560158.

Funbolia dimorpha Crous & Seifert, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after its dimorphic conidia..


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MycoBank: MB560162.

Neofusicoccum grevilleae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Grevillea aurea.


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MycoBank: MB560160.

Diaporthe musigena Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Musa sp.


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MycoBank: MB560163.

Pseudocercospora cyathicola Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Cyathea australis


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MycoBank: MB560164.

Diaporthe acaciigena Crous, Pascoe & Jacq. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Acacia retinodes.


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MycoBank: MB560165.

Bagadiella victoriae Crous, I.J. Porter & Jacq. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the state of Victoria, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB560166.

Bagadiella koalae Crous, Pascoe, I.J. Porter & Jacq. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the koala that was observed eating these Eucalyptus globulus leaves.


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MycoBank: MB560167

Mycosphaerella wachendorfiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Wachendorfia thyrsifolia


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MycoBank: MB560168.

Passalora leptophlebiae Crous, Alfenas, R. Alfenas & O.L. Pereira, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Eucalyptus leptophlebia.


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MycoBank: MB560169.

Rachicladosporium pini Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Pinus monophylla.


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MycoBank: MB560170.

Diaporthe rhusicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Rhus pendulina.


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MycoBank: MB560171.

Sclerostagonospora cycadis Crous & G. Okada, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Cycas.


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MycoBank: MB560172.

Noosia Crous, R.G. Shivas & McTaggart, gen. nov
Etymology. Named after the town Noosa, in Queensland (Australia), where this fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB560173.

Noosia banksiae Crous, R.G. Shivas & McTaggart, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Banksia.


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MycoBank: MB560174.

Devriesia queenslandica Crous, R.G. Shivas & McTaggart, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the state of Queensland, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB560175.

Teratosphaeria mareebensis Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the town of Mareeba, where this fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB560176.

Leptoxyphium kurandae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the town of Kuranda, where this fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB561042.

Phytophthora fluvialis T. Jung & T.I. Burgess, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named for the riparian ecosystems from which all isolates were recovered.


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MycoBank: MB560177.

Catenulostroma eucalyptorum Crous & Carnegie, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Eucalyptus


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MycoBank: MB560178.

Mycosphaerella valgourgensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the town where it was collected, Valgourge.


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MycoBank: MB560179.

Utrechtiana Crous & Quaedvlieg, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after the University of Utrecht, on which campus it was collected.


MycoBank: MB560180.

Utrechtiana cibiessia Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures (CBSKNAW)
in front of which, on Utrecht Campus, the fungus was collected


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MycoBank: MB561250.

Dictyosporium stellatum G.P. White & Seifert, sp. nov.
Etymology. From stellata (L.), referring to the star-like appearance of the colonies on the natural substrate.


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MycoBank: MB561250.

Diaporthe ceratozamiae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Ceratozamia robusta.


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MycoBank: MB560696.

Pseudoidriella Crous & R.G. Shivas, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Idriella.


MycoBank: MB560697.

Pseudoidriella syzygii Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host Syzygium, from which it was collected


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MycoBank: MB560698.

Seiridium banksiae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Banksia marginata.


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MycoBank: MB560699.

Phyllosticta hymenocallidicola Crous, Summerell & Romberg, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Hymenocallis.


description 1

96 

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MycoBank: MB560700.

Myrmecridium phragmitisCrous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Phragmites.


description 1

97 

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MycoBank: MB560701.

Phlogicylindrium uniforme Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after its cylindrical, highly uniformly conidia.


description 1

98 

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MycoBank: MB560702.

Exosporium livistonae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Livistona.


description 1

99 

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MycoBank: MB560703.

Coleophoma eucalyptorum Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


description 1

100 

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MycoBank: MB560014.

Camarographium carpini Melnik, Crous & Verkley, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Carpinus.


description 1

101 

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MycoBank: MB560705.

Phoma proteae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Protea.


description 1

102 

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MycoBank: MB560706.

Pyrenochaeta protearum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Protea.


description 1

103 

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MycoBank: MB560707.

Phaeomoniella niveniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Nivenia.


description 1

104 

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MycoBank: MB560708.

Toxicocladosporium leucadendriCrous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Leucadendron.


description 1

105 

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MycoBank: MB560709.

Scorias leucadendri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Leucadendron.


description 1

106 

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MycoBank: MB560710.

