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MycoBank: MB810587.

Crucellisporiopsis marquesiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Marquesia, from which the species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810590.

Alanphillipsia aloeicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Aloe, from which the species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810588.

Diaporthe phragmitis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Phragmites, from which the
species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810589

Dinemasporium ipomoeae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Ipomoea, from which the species was isolated..


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MycoBank: MB810591.

Phyllosticta mimusopisicola Crous & W.J. Swart, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Mimusops, from which the species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB810592.

Phyllosticta rubella Wikee & Crous, nom. nov


MycoBank: MB810593.

Phyllosticta mangiferae-indicae Wikee, Crous, K.D. Hyde & McKenzie, sp. nov.




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MycoBank: MB810594.

Rachicladosporium eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the species was isolated.




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MycoBank: MB810595.

Arxiella dolichandrae Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Dolichandra, from which the species was isolated.




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MycoBank: MB810596.

Corynespora endiandrae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Endiandra, from which the species was isolated.




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MycoBank: MB810597.

Gonatophragmium triuniae Crous & Summerell, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Triunia, from which the species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810598.

Phaeosphaeria podocarpi Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Podocarpus, from which the species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB810599.

Phacidiella podocarpi Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Podocarpus, from which the species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810600.

Phellinocrescentia Crous & Decock, gen. nov.
Etymology
.L. = crescit, growing on, referring to its ecological habit, growing on Phellinus.


MycoBank: MB810601.

Phellinocrescentia guianensis Crous & Decock, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the locality, French Guiana, where this species was collected..


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MycoBank: MB810602.

Neocamarosporium chichastianum Papizadeh, Crous, Shahzadeh Fazeli & Amoozegar, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the location, Lake Urmia (formerly known as Chichast), from which the species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810603.

Sphaerulina pelargonii Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Pelargonium, from which this species was isolated..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB810604.

Xenosonderhenia eucalypti Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which this species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB810605.

Zasmidium eucalyptigenum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810606.

Diaporthe acaciarum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810607.

Melanconium hedericola Crous & R.K. Schumach., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Hedera, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810608.

Neophysalospora Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the fact that the genus is morphologically similar to the genus Physalospora.


MycoBank: MB810609.

Neophysalospora eucalypti Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which this species was isolated. Associated with brown


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MycoBank: MB810610.

Seimatosporium pistaciae Crous & Mirab., sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Pistacia, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810611.

Codinaea pini Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Pinus, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810612.

Xenophaeosphaeria Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects a morphological similarity to Phaeosphaeria.


MycoBank: MB810613.

Xenophaeosphaeria grewiae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Grewia, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810614.

Neobambusicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the morphological similarity with the genus Bambusicola..


MycoBank: MB810615.

Neobambusicola strelitziae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
.Name reflects the host genus Strelitzia, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810616.

Trichomerium dioscoreae Crous & C. Nakash., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Dioscorea, from which this species was isolated


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MycoBank: MB810617.

Roussoella acaciae Crous & M.J. Wingf. sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB810618.

Neocladophialophora Crous & R.K. Schumach., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Cladophialophora..


MycoBank: MB810619.

Neocladophialophora quercina Crous & R.K. Schumach., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Quercus, from which this species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB809666.

Barssia maroccana G. Moreno, Manjón, Carlavilla & P. Alvarado, sp. nov.
Etymology
. From the Berber Mur N’Akush (‘land of God’), which is presently known as Morocco, the country where this species was collected.

 


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MycoBank: MB809883.

Acremoniopsis Giraldo, Gené & Guarro, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Referring to the similarity with the genus Acremonium


MycoBank: MB809884.

Acremoniopsis suttonii Giraldo, Gené & Guarro, sp. nov
Etymology
. Named in honour of the American mycologist Deanna A. Sutton.


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MycoBank: MB807384.

Marasmius vladimirii A.K. Dutta & K. Acharya, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after Vladimír Antonín, for the contribution that he has made to further our understanding of the genus Marasmius


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MycoBank: MB810411.

Ganoderma austroafricanum M.P.A. Coetzee, M.J. Wingf, Marinc., Blanchette, sp. nov.
Etymology:
Name reflects the geographical origin from which the fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB809407

Collarina Giraldo, Gené & Guarro, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the presence of conspicuous collarettes


MycoBank: MB809408.

Collarina aurantiaca Giraldo, Gené & Guarro, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Referring to the diffusible orange pigment produced on PDA medium.


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MycoBank: MB810274.

Comoclathris spartii K.M. Thambugala, E. Camporesi & K.D. Hyde, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Spartium.


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MycoBank: MB810391.

Pluteus albotomentosus E.F. Malysheva & Malysheva, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Albotomentosus refers to the colour and character of the pileus surface.


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MycoBank: MB810390.

Pluteus extremiorientalis E.F. Malysheva & Malysheva, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the geographical area where it was collected (Russian Far East).


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MycoBank: MB809152.

Phytophthora moyootj T.I. Burgess, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for the swamp or wetlands from which isolates were recovered (moyootj = swamp country in the local Aboriginal Nyoongar language).


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MycoBank: MB810072.

Phoma tamaricicola Wanasinghe, Camporesi, E.B.G. Jones & K.D. Hyde, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Tamarix.


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MycoBank: MB809083.

Stagonospora chrysopyla Romberg & Rooney-Latham, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the location where this fungus was collected, Golden Gate Park Conservancy, San Francisco, California, USA, chryso = gold, pyla = gate.


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MycoBank: MB810327.

Penicillium coccotrypicola Holdom, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Derived from the generic name of the palm seed borer weevil (Coccotrypes) that formed the galleries from which the fungus was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB809154.

Sistotrema epiphyllum Stalpers, Stielow & B. de Vries, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Growing on leaves: epi = on, phyllon = leaf.


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MycoBank: MB812416.

