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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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711 

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MycoBank: MB823486.

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


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.


description 1

712 

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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.


description 1

713 

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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.


description 1

714 

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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.


description 1

715 

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MycoBank: MB810590.

Afroboletus vietnamensis T.H.G. Pham, A.V. Alexandrova, O.V. Morozova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the country Vietnam where the species was collected.


description 1

716 

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MycoBank: MB824736.

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.


description 1

717 

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MycoBank: MB824149.

Alfaria dactylis Valenz.-Lopez, Cano, Guarro & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin dactylus, date, due to the nature of the substrate (date, the fruit of Phoenix dactylifera) from which the fungus was isolated.


description 1

718 

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MycoBank: MB824080.

Arxotrichum A. Nováková & M. Kolařik, gen. nov.
Etymology. Named after Josef Adolf von Arx (1922–1988), honouring his work on the genus Chaetomium and according to the morphological similarity with the genus Staphylotrichum.


MycoBank: MB824082.

Arxotrichum wyomingense A. Nováková & M. Kolařik, sp. nov..
Etymology. Latin ‘wyomingense’ = relating to the state Wyoming, USA, referring to the type locality.



description 1

719 

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MycoBank: MB823690.

Aspergillus tumidus J.P.Z. Siqueira, Gené, Dania García & Guarro, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to the swollen metulae on its conidiophores.


description 1

720 

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MycoBank: MB824978.

Aspergillus serratalhadensis L.F. Oliveira, R.N. Barbosa, G.M.R. lbuquerque, Souza-Motta, Viana Marques, sp. nov..
Etymology.serratalhadensis
, refers to the Brazilian city Serra Talhada, the location of the ex-type strain of this species.


description 1

721 

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MycoBank: MB825173.

Baorangia alexandri Svetash., Simonini & Vizzini, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named in honour of the collector of the species, the Russian mycologist Alexander Kovalenko, for his important contributions to the study of Agaricales and Boletales in Russia..


description 1

722 

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MycoBank: MB823063.

Cladosporium michoacanense Iturrieta-González, Gené & Dania García, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Michoacán, the geographical area where the fungus was collected.


description 1

723 

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MycoBank: MB825023.

Colletotrichum condaoense Damm, sp. nov..
Etymology.
The species epithet is derived from the locality where it was collected, Côn Đảo Islands, Vietnam.


description 1

724 

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MycoBank: MB824862.

Colletotrichum cobbittiense S. Luo, G. Dong & P. Wong, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the location, Cobbitty, where it was found


description 1

725 

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MycoBank: MB823829.

Coprinopsis afrocinerea Mešić, Tkalčec, Čerkez, I. Kušan & Matočec, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the continent on which the type material was found and its similarity to Coprinopsis cinerea.


description 1

726 

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MycoBank: MB824820.

Diaporthe pseudoinconspicua T.G.L. Oliveira, J.D.P. Bezerra, A.R. Machado,
Souza-Motta & O.M.C. Magalhães, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to its morphological similarity to Diaporthe inconspicua.


description 1

727 

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MycoBank: MB824999.

Dothiora infuscans Rodr.-Andrade, Stchigel, Guarro & Cano, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin infusco, to make dark, referring to the black fungal growth on the substrate it was isolated from


description 1

728 

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MycoBank: MB824642.

Entoloma yanacolor A. Barili, C.W. Barnes & Ordoñez, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named refers to the black colour of the fruiting body (yana) in the native Quichua Andean language..


description 1

729 

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MycoBank: MB823878.

Exophiala nidicola Gené, Madrid & Guarro, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the habitat where this fungus was found, the nest of a bird.


description 1

730 

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MycoBank: MG806098.

Fomitiporella pertenuis V. Xavier de Lima & J.R. Oliveira-Filho, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Pertenuis (Gr.), referring to the very thin basidioma.


description 1

731 

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MycoBank: MB824254.

Geastrum magnosporum J.O. Sousa, B.D.B. Silva, P. Marinho, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the size of basidiospores, being larger than the mean size in the genus Geastrum.


description 1

732 

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MycoBank: MB824545.

Gyromitra subg. Pseudoverpa P.-A. Moreau, Bellanger & Loizides, subg. nov.
Etymology. Due to the resemblance of species in the genus Verpa.


MycoBank: MB824544.

Gyromitra anthracobia Loizides, P.-A. Moreau & Bellanger, sp. nov..
Etymology. Anthracobia
= ανθρακόβια (carbon-dwelling); from the Greek ἄνθραξ = carbon, and βίος = life.


description 1

733 

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MycoBank: MB825179.