Leptosphaeria proteicola Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Protea.


description 1

107 

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MycoBank: MB563849.

Phytophthora amnicola T.I. Burgess & T. Jung, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named for the riverside habitat of this species.


description 1

108 

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MycoBank: MB800259..

Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi L.A. Shuttleworth, E.C.Y. Liew & D.I. Guest, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after New Zealand Plant Pathologist, Dr Harvey Smith, and the Australian chestnut grower, David Ogilvy, for their contribution to our understanding of the pathogen, and its epidemiology (Ogilvy 1998, Smith& Ogilvy 2008).


description 1

109 

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MycoBank: MB800003.

Gondwanamyces wingfieldii Roets & Dreyer, sp. nov

Etymology. Named after Professor M.J. Wingfield, who spearheaded research on Gondwanamyces from Proteaceae.


description 1

110 

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MycoBank: MB511931.

Phytophthora asparagi Saude & Hausbeck, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host from which it was isolated, Asparagus.


description 1

111 

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MycoBank: MB800372.

Diaporthe passiflorae Crous & L. Lombard, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Passiflora edulis.


description 1

112 

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MycoBank: MB800373.

Pseudoplagiostoma corymbiae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the genus Corymbia, on which it occurs.


description 1

113 

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MycoBank: MB800374.

Diaporthe eucalyptorum Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


description 1

114 

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MycoBank: MB800262.

Sporisorium andrewmitchellii R.G. Shivas, McTaggart & Vánky, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after Andrew Arthur Mitchell (1949–), a botanist and friend, who has collected many rare and unusual smut fungi on grasses and sedges in Australia.


description 1

115 

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MycoBank: MB800375.

Montagnula aloes Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Aloe.


description 1

116 

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MycoBank: MB800376.

Diaporthe canthii Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Canthium inerne.


description 1

117 

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MycoBank: MB800377.

Phyllosticta ericarum Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Erica.


description 1

118 

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MycoBank: MB800378.

Coleophoma proteae Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Protea.


description 1

119 

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MycoBank: MB800379.

Chrysocrypta Crous & Summerell, gen. nov.
Etymology. Chryso (Greek) = orange, and cryptos (Greek) = hidden


MycoBank: MB800380.

Chrysocrypta corymbiae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Corymbia.


description 1

120 

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MycoBank: MB800382.

Pseudopenidiella Crous & Koukol, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after its morphological resemblance to the genus Penidiella.


MycoBank: MB800383.

Pseudopenidiella piceae Crous & Koukol, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Picea.


description 1

121 

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MycoBank: MB800384.

Trinosporium Crous & Decock, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after its trigonous conidia.


MycoBank: MB800385.

Trinosporium guianense Crous & Decock, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the locality from where it was collected, French Guiana.


description 1

122 

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MycoBank: MB800386.

Phaeocercospora Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Phaeo (= pigmented) and its morphological similarity to Cercospora.


MycoBank: MB800387.

Phaeocercospora colophospermi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Colophospermum.


description 1

123 

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MycoBank: MB800388.

Myrmecridium banksiae Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Banksia.


description 1

124 

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MycoBank: MB800389.

Xenosonderhenia Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Similar to Sonderhenia, but distinct in lacking distoseptate conidia.


MycoBank: MB800390.

Xenosonderhenia syzygii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Syzygium.


description 1

125 

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MycoBank: MB800391.

Pilidiella wangiensis Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after Wangi Falls in Australia, where this fungus was collected.


description 1

126 

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MycoBank: MB800392.

Toxicocladosporium strelitziae Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the genus from which it was isolated, Strelitzia.


description 1

127 

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MycoBank: MB800393.

Devriesia agapanthi Crous, sp. nov.

Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Agapanthus.


description 1

128 

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MycoBank: MB801277.

Valsalnicola D.M. Walker & Rossman, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named for its valsa-like appearance and occurrence on species of Alnus..


MycoBank: MB801277.

Valsalnicola oxystoma (Rehm) D.M. Walker & Rossman, comb. nov.
Basionym. Valsa oxystoma
Rehm, Ber. Naturhist. Vereins Augsburg 26: 70. 1881.


description 1

129 

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MycoBank: MB801569.

Bipolaris microstegii Minnis, Rossman, Kleczewski & S.L. Flory, sp. nov.
Etymology. N
amed after the host, Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae),
from which the species was isolated originally.


description 1

130 

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MycoBank: MB801277.