Stachybotrys sansevieriicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Sansevieria, from which the
species was isolated..


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MycoBank: MB812417.

Phacidium grevilleae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Grevillea, from which the species
was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812418.

Pilidiella eucalyptigena Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the
species was isolated


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MycoBank: MB812419.

Codinaea acaciae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which the species
was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812420.

Soloacrosporiella Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Soloacrospora..


MycoBank: MB812421.

Soloacrosporiella acaciae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which the species
was isolated..


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MycoBank: MB812422.

Xenocamarosporium Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the fact that although morphologically similar,
it is distinct from the genus Camarosporium


MycoBank: MB812423.

Xenocamarosporium acaciae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which the species
was isolated


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MycoBank: MB812428.

Neostrelitziana Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects its similarity to the genus Strelitziana.


MycoBank: MB812429

Neostrelitziana acaciigena Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which the species
was isolated.


MycoBank: MB811878.

Castanediella Hern.-Restr., Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov..
Etymology
. Named for Rafael Castañeda, a distinguished Cuban mycologist who described several Idriella species.


MycoBank: MB812430.

Castanediella acaciae Crous, Hern.-Restr. & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Acacia, from which the species
was isolated.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812432.

Myrtapenidiella eucalyptorum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the
species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB812433.

Castanediella eucalypti Crous, Hern.-Restr. & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
.Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the
species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812434.

Graphium jumulu Barber & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The name for the famous boab in King’s Park Botanic Gardens,
Perth: ‘Gija Jumulu’. Gija is the name of the indigenous people where
the boab came from, and ‘Jumulu’ is the Gija name for boab.


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MycoBank: MB812435.

Ophiostoma eucalyptigena Barber & Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the
species was isolated..

 


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MycoBank: MB812436.

Readerielliopsis Crous & Decock, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the genus Readeriella, which is morphologically
similar.


MycoBank: MB812437.

Readerielliopsis fuscoporiae Crous & Decock, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the genus Fuscoporia, from which the ex-type
strain was isolated.


MycoBank: MB812438.

Readerielliopsis guyanensis (Decock) Crous & Decock, comb. nov.
Basionym. Readeriella guyanensis
Decock, Cryptog. Mycol. 26: 145.
2005.


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MycoBank: MB812439.

Neoplatysporoides Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Platysporoides.


MycoBank: MB812438.

Neoplatysporoides aloicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the genus Aloe, from which the species was
isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812442.

Strelitziana malaysiana Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp.. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the name of the country, Malaysia, from which the species was collected.


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MycoBank: MB812443.

Wojnowiciella Crous, Hern.-Restr. & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Wojnowicia.


MycoBank: MB812444.

Wojnowiciella eucalypti Crous, Hern.-Restr. & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which this
species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB812445.

Wojnowiciella viburni (Wijayaw., Yong Wang bis & K.D. Hyde) Crous, Hern.-Restr.& M.J. Wingf., comb. nov.
Basionym. Wojnowicia viburni Wijayaw.,
Yong Wang bis & K.D. Hyde,
Sydowia 65: 132. 2013.


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Pleurophoma ossicola Crous, Krawczynski & H.-G. Wagner, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the fact that it was isolated from bone..

 


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MycoBank: MB812447.

Sabahriopsis Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects Sabah, Malaysia, where the fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB812448.

Sabahriopsis eucalypti Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Eucalyptus, from which the
species was isolated.


MycoBank: MB812449.

Emarcea eucalyptigena Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
.Name reflects Sabah, Malaysia, where the fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812450.

Chrysofolia Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Chryso (Greek) = orange, and folia (Latin) = foliarf.


MycoBank: MB812451.

Chrysofolia colombiana Crous, Rodas & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the country, Colombia, from which the species
was collected.


MycoBank: MB812452.

Neoeriomycopsis Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named reflects its morphological similarity to the genus
Eriomycopsis.


MycoBank: MB812453.

Neoeriomycopsis aristata (B. Sutton & Hodges) Crous & M.J. Wingf., comb. nov.
Etymology
. Chryso (Greek) = orange, and folia (Latin) = foliarf.


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MycoBank: MB812454.

Elsinoë othonnae Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.
Etymology
.Name reflects the host genus Othonna, from which the species
was isolated.

 


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MycoBank: MB812457.

Phaeophleospora hymenocallidicola Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology
.Name reflects the host genus Hymenocallis, from which the
species was isolated.

 


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MycoBank: MB812456.

Neodevriesia pakbiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the island Pakbia, where this species was
collected.


MycoBank: MB812455.

Phaeophleospora hymenocallidis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Hymenocallis, from which the
species was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812487.

Zeloasperisporiaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Zeloasperisporiaceae, Incertae sedis, Dothideomycetes.


MycoBank: MB812458

Zeloasperisporium cliviae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host Clivia, from which this species was
isolated..


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MycoBank: MB812459.

Melanconium elaeidicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host Elaeius, from which this species was
isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812460.

Myrmecridiales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB812461.

Myrmecridiaceae Crous, fam. nov.


MycoBank: MB812462.

Myrmecridium iridis Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology. Name reflects the host Iris, from which this species was
isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812463.

Colletotrichum neosansevieriae Crous & N.A. van der Merwe, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to Colletotrichum
sansevieriae.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812464.

Neophaeomoniella Rooney-Latham & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the coelomycetous
synanamorph of Phaeomoniella.


MycoBank: MB812465.

Neophaeomoniella eucalypti Rooney-Latham & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the host Eucalyptus, from which this species
was isolated.


MycoBank: MB812466.

Neophaeomoniella niveniae (Crous) Crous, comb. nov.
Basionym. Phaeomoniella niveniae Crous, Persoonia 27: 155. 2011.


MycoBank: MB812467.

