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MycoBank: MB820711.

Achaetomium lippiaeM.G. Viana, C.C. Albuq., E.S. Santos, J.D.P. Bezerra & L.M. Paiva, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host plant, Lippia, from which this fungus was isolated as endophyte.


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626 

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MycoBank: MB821684.

Aspergillus contaminans Hubka, Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & Lysková, sp. nov.
Etymology. contaminans
(con.ta’mi.nans. L. adj.); contaminating, polluting, referring to the origin of the ex-type strain, which represented a clinical sample contaminant.


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627 

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MycoBank: MB822232.

Cadophora antarctica Rodr.-Andrade, Stchigel, Mac Cormack & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the locality where it was collected, Antarctica.


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628 

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MycoBank: MB819716.

Yarrowia parophonii Gouliamova, R.A. Dimitrov, Guéorguiev, M.T. Sm., & M. Groenew., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the insect host Parophonus hirsutulus from which the ex-type strain was isolated.


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629 

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MycoBank: MB820451.

Coniella heterospora Valenzuela-Lopez, Cano, Guarro & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the variable shape of the conidia.


description 1

630 

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MycoBank: MB820655.

Cuphophyllus yacurensis A. Barili, C.W. Barnes & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the locality where the species was collected..


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631 

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MycoBank: MB822200.

Cyathus isometricus R. Cruz, J.S. Góis, P. Marinho & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in reference to the isometrical dimensions of the basidiomata.


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MycoBank: MB822676.

Entoloma nigrovelutinum O.V. Morozova & A.V. Alexandrova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to bluish black and velvety pileus surface from Latin nigrus (black) and velutinus (velvety).


description 1

633 

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MycoBank: MB822575.

Ganoderma podocarpense J.A. Flores, C.W. Barnes & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the locality where the species was collected.


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634 

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MycoBank: MB822275.

Geastrum caririense R.J. Ferreira, Accioly, S.R. Lacerda, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In reference to the type locality, Cariri region.


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635 

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MycoBank: MB822387.

Glutinomyces Nor. Nakam., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Glutino- (L), after the mucoid colony exudates on PDA plates; -myces (G), after fungus.


MycoBank: MB822896.

Glutinomyces brunneus Nor. Nakam., sp. nov.
Etymology. brunneus
(L), refers to the brown colony colour.


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636 

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MycoBank: MB821845.

Hemileucoglossum pusillum V. Kučera, Fedosova & Arauzo, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the small size of ascocarps, resulting in the fungus being inconspicuous and hard to detect.


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637 

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MycoBank: MB821283.

Hyalocladosporiella cannae T.K.A. Kumar, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus Canna, from which the fungus was isolated..


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638 

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MycoBank: MB822948.

Hymenochaete macrochloae Olariaga & M. Prieto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to its host, Macrochloa tenacissima.


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639 

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MycoBank: MB822647.

Lasiosphaeria similisorbina A.N. Mill., T.J. Atk. & Huhndorf, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet refers to the resemblance of this taxon to L. sorbina


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640 

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MycoBank: MB818186.

Lycoperdon subg. Arenicola Alfredo, M.P. Martín & Baseia, subg. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the basidiomata growing in sandy soil and the exoperidium encrusted with sand grains.


MycoBank: MB816279.

Lycoperdon demoulinii Baseia, Alfredo & M.P. Martín, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In honour to Prof. Vincent Demoulin, for his contribution to the study of the genus Lycoperdon.


description 1

641 

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MycoBank: MB822811.

Megatomentella D.A.C. Almeida, Gusmão & A.N. Mill., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the well-developed tomentum.


MycoBank: MB822842.

Megatomentella cristata D.A.C. Almeida, Gusmão & A.N. Mill., sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin cristatus. Referring to the laterally compressed ascomal neck, resembling a crest.


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642 

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MycoBank: MB822002.

Mutinus verrucosus T.S. Cabral, B.D.B. Silva, K. Hosaka, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In reference to the verrucose surface of the fertile portion of the pseudostipe.


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643 

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MycoBank: MB822354.