Brunneiapiospora austropalmicolaA.E. Bell & Mahoney, sp. nov.
Etymology. austropalmicola,
meaning Southern palm referring to the Nikau palm (Rhopalostylis sapida) upon which the fungus was found.


description 1

131 

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MycoBank: MB801322.

Phyllosticta aristolochiicola R.G. Shivas, Y.P. Tan & Grice, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name derived from the host plant genus, Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae).


description 1

132 

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MycoBank: MB801468.

Calonectria pentaseptata L. Lombard, M.J. Wingf., P.Q. Thu & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the 5-septate macroconidia produced by this fungus.


description 1

133 

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MycoBank: MB801769.

Phaeococcomyces eucalypti Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Eucalyptus.


description 1

134 

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MycoBank: MB801770.

Penidiella drakensbergensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the Drakensberg Mountains, where this fungus was collected.


description 1

135 

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MycoBank: MB801771.

Ceramothyrium melastomaCrous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named reflects the host genus, Melastoma.


description 1

136 

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MycoBank: MB801772.

Ceramothyrium melastomaCrous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named reflects the host genus, Melastoma.


description 1

137 

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MycoBank: MB801773.

Ceramothyrium podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Podocarpus.


description 1

138 

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MycoBank: MB801774.

Phialophora livistonae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Livistona.


description 1

139 

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MycoBank: MB801775.

Devriesia shakazului Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Shaka kaSenzangakhona (also known as Shaka Zulu), a former king of the Zulu Nation, who used to send his handmaidens to collect dried salt off the rocks (Salt Rock) at low tide.


description 1

140 

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MycoBank: MB801776.

Zasmidium syzygii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Syzygium.


description 1

141 

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MycoBank: MB801777.

Devriesia stirlingiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Stirlingia.


description 1

142 

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MycoBank: MB801778.

Cercospora chrysanthemoides Crous & W.J. Swart, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Chrysanthemoides.


description 1

143 

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MycoBank: MB801779.

Zymoseptoria verkleyiCrous, Videira & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after Gerard J.M. Verkley, for the contribution that he has made to further our understanding of the genus Septoria.


description 1

144 

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MycoBank: MB801780.

Toxicocladosporium posoqueriae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Posoqueria.


description 1

145 

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MycoBank: MB801781.

Catenulostroma corymbiae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Corymbia.


description 1

146 

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MycoBank: MB801782.

Penidiella carpentariaeCrous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Carpentaria.


MycoBank: MB801783.

Parapenidiella Crous & Summerell, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Para (= close to) + its morphological similarity to Penidiella.


MycoBank: MB801784.

Parapenidiella pseudotasmaniensis(Crous) Crous, comb. nov.


MycoBank: MB801785.

Parapenidiella tasmaniensis (Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous, comb. nov.
Basionym. Mycovellosiella tasmaniensis
Crous & M.J. Wingf., Mycol. Res. 102: 527. 1998.
≡ Passalora tasmaniensis
(Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous & U. Braun, in Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs. 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora: 472. 2003.
= Mycosphaerella tasmaniensis
Crous & M.J. Wingf., Mycol. Res. 102: 527. 1998.


description 1

147 

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MycoBank: MB801788.

Seiridium phylicae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus, Phylica.


description 1

148 

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MycoBank: MB801439.

Microcyclospora rhoicolaTanney, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the host from which it was collected, Rhus typhina.


description 1

149 

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MycoBank: MB491201.

Collembolispora aristata Marvanová & J.Z. Groenew., sp. nov.
Etymology. aristatus
(L.) = with bristles.


description 1

150 

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MycoBank: MB801762.

Synchaetomella acerina Seifert, sp. nov.
= Stilbella acerina
Overh., Mycologia 35: 253. 1943. nom. inval. Art. 36.
Etymology.
Named after the genus of its host,


description 1

151 

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MycoBank: MB801761.

Devriesia imbrexigena A.J.L. Phillips & M.L. Coutinho, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name derived from the Latin word for tile (imbrex) relating to the habitat where it was found.


description 1

152 

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MycoBank: MB800217.

Passalora lobeliae-fistulosis J.L. Alves & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Named after the host species from which it was collected, Lobelia fistulosa.


description 1

153 

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MycoBank: MB802264.