Neophaeomoniella zymoides (Huang B. Lee, J.Y. Park,
Summerb. & H.S. Jung) Crous, comb. nov.
Basionym. Phaeomoniella zymoides Huang B. Lee, J.Y. Park, Summerb.
& H.S. Jung, Mycologia 98: 601. 2006


MycoBank: MB812468.

Paraphaeomoniella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects a morphological similarity to the coelomycetous
synanamorph of Phaeomoniella.


MycoBank: MB812469.

Paraphaeomoniella capensis Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov.


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MycoBank: MB812470.

Pseudophaeomoniella Nigro, Antelmi & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the coelomycetous
synanamorph of Phaeomoniella.


MycoBank: MB812471

Pseudophaeomoniella oleae Nigro, Antelmi & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the host Olea, from which this species was
isolated.


MycoBank: MB812473.

Minutiella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the minute conidiomata in this genus.


MycoBank: MB812474.

Minutiella tardicola (Damm & Crous) Crous, comb. nov.
Basionym. Phaeomoniella tardicola Damm & Crous, Persoonia 24: 77.
2010.


MycoBank: MB812475.

Aequabiliella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the uniformly distributed pigment produced
in culture.


MycoBank: MB812476

Aequabiliella effusa (Damm & Crous) Crous, comb. nov.
Basionym. Phaeomoniella effusa Damm & Crous, Persoonia 24: 75.
2010.


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MycoBank: MB812472.

Pseudophaeomoniella oleicola Nigro, Antelmi & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host Olea, from which this species was
isolated.

MycoBank: MB812477.

Celerioriella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
.Name reflects a rapid growth rate in culture.


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MycoBank: MB811828.

Hormonema viticola F. Laich & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host (Vitis vinifera; vine), from which the
fungus was isolated.


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MycoBank: MB812272.

Tephrocybella Picillo, Vizzini & Contu, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Tephrocybella = a small Tephrocybe, with reference to the
habit and colours shared with some species of that genus.


MycoBank: MB812273.

Tephrocybella griseonigrescens Picillo, Vizzini & Contu, sp. nov.
Etymology
. From Latin: griseus and nigrescens, referring to the grey
colour of the pileus and to the blackening of the lamellae on bruising, respectively..


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MycoBank: MB811336.

Chlorophyllum pseudoglobossum J. Sarkar, A.K. Dutta & K. Acharya, sp. nov.
Etymology
.‘pseudo’ meaning ‘false’ and the epithet ‘globossum’, as this
species closely resembles C. globossum (Mossebo) Vellinga.


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MycoBank: MB809154.

Triadelphia disseminata Madrid & J. Edathodu, sp. nov.
Etymology
.The name refers to the origin of the fungus, isolated from a
disseminated infection in an immunocompromised human patient


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MycoBank: MB811732.

Colletotrichum abscissum Pinho & O.L. Pereira, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the main symptom of the disease, abscission
of the fruits.


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MycoBank: MB811408.

Polyschema sclerotigenum Wiederhold, Deanna A. Sutton, Sandoval-Denis & Guarro, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Referring to the production of sclerotium-like structures


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MycoBank: MB811696.

Budhanggurabania P. Wong, Khemmuk & R.G. Shivas, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name derived from the combination of budhang and guraban,
meaning black and fungus, respectively, in the traditional language of Wiradjuri people of Australia, on whose country the fungus was first discovered..


MycoBank: MB811697.

Budhanggurabania cynodonticola P. Wong, Khemmuk & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus, Cynodon, from which it was
isolated.


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MycoBank: MB811634

Cadophora viticola D. Gramaje, L. Mostert & Armengol, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus (Vitis vinifera), from which it was
isolated.


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MycoBank: MB811395.

Entoloma flavovelutinum O.V. Morozova, E.S. Popov, A.V. Alexandrova &
Xiao Lan He, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The epithet refers to yellowish and velvety pileus surface ‒
from Latin ‘flavus’ (yellow) and ‘velutinus’ (velvety).


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MycoBank: MB810685.

Bolbitius aurantiorugosus E.F. Malysheva, O.V. Morozova & Kovalenko, sp. nov..
Etymology
The epithet refers to the colour and character of pileus surface
‒ from Latin ‘aurantius’ (orange) and ‘rugosus’ (wrinkled).


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MycoBank: MB811056.

Rhizopogon granuloflavus M.P. Martín, M. Dueñas & Telleria, sp. nov.
Etymology
. From Latin granulum and flavus, referring to the numerous
yellowish deposits on the surface of the peridium hyphae.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB810992.

Tulasnella eremophila M. Dueñas, Telleria & M.P. Martín, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after Greek eremia = desert and –philus = loving,
referring to their habitat.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB810995

Phialemonium limoniforme Giraldo & Deanna A. Sutton, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Referring to conidial shape, resembling a lemon.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB810933.

Verrucostoma martinicensis Lechat, J. Fourn. & Courtec, sp. nov Etymology. The epithet is derived from Martinique (FWI), where this
species was collected.


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MycoBank: MB810788.

Metschnikowia colchici D.E. Gouliamova, R.A. Dimitrov, M.T. Sm., M. Groenew., M.M. Stoilova-Disheva & Boekhout, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The specific epithet ‘colchici ’ was derived from the name of
host Colchicum autumnale (Colchicaceae, Liliales) from which two novel
yeast strains were isolated.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB810286.

Thelebolus microcarpus Stchigel, Y. Marín, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Due to the small (μικρo-; Greek) size of the sexual body
(-καρπoς; Greek).


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812297.