Nothophoma raii Rohit Sharma, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The species is named in the honour of Prof. Mahendra K. Rai, SGB Amaravati University, India, for his contribution to the systematics of the genus Phoma.


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644 

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MycoBank: MB823317.

Paracremonium binnewijzendii Houbraken, van der Kleij & L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Daan Binnewijzend, who collected this species.


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645 

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MycoBank: MB822920.

Penicillium uruguayense Guevara-Suarez, Dania García, Cano & Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Uruguay, where the fungus was isolated.


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646 

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MycoBank: MB822131.

Phyllosticta catimbauensis G.R. Araújo-Magalhães, J.D.P. Bezerra, A.R. Machado, Souza-Motta & K.A. Moreira, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Catimbau National Park, a protected area of the Brazilian tropical dry forest where this fungus was isolated as endophyte from Mandevilla catimbauensis..


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647 

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MycoBank: MB822770.

Polycephalomyces phaothaiensis Mongkols., Noisripoom, Lamlertthon& Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the place where the species was found – Ban Phaothai community forest, Phitsanulok Province, Thailand.


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648 

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MycoBank: MB821107.

Pseudocercospora angularis W.S. Lisboa, D.M. Macedo & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after angular leaf spots.


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649 

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MycoBank: MB819580.

Pseudophialophora sorghi R.J.V. Oliveira, C.M. Gonç., G.A. Silva & J.L. Bezerra, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host plant, Sorghum bicolor, from which this fungus was isolated as endophyte.


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650 

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MycoBank: MB818668.

Pyrenopeziza velebitica Matočec, I. Kušan, Jadan, Tkalčec & Mešić, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the mountain, Velebit, on which it was collected.


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651 

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MycoBank: MB822118.

Ramaria cistophila P.P. Daniëls, M.P. Martín, C. Rojo & Camello, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek kistos (χιστός) and philos (φίλος), referring to its host plants affinity, which are mainly Cistus species.


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652 

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MycoBank: MB823270.

Peziza halophila Loizides, Agnello & P. Alvarado, sp. nov.
Etymology. Halophila
= ἁλόφιλη (salt-loving); from the Greek noun ἅλας = salt, ultimately from ἅλς = sea, and the female adjective φίλη = friend, loving.


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653 

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MycoBank: MB822390.

Spumula piptadeniae A.A. Carvalho, Colmán & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus Aloe, from which the species was isolated.


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654 

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MycoBank: MB821051.

Talaromyces musae Houbraken, Kraak & M. Meijer, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Musa (banana), the original substrate of the ex-type strain.


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655 

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MycoBank: MB821859.

Volvariella morozovae E.F. Malysheva & A.V. Alexandrova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the Russian mycologist, Dr Olga Morozova, known as an exceptional specialist in Entolomataceae taxonomy, and an experienced researcher of the mycobiota of Vietnam.


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656 

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MycoBank: MB823316.

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


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657 

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MycoBank: MB820812.

Lactifluus ceraceus Delgat & M. Roy, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the waxy surface of the cap.


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658 

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MycoBank: MB821209.

Paraopeba V.P. Abreu, A.A.M. Gomes, Firmino & O.L. Pereira, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the city of Paraopeba, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, where the fungus was first found.


MycoBank: MB821409.

Paraopeba schefflerae V.P. Abreu, A.A.M. Gomes, Firmino & O.L. Pereira, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its host genus, Schefflera.


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659 

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MycoBank: MB823461.

Cochlearomycetaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification: Cochlearomycetaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB823365.

Cochlearomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the conidiophores that appear as inverted spoons..


MycoBank: MB823366.

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


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660 

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MycoBank: MG386027.

Pleopassalora acaciae Crous & J. Edwards, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Acacia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected..


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MycoBank: MB823368.

Saccharata acaciae Crous, sp. nov..
Classification: Saccharataceae, Botryosphaeriales, Dothideomycetes.


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662 

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MycoBank: MB823462.

Pararamichloridiales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB823463.

Pararamichloridiaceae Crous, fam. nov.


MycoBank: MB823369.

Pararamichloridium Crous, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Named refers to its morphological similarity to Ramichloridium.


MycoBank: MB823370.

Pararamichloridium livistonae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Livistona, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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MycoBank: MB823489.