Clitopilus austroprunulus Morgado, G.M. Gates & Noordel., sp. nov
Etymology.
austro (L) = southern, being a southern counterpart of Clitopilus prunulus.


description 1

154 

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MycoBank: MB805812.

Toxicocladosporium ficiniaeCrous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Ficinia.


description 1

155 & 156 

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MycoBank: MBT176315.

Kellermania macrospora (Durieu & Mont.) Minnis & A.H. Kenn.


MycoBank: MB805813.

Kellermania pseudoyuccigena Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Kellermania yuccigena.


description 1

157 

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MycoBank: MB805814.

Neomycosphaerella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Resembling the genus Mycosphaerella.


MycoBank: MB805815.

Neomycosphaerella pseudopentameridis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Pseudopentameris.


description 1

158 

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MycoBank: MB805816.

Alanphillipsia Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after Dr Alan J.L. Phillips, in acknowledgement for
the tremendous contribution that he has made to elucidate the taxonomy of
members of the Botryosphaeriaceae.


MycoBank: MB805817.

Alanphillipsia aloes Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Aloe


description 1

159 

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MycoBank: MB805818.

Alanphillipsia Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after Dr Alan J.L. Phillips, in acknowledgement for
the tremendous contribution that he has made to elucidate the taxonomy of
members of the Botryosphaeriaceae.

 


description 1

160 

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MycoBank: MB805818.

Alanphillipsia aloetica Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Aloe.


description 1

161 & 162 

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MycoBank: MB805820.

Colletotrichum euphorbiae Damm & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Euphorbia.


MycoBank: MB805821.

Alanphillipsia euphorbiae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Euphorbia.


description 1

163 & 164 

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MycoBank: MB805822.

Diaporthe psoraleae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Psoralea..


MycoBank: MB805823.

Diaporthe psoraleae-pinnatae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Psoralea pinnata.


description 1

165 & 166 

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MycoBank: MB805824.

Coniothyrium prosopidisCrous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the host from which it was isolated, Prosopis..


MycoBank: MB805825.

Peyronellaea prosopidisCrous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Prosopis.


description 1

167 

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MycoBank: MB805826.

Pallidocercospora ventilago Crous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Ventilago.


description 1

168 

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MycoBank: MB805827.

Neodeightoniella Crous & W.J. Swart, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Deightoniella.


MycoBank: MB805826.

Neodeightoniella phragmiticola Crous & W.J. Swart, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Phragmites..


description 1

169 

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MycoBank: MB805830.

Harzia cameroonensis Crous & Jol. Roux, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the country where it was collected, Cameroon


description 1

170 

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MycoBank: MB805831.

Mastigosporella anisophylleae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Anisophyllea.


description 1

171 

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MycoBank: MB805832.

Dimorphiopsis Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its dimorphic conidiomata.


MycoBank: MB805833.

Dimorphiopsis brachystegiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Brachystegia.


description 1

172 

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MycoBank: MB805834.

Neopseudocercospora Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its resemblance to the genus Pseudocercospora..


MycoBank: MB805835.

Neopseudocercospora terminaliaeCrous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host from which it was collected, Terminalia.


description 1

173 

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MycoBank: MB805836.

Pseudocatenomycopsis Crous & L.A. Shuttlew., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Catenomycopsis.


MycoBank: MB805837.

Pseudocatenomycopsis rothmanniae Crous & L.A. Shuttlew., sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus on which it occurs, Rothmannia.


description 1

174 

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MycoBank: MB805838.

Stagonospora pseudopaludosa Crous & W.J. Swart, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Stagonospora paludosa.


description 1

175 

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MycoBank: MB805839.

Calonectria blephiliae Crous & Hodges, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Blephilia.


description 1

176 

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MycoBank: MB805840.

Harknessia proteae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Blephilia.


description 1

177 

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MycoBank: MB805841.

Pyricularia bothriochloae Crous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Bothriochloa.


description 1

178 

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MycoBank: MB805842.

Teratosphaeria terminaliae Crous & Jol. Roux, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Terminalia.


description 1

179 & 180 

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MycoBank: MB805843.

Neophaeosphaeria agavesCrous & Yáñez-Moral., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Agave.


MycoBank: MB805844.

Kellermania agaves Crous & Yáñez-Moral., sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Agave.


description 1

181 

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MycoBank: MB805845.