Plectosphaerella populi C. Ullah, A. Hammerbacher, S.B. Unsicker & L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host genus Populus, from which the species
was isolated.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB811981

Ceratocystis adelpha Fourie, M.J. Wingf. & I. Barnes, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The name refers to a closely related Ceratocystis species
also occurring on Theobroma cacao, from the Greek word adelphe, which
means sister.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814924

Semifissispora natalis Crous, Jacq. Edwards & P.W.J. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology
. natalis (Latin genitive noun), refers to the birth date of the
first author, on which this fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB813837

Neopestalotiopsis egyptiaca A.M. Ismail, G. Perrone & Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects the country Egypt where the fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814925

Roussoella mexicana Crous & Yáñez-Moral., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the country from where this species was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814926

Phyllosticta carissicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov
Etymology
. Name refers to Carissa, the host genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814927

Ochroconis pandanicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the host genus Pandanus from which this
species was collected..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814928

Pseudopyricularia hagahagae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the village of Haga Haga in the Eastern Cape
Province of South Africa, where this fungus was collected..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814929

Zeloasperisporium searsiae Crous & A.R. Wood, sp. nov..
Etymology
. Name refers to the host genus Searsia from which this species
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814930

Neosulcatispora Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov..
Etymology
. Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Sulcatispora.


MycoBank: MB814931

Neosulcatispora agaves Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov..
Etymology
. Name refers to the host genus Agave from which this species
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814932

Pilidium eucalyptorum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which it was
collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814933

Strelitzianaceae Crous & M.J. Wingf., fam. nov.
Classification.
Strelitzianaceae, Chaetothyriales, Eurotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB814934

Strelitziana syzygii Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the host genus Syzygium from which this
species was collected.


MycoBank: MB814935

Neophaeococcomyces Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects a morphological similarity to the genus Phaeococcomyces.


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Beltraniaceae Nann., Repert. mic. uomo: 498. 1934. emend.
Classification. Beltraniaceae, Xylariales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB814938

Pseudobeltrania ocoteae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the host genus Ocotea on which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814939

Neoseptorioides Crous, Jacq. Edwards & Pascoe, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to the genus Septorioides.


MycoBank: MB814940

Neoseptorioides eucalypti Crous, Jacq. Edwards & Pascoe, sp. nov.
Etymology
.Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which the
fungus was collected.


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Calonectria monticola L. Lombard & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the environment, a mountain, from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812345

Psathyrella complutensis Heykoop & G. Moreno, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Derived from Complutum, Roman name for Alcalá de Henares,
the locality where this species was found for the first time.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812380

Chlorophyllum lusitanicum G. Moreno, Mohedano, Manjón, Carlavilla & Altés, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Lusitania (ancient Iberian Roman province including
the southern part of Portugal and mainly the autonomous community of
Extremadura in the west of Spain), the geographic area where this species
has been collected..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812576

Phytophthora gondwanensis L.A. Shuttlew., K. Scarlett, R. Daniel & D.I. Guest, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World
Heritage Area where this species was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812896

Diaporthe tulliensis R.G. Shivas, Vawdrey & Y.P. Tan, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the town Tully, near where the fungus was
collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812895

Diaporthe vawdreyi Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name recognises Lynton Leslie Vawdrey, an eminent and
respected Australian plant pathologist, who first isolated this fungus.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812924

Hygrocybe jackmanii Lebeuf, Thorn, Boertm. & Voitk, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name is a tribute to Captain William Jackman, who swam back
and forth from shore 27 times to save 27 persons from a storm-grounded
ship. Hygrocybe jackmanii fruits during the same stormy early October on
the same Labrador shores where Jackman’s heroic feat took place..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812940

Lindgomyces madisonensis Raja & Oberlies, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to ‘Madison’ town in North Carolina where the
type species was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812129

Neofabraea brasiliensis Sanhueza & Bogo, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name reflects the location where original isolates were collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814680

Aspergillus citocrescens Hubka, A. Nováková & M. Kolařík, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to rapid growth of this fungus (from the Latin
adverb cito and verb cresco, crescere, crevi, cretus).


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812569

Geastrum diosiae J.C. Zamora, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Maria Martha Dios recognising her contribution
to the knowledge of Argentinian gasteroid fungi.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812319

Arthrinium gutiae Kajale, Sonawane & Rohit Sharma, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the gut of an insect from which this species
was isolated..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814840

Ganoderma wiiroense E.C. Otto, Blanchette, C.W. Barnes & Held, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the village of Wiiro where the fungus was found
in the Sissala West District of the Upper West Region of Ghana.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812683

Xenoleptographium Marinc., T.A. Duong, Z.W. de Beer & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to species in Leptographium.


MycoBank: MB814898

Xenoleptographium phialoconidium Marinc., T.A. Duong, Z.W. de Beer & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the phialides from which the conidia are
produced.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB812301

Pyrenochaeta telephoni Rohit Sharma, Kurli, Sonawane, Shouche & Rahi, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the substrate, the surface of a mobile phone,
from which this species was isolated.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814222

Magnaporthiopsis agrostidis P. Wong, Khemmuk & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus, Agrostis, from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB814887

Lotinia Pérez-Butrón, Fern.-Vic. & P. Alvarado, gen. nov.
Etymology.
The name honours the basque mycologist Dr Roberto Lotina
Benguria (1912–1997).


MycoBank: MB814903

Lotinia vernaPérez-Butrón, Fern.-Vic. & P. Alvarado, sp. nov.
Etymology
The epithet verna, from Latin vernus (spring), refers to the
fact that this species fruits exclusively in Spring.


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MycoBank: MB816999

Thyrostroma cornicola Crous & H.D. Shin, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Cornus, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817000

Vermiculariopsiella eucalypti Crous, Jacq. Edwards & P.W.J. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817001

Anungitea grevilleae Crous & Jacq. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Grevillea, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817002

Neosulcatispora strelitziae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Strelitzia, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817003

Colletotrichum ledebouriae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Ledebouria, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817005

Cyphellophora gamsii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Walter Gams, who collected and isolated this
fungus.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817076

Cylindrosympodioides Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the morphological similarity with the genus
Cylindrosympodium.