Hongkongmyces snookiorum Raudabaugh, Iturr., & A.N. Mill., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Lucien and Shirley Snook for permitting research to be conducted on their property, which contributed to the discovery of this new species.


description 1

734 

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MycoBank: MB824887.

Lecanicillium restrictum Hubka, Kubátová, Nonaka, Čmoková & Řehulka, sp. nov.
Etymology.
restrictum (res.tric´tum. L. neut. part. adj.); limited, restricted, referring to the slow growth at room temperature (25 °C).


description 1

735 

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MycoBank: MB824886.

Lecanicillium testudineum Hubka, Kubátová, Schauflerová, Déniel & Jany, sp. nov.
Etymology. testudineum
(tes.tu.dinˈe.um. L. neut. adj.); referring to the turtle, the source of isolation of the ex-type strain.


description 1

736 

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MycoBank: MB824593.

Lentithecium carbonneanum J. Fourn., Raja & Oberlies, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after ‘Carbonne’ a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in south-western France where the type species was collected.


description 1

737 

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MycoBank: MB825174.

Leratiomyces tesquorum Adamčík & Vizzini, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet is the genitive plural of the Latin word tesquum (= desert place) and refers to the growing of the fungus in desert and arid areas.


description 1

738 

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MycoBank: MB824509.

Lomentospora valparaisensis E. Álvarez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to Valparaiso, where this fungus was collected, Italy Park, Valparaiso, Chile.


description 1

739 

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MycoBank: MB823622.

Marquesius L.B. Conç., R.F. Castañeda & Gusmão, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Named for Dr Marcos F.O. Marques (in memoriam), recognising his contribution to popularisation of mycology in the northeast of Brazil.


MycoBank: MB823623.

Marquesius aquaticus L.B. Conç., R.F. Castañeda & Gusmão, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the aquatic habitat, from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

740 

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MycoBank: MB823670.

Mastigosporella pigmentata V.P. Abreu & O.L. Pereira, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Refers to the pigmented conidia of the species.


description 1

741 

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MycoBank: MB823930.

Matsushimaea monilioides Iturrieta-González, Dania García & Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the moniliform filaments in conidia.


description 1

742 

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MycoBank: MB824580.

Mucor souzae C.A. de Souza, D.X. Lima & A.L. Santiago, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet honours Dr José Ivanildo de Souza, for his many contributions to our knowledge of mucoralean fungi in Brazil.


description 1

743 

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MycoBank: MB823882.

Mycocalia aquaphila R. Cruz, L.T. Carmo, M.P. Martín, Gusmão & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in reference to the submerged substrate where it was found growing, on decaying wood coming from the tidal detritus.


description 1

744 

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MycoBank: MB824585.

Pleuromyces Dima, P.-A. Moreau & V. Papp, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Pleuromyces is a compound name, reflecting the morphological similarity to Pleuroflammula and Phaeomyces.


MycoBank: MB824586.

Pleuromyces hungaricus V. Papp, Dima & P.-A. Moreau, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the country (Hungary) where the species was collected.


description 1

745 

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MycoBank: MB825032

Collariella hilkhuijsenii X. Wei Wang, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the host plant, Citrullus lanatus.


description 1

746 

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MycoBank: MB822321.

Queiroziella C.R. Félix, J.D.P. Bezerra, R.P. Neves & Landell, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Luzinete Acioli de Queiroz, in acknowledgement for her contributions to the study of yeasts in the former Institute of Mycology of the University of Recife, Brazil.


MycoBank: MB824924.

Queiroziella brasiliensis C.R. Félix, P. Valente & Landell, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the country, Brazil, where this yeast was
isolated.


description 1

747 

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MycoBank: MB824358.

Quixadomyces Cantillo & Gusmão, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named refers to Quixadá, the locality where the fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB824398.

Quixadomyces cearensis Cantillo & Gusmão, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the state (Ceará), where this taxon was collected.


description 1

748 

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MycoBank: MB816290.

Russula mansehraensis Saba, Caboň & Adamčík, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to Mansehra, the province where the species was collected for the first time.


description 1

749 

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MycoBank: MB824231.

Saproamanita quitensis E. Caicedo, A. Barili, C.W. Barnes & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named reflects the locality where the species was collected.


description 1

750 

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MycoBank: MB823318.

Talaromyces tabacinus Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & G. Perrone, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for tobacco, the host from which it was isolated.


description 1

751 

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MycoBank: MB823725.