Neoanungitea Crous, gen nov.
Etymology
. Named refers to its morphological similarity to Anungitea.


MycoBank: MB823372.

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


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MycoBank: MB823373.

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


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665 

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MycoBank: MB823374.

Seiridium persooniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Persoonia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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666 

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MycoBank: MB823464.

Pseudosporidesmiaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Pseudosporidesmiaceae, Xylariales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB823375).

Pseudosporidesmium lambertiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Lambertia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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667 

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MycoBank: MB823376.

Xenopassalora Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named refers to its morphological similarity to the genus Passalora.


MycoBank: MB823377.

Xenopassalora petrophiles Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Petrophile, the host genus from which this fungus was collected..


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668 

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MycoBank: MB823378.

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


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669 

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MycoBank: MB823379.

Amphosoma persooniae Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology
Name refers to Persoonia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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670 

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MycoBank: MB823380.

Paraphysalospora Crous, gen nov.
Etymology.
Named refers to Physalospora, a morphologically similar genus.


MycoBank: MB823381.

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


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671 

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MycoBank: MB823382.

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


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672 

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MycoBank: MB823383.

Planamyces Crous & Decock, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its characteristic conidia, which are flattened in side view.


MycoBank: MB823384.

Planamyces parisiensis Crous & Decock, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named refers to Paris, the city where this species was collected.


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673 

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MycoBank: MB823385.

Neoconiothyrium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Coniothyrium, a morphologically similar genus.


MycoBank: MB823386.

Neoconiothyrium persooniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Persoonia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected..


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674 

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MycoBank: MB823389.

Phlogicylindrium tereticornis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus tereticornis, the host species from which this fungus was collected..


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675 

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MycoBank: MB823390.

Yuccamyces citri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Citrus, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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676 

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MycoBank: MB823433.

Murramarangomycetales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB823434.

Murramarangomycetaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification: Murramarangomycetaceae, Murramarangomycetales, Dothideomycetes.
.


MycoBank: MB823391.

Murramarangomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the location where it was collected, Murramarang, Australia..


MycoBank: MB823392.

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


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677 

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MycoBank: MB823393.

Tygervalleyomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Classification: Typhulaceae, Agaricales, Agaricomycetes.


MycoBank: MB823394.

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


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678 

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MycoBank: MB823395.

Fitzroyomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the location where it was collected, Fitzroy Falls, Australia.


MycoBank: MB823396.

Fitzroyomyces cyperi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Cyperaceae, the substrate from which this fungus was collected.


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679 

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MycoBank: MB823397.

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


description 1

680 

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MycoBank: MB823467.

Neocrinulaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification: Neocrinulaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes.
.


MycoBank: MB823398.

Neocrinula lambertiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Lambertia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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681 

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MycoBank: MB823399.

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


description 1

682 

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MycoBank: MB823400.

Pestalotiopsis dianellae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Dianella, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

683 

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MycoBank: MB823401.

Codinaea lambertiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Lambertia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

684 

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MycoBank: MB823402.

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


description 1

685 

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MycoBank: MB823403.

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


description 1

686 

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MycoBank: MB823404.

Stagonospora victoriana Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the state of Victoria, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


description 1

687 

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MycoBank: MB823425.

Didymella acaciae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Acacia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

688 

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MycoBank: MB823405.

Saccharata hakeigena Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Hakea, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

689 

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MycoBank: MB823406.

Anungitea nullicana Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Nullica State Forest, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


description 1

690 

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MycoBank: MB823407.

Sympoventuria melaleucae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Melaleuca, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

691 

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MycoBank: MB823408.

Saccharata epacridis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to Epacris, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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692 

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MycoBank: MB823435.

Cladoriellales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB823436.

Cladoriellaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification
: Cladoriellaceae, Cladoriellales, Dothideomycetes.


MycoBank: MB823409.

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


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693 

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MycoBank: MB823410.

Alfaria dandenongensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the Dandenong Ranges, Australia, where this fungus was collected.


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694 

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MycoBank: MB823468.

Pseudodactylariales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB823469.

Pseudodactylariaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification: Pseudodactylariaceae, Pseudodactylariales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB823411.