MycoBank: MB817008

Cylindrosympodioides brabejum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Brabejum, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817009

Dendryphiella paravinosa Crous & Guarnaccia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the morphological similarity to Dendryphiella
vinosa.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817012

Phaeosphaeriopsis agapanthi Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Agapanthus, the host plant from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817016

Roussoella solani Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Solanum, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817020

Ramularia citricola Crous & Guarnaccia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Citrus, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817023

Vermiculariopsiella acaciae Crous, M.J. Wingf., sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Acacia, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817026

Meristemomyces arctostaphylos Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Arctostaphylos, the plant genus from which
this fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817028

Pyrenochaeta acaciae Crous, Jacq. Edwards & Pascoe, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Acacia, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817029

Castanediella eucalypticola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB817030

Phaeophleospora eucalypticola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817031

Sclerostagonospora ericae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Erica, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817032

Dothiorella acacicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Acacia, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected...


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817033

Chalara clidemiae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Clidemia, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817034

Mulderomyces Crous, Jacq. Edwards & P.W.J. Taylor, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Prof. dr. Theo W. Mulder, the scientific director
of the institutes of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW),
on the occasion of his farewell symposium, 20 June 2016.


MycoBank: MB817035

Mulderomyces natalis Crous, Jacq. Edwards & P.W.J. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Natalis (Latin genitive noun), refers to the birth date of the
first author, on which day this fungus was collected..


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817036

Wojnowiciella cissampeli Crous & Roets, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Cissampelos, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected..


MycoBank: MB817059

Diaporthe cissampeli Crous & Roets, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Cissampelos, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

422 

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MycoBank: MB817037

Prosopidicola albizziae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Albizzia, the host genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

423 

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MycoBank: MB817038

Phaeotheca salicorniae Crous & Roets, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Salicornia, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817039

Paracylindrocarpon Crous, Roets & L. Lombard, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to the genus Cylindrocarpon.


MycoBank: MB817040

Paracylindrocarpon aloicola Crous, Roets & L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Aloe, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

425 

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MycoBank: MB817041

Fusicladium eucalypticola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to the genus Cylindrocarpon.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817042

Paramycoleptodiscus Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity with the genus Mycoleptodiscus.


MycoBank: MB817043

Paramycoleptodiscus albizziae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Albizzia, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817044

Malaysiasca Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Malaysia, the country where it was collected.


MycoBank: MB817045

Malaysiasca phaii Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Phaius, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817046

Libertasomyces Crous & Roets, gen. nov.
Etymology.
This fungus was collected on Robben Island off the west
coast of Cape Town, South Africa. The word robben is Dutch for ‘seal’, and
thus ‘seal island’ is where Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected
President of South Africa, was imprisoned for 18 of the 27 years he served
behind bars before the fall of apartheid. Libertas (Latin) for freedom.


MycoBank: MB817047

Libertasomyces myopori Crous & Roets, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Myoporum, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected..


description 1

429 

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MycoBank: MB817048

Fusicladium paraamoenum Crous, Jacq. Edwards & P.W.J. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects morphological similarity to Fusicladium amoenum.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817049

Ochroconis dracaenae Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Dracaena, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

431 

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MycoBank: MB817050

Cytospora tibouchinae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Tibouchina, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817051

Neotrimmatostroma paraexcentricum Crous, Jacq. Edwards & Pascoe, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to Neotrimmatostroma
excentricum.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817052

Setophoma cyperi Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Cyperus, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB817053

Lareunionomyces Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the island where this fungus was collected, La
Réunion.


MycoBank: MB817054

Lareunionomyces syzygii Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Syzygium, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected


description 1

435 

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MycoBank: MB817060

Parawiesneriomyces Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov..
Etymology.
Name reflects a morphological similarity to the genus Wiesneriomyces.


MycoBank: MB817061

Parawiesneriomyces syzygii Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Syzygium, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

436 

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MycoBank: MB817055

Pseudophloeospora eucalyptorum Crous, Jacq. Edwards & Pascoe, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

437 

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MycoBank: MB817056

Proxipyricularia asari Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Asarum, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

438 

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MycoBank: MB817057

Diaporthe passifloricola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Passiflora, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

439 

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MycoBank: MB817058

Diaporthe ocoteae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Ocotea, the plant genus from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

440 

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MycoBank: MB817062

Phaeosphaeria breonadiae Crous & Jol. Roux, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Breonadia, the plant genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

441 

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MycoBank: MB817068

Alternaria quercicola Woudenb. & Mirab., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the plant genus from which it was isolated,
Quercus.


description 1

442 

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MycoBank: MB815876

Stemphylium beticola Woudenb. & Hanse, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the plant genus from which it was collected,
Beta.


description 1

443 

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MycoBank: MB816869

Rasamsonia columbiensis Jurjević, Hubka & S.W. Peterson, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The species is named for the type locality, District of Columbia,
USA.


description 1

444 

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MycoBank: MB816867

Microascus longicollis Hubka, Lysková, Cmokova & M. Kolařík, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Refers to the long annellate zone.


description 1

445 

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MycoBank: MB816870

Paecilomyces tabacinus Jurjević, Hubka & S.W. Peterson, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host from which it was isolated, Tobacco.


description 1

446 

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MycoBank: MB816868

Chrysosporium echinulatum Hubka, Mallátová, Cmokova & M. Kolařík, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the surface ornamentation of conidia.


description 1

447 

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MycoBank: MB816518

Scleroderma capeverdeanum M.P. Martín, M. Dueñas & Telleria, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the country where the holotype was collected.


description 1

447 

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MycoBank: MB814792

Scleroderma dunensis B.D.B. Silva, Sulzbacher, Grebenc, Baseia & M.P. Martín, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the type locality, Parque Estadual Dunas
do Natal.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB816172

Ganoderma mbrekobenum E.C. Otto, Blanchette, Held, C.W. Barnes & Obodai, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the Ghanaian Twi word ‘mbrekoben’, which
translates to reddish brown mushroom.