Camarosporium psoraleaeCrous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host from which it was isolated, Psoralea.


description 1

182 

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MycoBank: MB805846.

Phaeococcomyces aloes Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Aloe.


description 1

183 

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MycoBank: MB805847.

Phoma aloes Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Aloe.


description 1

184 

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MycoBank: MB805848.

Pilidium pseudoconcavum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Pilidium concavum.


description 1

185 

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MycoBank: MB805849.

Sphaerulina rhododendricolaCrous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Pilidium concavum.


description 1

186 

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MycoBank: MB805850.

Paramycosphaerella Crous & Jol. Roux, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Mycosphaerella.


MycoBank: MB805851.

Paramycosphaerella brachystegia Crous & Jol. Roux, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Brachystegia.


description 1

187 

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MycoBank: MB805852.

Camarosporium aloes Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Aloe.


description 1

188 

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MycoBank: MB805853.

Discosia pseudoartocreas Crous & Damm, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Discosia artocreas.


description 1

189 

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MycoBank: MB805854.

Myrmecridium thailandicum Crous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the country where this fungus was collected, Thailand.


description 1

190 

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MycoBank: MB805855.

Ochrocladosporium adansoniae Crous & Cruywagen, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Adansonia.


description 1

191 

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MycoBank: MB805856.

Diaporthe diospyricola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Diospyros


description 1

192 

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MycoBank: MB805857.

Diaporthe cassines Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Cassine.


description 1

193 

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MycoBank: MB805858.

Diaporthe maytenicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Maytenus..


description 1

194 

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MycoBank: MB805859.

Passalora pseudotithoniaeCrous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Passalora tithoniae..


description 1

195 &196 

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MycoBank: MB805860.

Chaetopsina pini Crous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Pinus.


MycoBank: MB805861.

Chaetopsina pinicola Crous & Cheew., sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Pinus..


description 1

197 

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MycoBank: MB805536.

Phytophthora ipomoeae Flier & Grünwald, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its host plant, Ipomoea longipedunculata.

.


description 1

198 

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MycoBank: MB804874.

Auxarthron longisporum Stchigel, Y. Marín, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology. longus- and -sporarum
(L.), referring to the long arthroconida

.


description 1

199 & 200 

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MycoBank: MB804882.

Chrysosporium magnasporum Stchigel, Cano, Mac Cormack & Guarro, sp. nov..
Etymology.
From the Latin magna-, big, and -sporum, spore, referring to
the big size of the conidia.


MycoBank: MB804875.

Chrysosporium oceanitesii Stchigel, Cano, Archuby & Guarro, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Oceanites, referring to substratum from which the fungus
was isolated.


description 1

201 & 202 

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MycoBank: MB512478.

Neofusicoccum ursorum Pavlic, Maleme, Slippers & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Koala ‘bears’ that feed on the Eucalyptus trees that were sampled in this study.


MycoBank: MB512477.

Neofusicoccum cryptoaustrale Pavlic, Maleme, Slippers & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to a cryptic species closely related to N. australe


description 1

203 

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MycoBank: MB805277.

Cyphellophora catalaunica Madrid, Gené, Guarro & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the Spanish autonomic community where the fungus was collected, Catalonia.


description 1

204 

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MycoBank: MB802724.

Paraconiothyrium polonense J. Pawłowska, Wilk, Śliwińska-Wyrzychowska, Mętrak & Wrzosek, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Poland, the country where the fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB802730.

Paraconiothyrium lycopodinum (Sacc. & Paol.) J. Pawłowska, Wilk, Śliwińska-Wyrzychowska, Mętrak & Wrzosek, comb. nov.
Basionym. Coniothyrium lycopodinum
Sacc. & Paol., Bull. Soc. Roy. Bot. Belgique 28: 98. 1889.


description 1

205 

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MycoBank: MB805540.

Custingophora blanchettei Marinc., Z.W. de Beer, M.J. Wingf., C.A. Perez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Prof. Robert A. Blanchette, recognising his important contributions to the study of wood inhabiting fungi.


description 1

206 

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MycoBank: MB804927.

Licea xanthospora E.M. Davison, P.J.N. Davison, M.D. Barrett & R.L. Barrett, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Derived from the Greek xanthos and spora, in reference to the yellow spores.


description 1

207 

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MycoBank: MB805569.