Terfezia morenoi Bordallo, Ant. Rodr. & Morte, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Prof. Gabriel Moreno, from Universidad de Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain), for his long and illustrious career in Spanish Mycology and his outstanding contribution to the knowledge of hypogeous fungi.


description 1

752 

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MycoBank: MB822652.

Thecaphora australiensis Stajsic, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the country from where this fungus was collected,
Australia.


description 1

753 

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MycoBank: MG949282.

Tirmania honrubiae Morte, Bordallo & Ant. Rodr., sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after Prof. Mario Honrubia, from Universidad de Murcia (Murcia, Spain), for his valuable contributions in the fields of mycology and mycorrhizal research.


description 1

754 

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MycoBank: MB824521.

Xylophallus clavatus T.S. Cabral, M.P. Martín, C.R. Clement, K. Hosaka & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In reference to its basidiome shape.


description 1

755 

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MycoBank: MB825300.

Zymoseptoria crescenta Abrinbana, Abdollahz. & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its characteristic crescent-shaped conidia


description 1

756 

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MycoBank: MB825397.

Araucasphaeria Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name combines the host genus, Araucaria, and the related fungal genus, Teratosphaeria


MycoBank: MB825398.

Araucasphaeria foliorum Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the fact that the fungus occurs on leaves.


description 1

757 

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MycoBank: MB825399.

Corynespora pseudocassiicola Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the morphological similarity to Corynespora cassiicola.


description 1

758 

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MycoBank: MB825400.

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


description 1

759 

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MycoBank: MB825401.

Pseudoarthrographis Crous & Thangavel, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a similarity to the genus Arthrographis


MycoBank: MB825402.

Pseudoarthrographis phlogis Crous & Thangavel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Phlox, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

760 

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MycoBank: MB825403.

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


description 1

761 

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MycoBank: MB825404.

Acrodontium metrosideri Crous & Thangavel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Metrosideros, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

762 

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MycoBank: MB825405.

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


description 1

763 

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MycoBank: MB825406.

Neometulocladosporiella Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the fact that it is similar to Metulocladosporiella


MycoBank: MB825407.

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


description 1

764 

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MycoBank: MB825408.

Myrotheciomycetaceae Crous, fam. nov..
Classification — Myrotheciomycetaceae, Hypocreales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825409.

Myrotheciomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a similarity to the genus Myrothecium.


MycoBank: MB825410.

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


description 1

765 

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MycoBank: MB825411.

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


description 1

766 

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MycoBank: MB825412.

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


description 1

767 

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MycoBank: MB825413.

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


description 1

768 

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MycoBank: MB825414.

Neolauriomycetaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Neolauriomycetaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825415.

Neolauriomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Named reflects a similarity to the genus Lauriomyces.


MycoBank: MB825416.

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


description 1

769 

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MycoBank: MB825417.

Nullicamyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Nullica State Forest, Australia, where this
fungus was collected..


MycoBank: MB825418.

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


description 1

770 

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MycoBank: MB825419.

Porodiplodiaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Porodiplodiaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825420.

Porodiplodia Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to a morphological similarity to the genus Diplodia, but with conidia having a minute basal pore in the hilum.


MycoBank: MB825421.

Porodiplodia livistonae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Livistona from which it was isolated.


description 1

771 

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MycoBank: MB825422.

Tracyllalales Crous, ord. nov.
Classification — Porodiplodiaceae, Helotiales, Leotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825423.

Tracyllaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Tracyllaceae, Tracyllalales, Sordariomycetes.
.


MycoBank: MB825424.

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


description 1

772 

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MycoBank: MB825425.

Elsinoë elaeocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Elaeocarpus, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

773 

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MycoBank: MB825426.

Idriellomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects a similarity to the genus Idriella.


MycoBank: MB825427.

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


description 1

774 

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MycoBank: MB825428.

Cyanodermella banksiaeCrous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Banksia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

775 & 776 

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MycoBank: MB825429.

Periconia cyperacearum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Cyperaceae, the host family from which this fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB825430.

Paracladophialophoraceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Paracladophialophoraceae, Chaetothyriales, Eurotiomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825431.

Paracladophialophora cyperacearum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Cyperaceae, the host family from which this fungus was collected


description 1

777 

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MycoBank: MB825432.

Teratosphaeria sieberi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus sieberi, the species from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

778 

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MycoBank: MB825433.

Sporidesmiales Crous, ord. nov.
Classification — Sporidesmiaceae, Sporidesmiales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB825434.

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


description 1

779 

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MycoBank: MB825435.