description 1

450 

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MycoBank: MB814833

Geoglossum raitviirii Fedosova & E.S. Popov, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the Estonian mycologist Ain Raitviir, in recognition
of his contribution to the study of the Geoglossaceae from the Russian
Far East.


description 1

451 

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MycoBank: MB814942

Toxicocladosporium hominis Sandoval-Denis, Gené & Deanna A. Sutton, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the isolation source of the ex-type strain.


description 1

452 

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MycoBank: MB851695

Pisolithus aureosericeus M.P. Martín, Kaewgrajang, Phosri & Watling, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin aureus and sericeus, referring to the colour and
texture of the peridium.


description 1

453 

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MycoBank: MB815823

Coprinus littoralis G. Moreno, Carlavilla, Heykoop, Manjón, A. Sánchez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the habitat, littoral dunes, from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

454 

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MycoBank: MB815823

Coprinus pinetorum G. Moreno, Carlavilla, Heykoop & Manjón, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the habitat, humus of Pinus halepensis, from
which this fungus was collected.


description 1

455 

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MycoBank: MB802453

Priceomyces vitoshaensis Gouliamova, Dimitrov, M.T. Sm., M.M. Stoilova-Disheva& M. Groenew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the habitat, humus of Pinus halepensis, from
which this fungus was collected.


description 1

456 

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MycoBank: MB815051

Nothophoma macrospora Valenzuela-Lopez, Stchigel, Cano & Deanna A. Sutton, sp. nov.
Etymology.
G. μακρό-, large, and -σπορά, spore, referring to the big size
of the conidia.


description 1

457 

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MycoBank: MB815745

Entoloma krutiсianum O.V. Morozova, M.Yu. Dyakov, E.S. Popov& A.V. Alexandrova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the type locality – Krutitsy Village in the
Tver Region of Russia.


description 1

458 

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MycoBank: MB815475

Xerocomellus poederi G. Moreno, Heykoop, Esteve-Rav., P. Alvarado & Traba, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Reinhold Pöder, Austrian mycologist and specialist
in Boletales, who passed away in August 2015.


description 1

459 

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MycoBank: MB816988

Helminthosporiella Hern.-Restr., G.A. Sarria & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Similar to the genus Helminthosporium.


MycoBank: MB816989

Helminthosporiella stilbacea (Moreau) Hern.-Restr., G.A. Sarria & Crous comb. & stat. nov..


description 1

460 

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MycoBank: MB815361

Penidiellopsis Sandoval-Denis, Gené, Deanna A. Sutton & Guarro, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its morphological resemblance to the genus
Penidiella.


MycoBank: MB815362

Penidiellopsis radicularis Sandoval-Denis, Gené, Deanna A. Sutton & Guarro, sp. nov..
Etymology. Named after its root-like growth pattern in culture media.


description 1

461 

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MycoBank: MB816866

Ganoderma ecuadoriense W.A. Salazar, C.W. Barnes & Ordóñez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the geographical origin from which the fungus
was collected.


description 1

462 

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MycoBank: MB812601

Blastobotrys meliponae R.N. Barbosa, Boekhout, G.A. Silva, Souza-Motta & N. Oliveira, sp. nov.
Etymology.
me.li,po’nae. N.L. gen. n. meliponae, of the bee genus Melipona.


description 1

463 

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MycoBank: MB814593

Russula intervenosa S. Paloi, A.K. Dutta & K. Acharya, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Intervenosa’ is the Latin transliteration of ‘intervenose’, referring
to the pattern of lamellae.


description 1

464 

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MycoBank: MB814919

Crinipellis odorata K.P.D. Latha & Manim., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the odoriferous basidiomata of this species.


description 1

465 

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MycoBank: MB814919

Corynascus citrinus Giraldo & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin citrinus, citrine or lemon-yellow, referring to the
yellow pigment produced in vitro.


description 1

466 

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MycoBank: MB816972

Brunneocarpos Giraldo & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Brunneus (Latin) = brown, and carpos (Greek) = fruit.


MycoBank: MB816973

Brunneocarpos banksiae Giraldo & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Banksia, from which the species
was isolated.


description 1

467 

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MycoBank: MB816935

Cercophora vinosa A.N. Mill. & J. Fourn., sp. nov.
Etymology. The specific epithet refers to the purple colour in the outermost
layer of the ascomal wall.


description 1

468 

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MycoBank: MB816986

Uwemyces Hern.-Restr., G.A. Sarria & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Prof. Uwe Braun, who greatly contributed to our
knowledge of dematiaceous hyphomycetous fungi


MycoBank: MB816987

Uwemyces elaeidis (Steyaert) Hern.-Restr., G.A. Sarria & Crous, comb. nov.


description 1

558 

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MycoBank: MB816986

Westerdykella centenaria Crous, van Diepeningen & A.-C. Normand, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the 100th anniversary of the appointment of
Prof. dr Johanna Westerdijk, the first female professor in the Netherlands, appointed at Utrecht University on the 10th of February 1917; centenaria = 100 years (1917–2017).


description 1

559 

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MycoBank: MB820929

Davidiellomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Dr John C. David, recognising his contribution to our knowledge of the genus Cladosporium and its sexual morph.


MycoBank: MB820930

Davidiellomyces australiensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Australia, the country where this fungus was collected


description 1

560 

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MycoBank: MB820931

Paraphaeosphaeria xanthorrhoeae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Xanthorrhoea, the plant genus from which
this fungus was collected


description 1

561 

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MycoBank: MB820932

Banksiophoma Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Banksia (host), and Phoma (morphology).