Hypochnicium huinayensis Tellería, M. Dueñas & M.P. Martín, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in honour of the San Ignacio del Huinay Foundation, promoter of scientific research and sustainable development in Chilean fjord region


description 1

208 

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MycoBank: MB803657.

Stachybotrys oleronensis Lechat, Hairaud & Lesage-Meessen, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet is derived from Île d’Oléron, France, where this species was collected.


description 1

209 

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MycoBank: MB804798.

Knufia tsunedae Madrid, Guarro & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Dedicated to Dr Akihiko Tsuneda, in recognition of his contributions to the study of meristematic and endoconidial fungi.


description 1

210 

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MycoBank: MB512587.

Pleuroascus rectipilus Stchigel, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov
Etymology.
From the Latin rectus- and -pilus, referring to the erect setae, in contrast to the extremely coiled hairs of the type species of the genus, Pleuroascus nicholsonii.


description 1

211 

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MycoBank: MB804080.

Cladophialophora multiseptata Madrid, Cano, Najafz., de Hoog, C. Silvera & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the often multiseptate arthroconidia produced by the fungus in culture.


description 1

212 

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MycoBank: MB801447.

Calonectria mossambicensis S. Maússe-Sitoe, S.F. Chen & Jol. Roux, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Mozambique, the country where this fungus was first isolated..


description 1

213 

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MycoBank: MB805272.

Bipolaris drechsleri Manamgoda & Minnis, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in honour of Charles Drechsler (1892–1986), a USDA scientist who worked on this group of fungi..


description 1

214 

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MycoBank: MB808885.

Stagonospora trichophoricola Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Trichophorum.


description 1

215 

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MycoBank: MB808886.

Phaeosphaeria poae Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Poa...


description 1

216 

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MycoBank: MB808887

Keissleriella poagena Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Poa.


description 1

217 

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MycoBank: MB808888.

Bipolaris drechsleri Manamgoda & Minnis, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Trichophorum.


description 1

218  & 219 

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MycoBank: MB808889.

Phaeosphaeria poagena Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Poa..


MycoBank: MB808890

Dinemasporium trichophoricola Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Trichophorum.


description 1

220  & 221 

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MycoBank: MB808891.

Parastagonospora poagena Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Poa..


MycoBank: MB808892

Pyrenochaetopsis poae Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Poa.


description 1

222 

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MycoBank: MB808893.

Anungitea eucalyptorum Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus..


description 1

223 & 224 

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MycoBank: MB808894.

Triposporium cycadicola Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Cycas.


MycoBank: MB808895

Circinotrichum cycadis Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Cycas.


description 1

225 

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MycoBank: MB808896.

Cladosporium cycadicola Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Cycas.


description 1

226 

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MycoBank: MB808897.

Ochroconis macrozamiae Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Macrozamia..


description 1

227 & 228 

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MycoBank: MB808898.

Acrocalymma cycadis Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Cycas.


MycoBank: MB808899

Ramopenidiella Crous & R.G. Shivas, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Named after its conspicuous ramoconidia and morphological
similarity to Penidiella.


MycoBank: MB808900

Ramopenidiella cycadicola Crous & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Cycas..


description 1

229 & 230 

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MycoBank: MB808901.

Beltraniopsis neolitseae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Neolitsea..


MycoBank: MB808899

Acrodontium neolitseae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Neolitsea.


description 1

231 

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MycoBank: MB808903.

Beltraniella endiandrae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Endiandra..


description 1

232 

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MycoBank: MB808904.

Vermiculariopsiella dichapetali Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Dichapetalum..


description 1

233 

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MycoBank: MB808905.

Chaetomella zambiensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the country where it was collected, Zambia.


description 1

234 

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MycoBank: MB808906.

Phaeophleospora parsoniae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Parsonia.


description 1

235 

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MycoBank: MB808908.

Schizoparme pseudogranati Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Pilidiella granati.


description 1

236 

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MycoBank: MB808909.

Diaporthe isoberliniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Isoberlinia.


description 1

237 

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MycoBank: MB808910.

Peyronellaea combreti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Combretum.


MycoBank: MB808912

Peyronellaea heteroderae (Sen Y. Chen, D.W. Dicks. & Kimbr.) Crous, comb. nov.