Discosia macrozamiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Macrozamia, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

780 

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MycoBank: MB825436.

Didymocyrtis brachylaenae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Brachylaena, the host genus from which this
fungus was collected..


description 1

781 

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MycoBank: MB825437.

Elsinoë leucopogonis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Leucopogon, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


description 1

782 

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MycoBank: MB825438.

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


description 1

783 

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MycoBank: MB825439.

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


description 1

784 

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MycoBank: MB825440.

Didymella cari Armstrong-Cho, Banniza & Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Carum, one of the host genera from which this fungus was collected


description 1

785 & 786 

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MycoBank: MB828165.

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


MycoBank: MB828166.

Falcocladium africanum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Africa, the continent where this fungus was
collected.


description 1

787 

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MycoBank: MB828167.

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


description 1

788 

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MycoBank: MB828168.

Harknessia corymbiicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to Corymbia, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

789 

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MycoBank: MB828169.

Pseudoplagiostoma corymbiicola Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Corymbia, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

790 

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MycoBank: MB828170.

Thelonectria pelargonii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Pelargonium, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

791 

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MycoBank: MB828171.

Pseudopithomyces angolensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Angola, the country where this species was
collected.


description 1

792 

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MycoBank: MB828172.

Gnomoniopsis angolensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Angola, the country where this fungus was
collected


description 1

793 

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MycoBank: MB828247.

Neomelanconiellaceae Crous, fam. nov.


MycoBank: MB828246.

Neomelanconiella Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Melanconiella, a genus which is morphologically
similar.


MycoBank: MB828173.

Neomelanconiella combreti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Combretum, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

794 

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MycoBank: MB828174.

Monilochaetes melastomae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Melastoma, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

795 

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MycoBank: MB828175.

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


description 1

796 

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MycoBank: MB828179.

Neodevriesia coccolobae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Coccoloba, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

797 

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MycoBank: MB828180.

Neodevriesia tabebuiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Tabebuia, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

798 

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MycoBank: MB828181.

Alfaria tabebuiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Tabebuia, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

799 & 800 

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MycoBank: MB828182.

Vermiculariopsiella lauracearum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Laurus, the host genus from which this fungus
was isolated.


MycoBank: MB828183.

Anungitopsis lauri Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Laurus, the host genus from which this fungus
was isolated.


description 1

801 

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MycoBank: MB828187.

Pararamichloridium caricicola I, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Carum, one of the host genera from which
this fungus was collected


description 1

802 

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MycoBank: MB828188.

Coniella diospyri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Diospyros, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

803 

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MycoBank: MB828189.

Pseudorobillarda bolusanthi Crous, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to Bolusanthus, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

804 

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MycoBank: MB828190.

Neomyrmecridium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Myrmecridium.


MycoBank: MB828191.

Neomyrmecridium septatum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its septate conidia.


description 1

805 

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MycoBank: MB828248.

Xenodactylariaceae Crous, fam. nov.


MycoBank: MB828193.

Xenodactylaria Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Dactylaria.


MycoBank: MB828194.

Xenodactylaria thailandica Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Thailand, the country where this fungus was
collected.


description 1

806 

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MycoBank: MB828195.

Neomyrmecridium asiaticum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Asia, the continent where this fungus was
collected


description 1

807 

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MycoBank: MB828249.

Neoeucasphaeria Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Eucasphaeria.


MycoBank: MB828196.

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


description 1

808 

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MycoBank: MB828197.

Polyphialoseptoria natalensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the KwaZulu-Natal Province in South Africa,
where this fungus was collected.


description 1

809 

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MycoBank: MB828198.

Fumagopsis stellae Crous & Carnegie, sp. nov.
Etymology.
A fungus with star-shaped conidia, named for Stella Carnegie,
the star of the Carnegie family.


description 1

810 

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MycoBank: MB828199.

Cymostachys thailandica Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Thailand, the country where this fungus was
collected.


description 1

811 

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MycoBank: MB828200.

Fusculinaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Fusculinaceae, Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes.


MycoBank: MB828201.

Fusculina eucalyptorum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

812 

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MycoBank: MB828202.

Neodevriesia metrosideri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Metrosideros, the host genus from which this
fungus was isolated.


description 1

813 

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MycoBank: MB828203.

Gnomoniopsis rosae Crous, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to Rosa, the host genus from which this fungus
was isolated.


description 1

814 

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MycoBank: MB828204.

Neocelosporiales Crous, ord. nov.


MycoBank: MB828205.

Neocelosporiaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Classification — Neocelosporiaceae, Neocelosporiales,
Dothideomycetes.