MycoBank: MB820933

Banksiophoma australiensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Australia where this fungus was collected.


description 1

562 

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MycoBank: MB820934

Perthomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the city of Perth, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB820936

Perthomyces podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Podocarpus, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

563 

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MycoBank: MB820937

Myrtacremonium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name reflects the host family Myrtaceae, and the fact that
the fungus has an acremonium-like morphology.


MycoBank: MB820938

Myrtacremonium eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

564 

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MycoBank: MB820940

Rosellinia australiensis Crous & Barber, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Australia, the country from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

565 

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MycoBank: MB820941

Disculoides calophyllae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Corymbia calophylla, the host from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

566 

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MycoBank: MB820942

Parateratosphaeria stirlingiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Stirlingia, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected


description 1

567 

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MycoBank: MB820943

Neocordana musigena Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Musa, the host genus from which this fungus was collected


description 1

568 

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MycoBank: MB820944

Cylindrocladiella vitis Crous & Thangavel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Vitis, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

569 

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MycoBank: MB816986

Apoharknessia eucalyptorum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

570 

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MycoBank: MB820947

Wallrothiella gmelinae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Gmelina, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

571 

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MycoBank: MB820948

Paraconiothyrium hakeae Crous & Barber, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Hakea, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

572 

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MycoBank: MB820950

Peyronellaea eucalypti Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

573 

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MycoBank: MB821081

Didymocyrtis banksiae Crous & Barber, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Banksia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

574 

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MycoBank: MB820951

Paraphoma rhaphiolepidis Crous & Toome, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Rhaphiolepsis, the host genus from which
this fungus was collected.


description 1

575 

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MycoBank: MB820952

Readeriella ellipsoidea Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the characteristic narrowly ellipsoid conidia
of this fungus.


description 1

576 

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MycoBank: MB816986

Myrtapenidiella eucalyptigena Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

577 

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MycoBank: MB820954

Myrtapenidiella balenae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. The name is derived from the Latin word Balena for whale,
and refers to the fact that whales were present close to the shoreline at the time that this fungus was collected at Point Ann in Western Australia.


description 1

578 

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MycoBank: MB820955

Zasmidium commune Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the common occurrence of this species.


description 1

579 

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MycoBank: MB820956

Zasmidium podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Podocarpus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

580 

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MycoBank: MB820957

Myrtapenidiella pleurocarpae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus pleurocarpa, the host species
from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

581 

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MycoBank: MB820958

Tiarosporella corymbiae Crous & Barber, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Corymbia, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

582 

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MycoBank: MB820959

Lectera capsici Crous & P.W.J. Taylor, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Capsicum, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

583 

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MycoBank: MB820960

Verrucoconiothyrium eucalyptigenum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

584 

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MycoBank: MB820962

Foliocryphia eucalyptorum Crous & Thangavel, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

585 

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MycoBank: MB820963

Ramularia vacciniicola Crous & Thangavel, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Vaccinium, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected.


description 1

586 

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MycoBank: MB820964

Harknessia communis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the wider host range of this species..


description 1

587 

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MycoBank: MB820965

Harknessia banksiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Banksia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

588 

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MycoBank: MB820966

Harknessia banksiigena Crous & Barber, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Banksia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

589 

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MycoBank: MB820967

Harknessia banksiae-repens Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Banksia repens, the host from which this
fungus was first collected..


description 1

590 

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MycoBank: MB820968

Harknessia platyphyllae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Eucalyptus platyphylla, the host species from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

591 

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MycoBank: MB820969

Harknessia pellitae Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus pellita, the host species from which this fungus was collected..


description 1

592 

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MycoBank: MB820970

Harknessia malayensis Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Malaysia, the country from which this fungus
was collected.


description 1

593 

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MycoBank: MB819188

Acidiella americana M. Kolařík, Jurjević & Hubka, sp. nov.
Etymology. americana (Latin, fem. adj.) from America. Refers to the
country of origin.


description 1

594 

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MycoBank: MB820344

Coprinopsis pseudomarcescibilis Heykoop, G. Moreno & P. Alvarado, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects its morphological similarity to Coprinopsis
marcescibilis..


description 1

595 

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MycoBank: MB818580

Cyathus aurantogriseocarpus R. Cruz, J.S. Góis, M.P. Martín, K. Hosaka & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named in reference to the orange-grey colour of the exoperidium.


description 1

596 

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MycoBank: MB820114

Eremiomyces innocentii Ant. Rodr. & Bordallo, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Mauro Innocenti, for his outstanding contribution to knowledge of hypogeous fungi of the Canary Islands.


description 1

597 

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MycoBank: MB818802

Ganoderma mizoramense Zothanzama, Blanchette, Held, C.W. Barnes, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after the state of Mizoram, where it was found growing on a tree near Mizoram University in Aizawl, Mizoram, northeast India.


description 1

598 

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MycoBank: MB819875

Gyroporus pseudocyanescens G. Moreno, Carlavilla, Heykoop, Manjón & Vizzini, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects its morphological similarity to Gyroporus cyanescens.


description 1

599 

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MycoBank: MB820656

Hodophilus indicus K.N.A. Raj, K.P.D. Latha & Manim., sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to India, the country where this species was first discovered.


description 1

600 

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MycoBank: MB820098

Humidicutis dictiocephala A. Barili, C.W. Barnes & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the morphology of the pileus.


description 1

601 

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MycoBank: MB819814

Hygrocybe sangayensis A. Barili, C.W. Barnes, J.A. Flores & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the locality from where the fungus was collected, Sangay National Park


description 1

602 

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MycoBank: MB819896

Hygrocybe macrosiparia A. Barili, C.W. Barnes, J.A. Flores & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name reflects the morphological similarity to Hygrocybe
siparia,
but with reference to its larger size..


description 1

603 

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MycoBank: MB819706

Inocybe parvicystis F.J. Rodr.-Campo & Esteve-Rav., sp. nov.
i. From Latin parvus and cystidium, referring to the small size
of cystidia.


description 1

604 

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MycoBank: MB819848

Keratinophyton turgidum Rahul Sharma, & Shouche, sp. nov.
Etymology. Refers to the swollen nature of conidiogenous cells (Latinturgidus means swollen).


description 1

605 

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MycoBank: MB819229

Myotisia Kubátová, M. Kolařík & Hubka, gen. nov.
Etymology. Refers to the bat (Myotis myotis) on who’s excrement the
fungus was found.