Pseudodactylaria Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its morphological similarity to the genus Dactylaria.


MycoBank: MB823412.

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


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695 

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MycoBank: MB823491.

Chaetomellales Crous & Denman, ord. nov.
Classification: Chaetomellaceae, Chaetomellales, Leotiomycetes
.


MycoBank: MB823414.

Pilidium anglicum Crous & Denman, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Name refers to the country where this species was collected, England.


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696 

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MycoBank: MB823415.

Sympoventuria regnans Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus regnans, the host species from which this fungus was collected.


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697 

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MycoBank: MB823416.

Stagonospora lomandrae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Lomandra, the host genus from which this fungus was collected..


description 1

698 

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MycoBank: MB823417.

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


description 1

699 

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MycoBank: MB823418.

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


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700 

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MycoBank: MB810590.

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


description 1

701 

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MycoBank: MB823420.

Semifissispora tooloomensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the area where it was collected, close to Tooloom National Park, Australia.


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702 

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MycoBank: MB823421.

Diaporthe obtusifoliae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host species from which it was isolated, Acacia obtusifolia.


description 1

703 

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MycoBank: MB823422.

Cladoriella kinglakensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Kinglake National Park, Australia.


description 1

704 

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MycoBank: MB823423.

Phaeosphaeria gahniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Gahnia.


description 1

705 

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MycoBank: MB823424.

Cercospora dianellicola Crous, sp. nov .
Etymology
. Named after the host genus from which it was collected, Dianella.


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706 

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MycoBank: MB822628.

Gamsia kooimaniorum Sandoval-Denis, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for Noud and Robin Kooiman, collectors of the sample from which this fungus was isolated. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils..


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707 

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MycoBank: MB823031.

Phaeoisaria annesophieae Hern.-Restr., sp. nov.
Etymology
. annesophieae, refers to the name of the collector of the extype strain, Anne-Sophie den Boer. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


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708 

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MycoBank: MB823032.

Verhulstia Hern.-Rest., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the family name Verhulst, whose members collected the soil sample from which the fungus was isolated. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


MycoBank: MB823033.

Verhulstia trisororum Hern.-Rest., sp. nov.
Etymology.
From the Latin tri- three, and sororum- sisters. Named for the three sisters Jikke, Anoek and Elke Verhulst, who collected the soil sample from which the fungus was isolated.


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709 

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MycoBank: MB823349.

Striaticonidium deklijnearum L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for Lola and Nieve de Klijne, who collected the sample. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


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710 

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MycoBank: MB822627.

Umbelopsis wiegerinckiae Sandoval-Denis, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for Frederique Madeleine Wiegerinck, who collected this sample. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing
novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


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MycoBank: MB823486.

Vandijckellaceae Sandoval-Denis, fam. nov.
Classification: Vandijckellaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes
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MycoBank: MB822625.

Vandijckella Sandoval-Denis, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Named in honour of the president of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), José F.T.M. van Dijck. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils..


MycoBank: MB822626.

Vandijckella johannae Sandoval-Denis, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Linking the first female professor of the Netherlands, Johanna Westerdijk (10 Feb. 1917), to the first female president of the KNAW, José F.T.M. van Dijck (18 May 2015) – two phenomenal individuals, with a great legacy.


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MycoBank: MB823350.

Fusarium petersiae L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Danique Peters, who collected this sample. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal
species isolated from Dutch soils.


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MycoBank: MB823351.

Plectosphaerella niemeijerarum L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology
. Named for Flora and Rosalie Niemeijer, who collected this sample. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


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MycoBank: MB823027.

Talaromyces annesophieae Houbraken, sp. nov.
Etymology
. annesophieae, refers to the name of the collector of the extype strain, Anne-Sophie den Boer. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met
je eigen naam’, describing novel fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.


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MycoBank: MB810590.

Collariella hilkhuijsenii X. Wei Wang, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Joost Hilkhuijsen, who collected this specimen. This species was discovered during a Citizen Science project in the Netherlands, ‘Wereldfaam, een schimmel met je eigen naam’, describing novel
fungal species isolated from Dutch soils.

 

 

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