MycoBank: MB808913

Peyronellaea maydis (Arny & R.R. Nelson) Crous, comb. nov.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB808914.

Zasmidium rothmanniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Rothmannia.


MycoBank: MB808915

Phaeococcomyces rothmanniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Rothmannia.


description 1

240 

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MycoBank: MB808916.

Diaporthe vangueriae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Vangueria.


description 1

241 

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MycoBank: MB808917.

Diaporthe parapterocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological similarity to Diaporthe terocarpi.


description 1

242 

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MycoBank: MB808918.

Dendryphiella eucalyptorum Crous & E. Rubio, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


description 1

243 

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MycoBank: MB808919.

Cercosporella dolichandrae Crous & den Breeÿen, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Dolichandra.


description 1

244 

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MycoBank: MB808920.

Setophoma vernoniae Crous & Alfenas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Vernonia.


description 1

245 

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MycoBank: MB808921.

Hyalocladosporiella Crous & Alfenas, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its hyaline conidia and cladosporium-like morphology.


MycoBank: MB808922.

Hyalocladosporiella tectonae Crous & Alfenas, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Tectona.


description 1

246 

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MycoBank: MB808923.

Alfaria Crous, N.J. Montaño-Mata & García-Jim., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named in honour of Prof. dr Agustín Alfaro, Spanish plant
pathologist and founder of the Plant Pathology Laboratory of the Universitat
Politècnica de València (Spain).


MycoBank: MB808924.

Alfaria cyperi-esculenti Crous, N.J. Montaño-Mata & García-Jim., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host from which it was isolated, Cyperus
esculentus.


description 1

247 

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MycoBank: MB808925.

Pseudoacremonium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name derived from pseudo- (false-, in Greek) and the genus
name Acremonium.


MycoBank: MB808926.

Pseudoacremonium sacchari Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Saccharum.


description 1

248 

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MycoBank: MB808927.

Dendryphion europaeum Crous & R.K. Schumacher, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the fact that it occurs on diverse host substrates
in Europe.


description 1

249 

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MycoBank: MB808928.

Annellosympodiella Crous & Assefa, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Annellosympodia.


MycoBank: MB808929.

Annellosympodiella juniperi Crous & Assefa, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated,
Juniperus..


description 1

250 

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MycoBank: MB808930.

Kellermania triseptata Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its conidia that are 3-septate.


description 1

251 

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MycoBank: MB808931.

Zetiasplozna acaciae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Acacia


description 1

252 

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MycoBank: MB808932.

Seiridium podocarpi Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Podocarpus.


description 1

253 

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MycoBank: MB808933.

Pseudocercospora parapseudarthriae Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for its morphological similarity to Pseudocercospora
pseudarthria.


description 1

254 

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MycoBank: MB808934.

Pyrenochaeta pinicola Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Pinus.


description 1

255 

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MycoBank: MB808935.

Neoceratosperma Crous & Cheew., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Ceratosperma.


MycoBank: MB808936.

Neoceratosperma eucalypti Crous & Cheew., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the genus from which it was collected, Eucalyptus.


description 1

256 

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MycoBank: MB808937.

Neodevriesia coryneliae Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Corynelia..


description 1

257 

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MycoBank: MB808938.

Ramichloridium eucleae Crous & van der Linde, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Euclea


description 1

258 

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MycoBank: MB808939.

Melnikomyces Crous & U. Braun, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named in honour of Dr Vadim Mel’nik, in recognition of his
contribution to the systematics of ascomycetous fungi.


MycoBank: MB808940.

Melnikomyces vietnamensis Crous & U. Braun, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the country from where it was collected, Vietnam.


description 1

259 

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MycoBank: MB808941.

Dematiocladium celtidicola Crous, M.J. Wingf. & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Named in honour of Dr Vadim Mel’nik, in recognition of his
contribution to the systematics of ascomycetous fungi.


description 1

260 & 261 

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MycoBank: MB808942.

Beltrania pseudorhombica Crous & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after this morphological similarity to Beltrania rhombica.


MycoBank: MB808943.

Chaetopsina beijingensis Crous & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the location where it was collected in China,
Beijing..


description 1

262 

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MycoBank: MB808944.

Toxicocladosporium pini Crous & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host from which it was collected, Pinus.


description 1

263 & 264 

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MycoBank: MB808945.