MycoBank: MB819230

Myotisia cremea Kubátová, M. Kolařík & Hubka, sp. nov.
Etymology. Refers to the cream colour of ascomata and mycelium.


description 1

606 

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MycoBank: MB820857

Neodactylaria Guevara-Suarez, Deanna A. Sutton, Wiederhold & Gené, gen. nov.
Etymology. Neo- meaning new; -dactylaria referring to the asexual
genus Dactylaria. Name reflects its morphological similarity with the genus Dactylaria.


MycoBank: MB820858

Neodactylaria obpyriformis Guevara-Suarez, Deanna A. Sutton, Wiederhold & Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the conidial shape.


description 1

607 

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MycoBank: MB819344

Candida rongomai-pounamu Padamsee, B.S. Weir, Petterson & P.K. Buchanan, sp. nov.
Etymology. The specific epithet ‘rongomai-pounamu’ (Māori), referring to the ‘treasure of Rongomai’. The students who discovered this new species and chose the name are in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) education immersion class at Rongomai School, Otara, Auckland, New Zealand. Pounamu is the Māori word for the treasured greenstone (or jade), representing the students as the school’s precious treasure and also the future.


description 1

608 

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MycoBank: MB819395

Candida vespimorsuum Padamsee, B.S. Weir, Petterson, P.K. Buchanan, sp. nov.
Etymology. The specific epithet ‘vespimorsuum’, referring to ‘wasp stings’. Five students from the class of 32 at Karamu High School, Hastings, New Zealand who discovered this new species and chose the name were stung by invasive wasps during the fungal collecting trip. Hence ‘the Candida of the wasp-stings’.


description 1

609 

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MycoBank: MB819394

Rhodotorula ngohengohe Padamsee, B.S. Weir, Petterson & P.K. Buchanan, sp. nov.
Etymology. The specific epithet ‘ngohengohe’ (Māori), referring to ‘be
humble, agreeable’. Students who discovered this new species are from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe, and chose ngohengohe for this species from their school motto E rere, Kia koi, Kia ngohengohe = Fly, Be on to it, Be humble in your successes (pronounced ngohe-ngohe).


description 1

610 

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MycoBank: MB819947

Penicillium parvofructum Guevara-Suarez, Cano-Canals, Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology. From Latin parvum-, small, and -fructum, fruit, in reference
to the small size of the conidiophores.


description 1

611 

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MycoBank: MB816407

Perenniporia brasiliensis Lira, A.M.S. Soares, Ryvarden & Gibertoni, sp. nov.
Etymology. Referring to the country where this fungus was collected,
Brazil.


description 1

612 

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MycoBank: MB816440

Perenniporia paraguyanensis Lira & Gibertoni, sp. nov.
Etymology. Referring to morphological similarity to P. guyanensis.


description 1

613 

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MycoBank: MB820647

Phialocephala cladophialophoroides Madrid, C. Tapia, V. Silva & M. Lafourcade, sp. nov.
Etymology. The name refers to the morphological similarity between this fungus and members of the genus Cladophialophora.


description 1

614 

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MycoBank: MB819993

Pholiotina longistipitata E.F. Malysheva & Kiyashko, sp. nov.
Etymology. The epithet emphasises the important character of the new
species – basidiocarps with long stipes.


description 1

615 

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MycoBank: MB820796

Phytophthora mekongensis Cacciola & N.V. Hoa, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the area from where the species was isolated, Mekong River Delta in Vietnam.


description 1

616 

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MycoBank: MB820797

Phytophthora prodigiosa Cacciola & M.V. Tri, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the bizarre (prodigiosum in Latin) and unusual shape of the hyphal swellings.


description 1

617 

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MycoBank: MB819868

Polycephalomyces onorei Kautman & Kautmanova, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Giovanni Onore, a great Italian naturalist living
in Ecuador and founder of the Otonga foundation.


description 1

618 

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MycoBank: MB819509

Psathyrella striatoannulata Heykoop, G. Moreno & M. Mata, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the presence of a striate ring on the stipe of
this fungus.


description 1

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MycoBank: MB819904

Pseudocercospora leandrae-fragilis O.L. Pereira & Meir. Silva, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name derived from the plant host, Leandra fragilis.


description 1

620 

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MycoBank: MB820033

Rhodocybe matesina Picillo & Vizzini, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The epithet refers to the locality, Monti del Matese, where
this species was found.


description 1

621 

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MycoBank: MB819728

Russula arunii S. Paloi, A.K. Dutta & K. Acharya, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Arun Kumar Sharma, the founder of the Botanic
Garden at the University of Calcutta, from where the specimen was collected.


description 1

622 

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MycoBank: MB820008

Saksenaea loutrophoriformis D.A. Sutton, Stchigel, Chander, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology
. From the ancient Greek λουτροφόρος-, and from the Latin
-forma, because of the vessel-shape of the sporangiophore.


description 1

623 

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MycoBank: MB816126

Tolypocladium fumosum Ruszkiewicz-Michalska, Pawłowska & Wrzosek, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the fumaceous grey colour of the stroma.


description 1

624 

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MycoBank: MB819574

Tuber magentipunctatum Z. Merényi, I. Nagy, Stielow & Bratek, sp. nov.
Etymology
. The name magentipunctatum is derived from ‘magenti’ (from Latin ‘magentibus’ = magenta) and ‘punctatum’ (from Latin patched, punctate, spotted).

 

 

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