Setophaeosphaeria Crous & Y. Zhang ter, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the presence of setae and its morphological
similarity to the genus Phaeosphaeria.


MycoBank: MB808946.

Setophaeosphaeria hemerocallidis Crous & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Hemerocallis.


MycoBank: MB808947.

 

Setophaeosphaeria setosa (Leuchtm.) Crous, comb. nov.


MycoBank: MB808948.

Setophaeosphaeria badalingensis Crous & Y. Zhang ter, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the location from where this species was collected, Beijing, Badaling


description 1

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MycoBank: MB808949.

Neocamarosporium Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Camarosporium.


MycoBank: MB808950.

Neocamarosporium goegapense Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the Goegap Nature Reserve, where this fungus
was collected.


description 1

266 

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MycoBank: MB808951.

Acervuloseptoria Crous & Jol. Roux, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its acervular-like conidiomata and its morphological similarity to the genus Septoria


MycoBank: MB808952.

Acervuloseptoria ziziphicola Crous & Jol. Roux, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected,
Ziziphus.


description 1

267 

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MycoBank: MB808953.

Pseudocercospora neriicola Crous, Frisullo & Camele, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus on which it was collected from,
Nerium.


description 1

268 

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MycoBank: MB808954.

Cephalotrichiella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
.Named after its morphological similarity to the genus Cephalotrichum.


MycoBank: MB808955.

Cephalotrichiella penicillata Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after its penicillate conidiophores


description 1

269 

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MycoBank: MB808956.

Septoriella oudemansii Crous & Quaedvlieg, sp. nov.
Etymology
Named after Cornelius Anton Jan Abraham Oudemans, who
established the genus Septoriella in 1889, based on a specimen collected
from Phragmites.


description 1

270 

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MycoBank: MB808764.

Stachybotriaceae L. Lombard & Crous, fam. nov.


MycoBank: MB808881.

Stachybotrys aloeticola L. Lombard & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was isolated, Aloe


description 1

271 

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MycoBank: MB808764.

Conioscypha minutispora Hern.-Restr., Gené & Guarro, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the conidia that are smaller than those of the
other species presently known.


description 1

272 

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MycoBank: MB804992.

Diplogelasinospora moalensis Dania García, Y. Marín & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after woodland Moal, surrounding the village where
the soil samples were collected.


description 1

273 

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MycoBank: MB807747.

Inocybe lanatopurpurea Esteve-Rav. & G. Moreno, sp. nov.
Etymology
. From Latin lanatus and purpureus, referring to the lanose veil
and purple colour of the basidiomata.


description 1

274 

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MycoBank: MB807724.

Ophiognomonia acadiensis A.K. Walker, Hirooka, D.M. Walker, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the region where it was collected, the Acadian
forest of coastal New Brunswick, Canada..


description 1

275 

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MycoBank: MB807051.

Penicillium restingae J.P. Andrade, P.A.S. Marbach, C.M.S. Motta & J.T. De Souza, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Referring to the sandbanks ecosystem, known as restinga
in Brazil, where this species was isolated from.


description 1

276 

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MycoBank: MB808837.

Pseudolachnella guaviyunis Marinc., T.A. Duong, M.J. Wingf. & C.A. Perez, sp. nov.
Etymology
. A common name of the host plant in Uruguay, Guaviyú.


description 1

277 

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MycoBank: MB808720.

Pseudonectria rusci Lechat, Gardiennet & J. Fourn., sp. nov.
Etymology
. A common name of the host plant in Uruguay, Guaviyú.


description 1

278 

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MycoBank: MB804881.

Pseudoneurospora canariensis Y. Marín, Stchigel, Dania García, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Canariensis = from Canary Islands, Spain; referring to the
geographical origin of the fungus.


description 1

279 

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MycoBank: MB807137.

Rinaldiella D.A. Sutton, Y. Marín, Guarro & E.H. Thomps., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named in honour of the eminent medical mycologist Michael
G. Rinaldi.


MycoBank: MB564228.

Rinaldiella pentagonospora D.A. Sutton, Y. Marín, Guarro & E.H. Thomps., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the shape of the upper cell of the ascospore.


description 1

280 

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MycoBank: MB808332.

Penicillifer martinii P. Wong, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology
.Named in honour of Dr P.M. Martin, University of Sydney, for
his significant contribution to turf research and education.

 

 

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