MycoBank: MB828206.

Neocelosporium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to the genus Celosporium.


MycoBank: MB828207.

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


description 1

815 

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MycoBank: MB828208.

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


description 1

816 

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MycoBank: MB828209.

Neofitzroyomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name relfects its morphological similarity to the genus Fitzroyomyces.


MycoBank: MB828210.

Neofitzroyomyces nerii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Nerium, the host genus from which this fungus
was isolated.


description 1

817 

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MycoBank: MB828211.

Corynespora thailandica Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Thailand, the country where this fungus was
collected.


description 1

818 

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MycoBank: MB828212.

Teratosphaeria gracilis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Eucalyptus gracilis, the host species from
which this fungus was isolated


description 1

819 

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MycoBank: MB828213.

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


description 1

820 

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MycoBank: MB828214.

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


description 1

821 

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MycoBank: MB828081.

Absidia terrestris Rosas de Paz, Dania García, Guarro, Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the substrate from which the fungus was recovered
(soil).


description 1

822 

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MycoBank: MB825171.

Amanita paludosa Bulyonk., Filippova & O.V. Morozova, sp. nov.
Etymology. T
he epithet paludosa (boggy) refers to the preferred habitat
of the species.


description 1

823 

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MycoBank: MB828262.

Calonectria hemileiae S.S. Salcedo, A.A. Colmán, H.C. Evans & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its host, Hemileia vastatrix, the coffee leaf rust
fungus.


description 1

824 

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MycoBank: MB824127.

Calvatia caatinguensis R.L. Oliveira, R.J. Ferreira, B.D.B. Silva, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the biome in which it was collected.


description 1

825 

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MycoBank: MB827451.

Carolinigaster M.E. Sm. & S. Cruz, gen. nov.
Etymology.
The genus name Carolinigaster refers to North Carolina, the
region where this truffle was collected, and ‘gaster’ (Greek for ‘stomach’) in
reference to the fact that the spores of this truffle species are enclosed inside
of the fruiting body.


MycoBank: MB827455.

Carolinigaster bonitoi M.E. Sm. & S. Cruz, sp. nov
Etymology.
The epithet bonitoi is given in reference to mycologist Gregory
Bonito – a truffle expert, North Carolina native, and co-collector of the type
specimen


description 1

826 

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MycoBank: MB826812.

Cercospora solani-betacei B.W. Ferreira & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Referring to the host, Solanum betaceum, from which it was
described.


description 1

827 

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MycoBank: MB827981.

Acaulium pannemaniae Sandoval-Denis, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Amina Panneman, 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.


description 1

828 

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MycoBank: MB828025.

Gibellulopsis simonii Giraldo López, sp. nov.
Etymology.
simonii, refers to the name of the collector of the ex-type
strain, Simon van Stuijvenberg. 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.


description 1

829 

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MycoBank: MB828215.

Fusicolla septimanifiniscientiae L. Lombard & Hern.-Restr., sp. nov..
Etymology.
From Latin septimana- meaning week, fini- meaning the end
of, and scientiae- meaning science. Named after the ‘Weekend of Science’.


description 1

830 

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MycoBank: MB828216.

Lasionectria hilhorstii L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Tjidde Hilhorst, 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.


description 1

831 

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MycoBank: MB828022.

Leptodiscella rintelii Hern.-Restr., sp. nov.
Etymology.
rintelii, refers to the name of the collector of the ex-type
strain, Marinus Rintel. 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.


description 1

832 

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MycoBank: MB828245.

Sarocladiaceae L. Lombard, fam. nov.
Classification — Sarocladiaceae, Hypocreales, Sordariomycetes.


MycoBank: MB828217.

Parasarocladium debruynii L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Remco de Bruyn, 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.


description 1

833 

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MycoBank: MB828023.

Conioscypha boutwelliae Hern.-Restr., sp. nov.
Etymology.
boutwelliae, refers to the name of the collector of the ex-type
strain, Katrina Boutwell. 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.


description 1

834 

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MycoBank: MB828218.

Sarocladium dejongiae L. Lombard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Astrid de Jong, 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.


description 1

835 

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MycoBank: MB828024.

Lectera nordwiniana Giraldo López, sp. nov
Etymology.
nordwiniana, refers to the school named ‘Nordwin College’
where the soil sample was collected by the students Dylan van der Pol,
Rémon Verf, Joost Wilks and Mathis de Ruiter. 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.


description 1

836 

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MycoBank: MB824737.

Clathrus natalensis G.S. Medeiros, Melanda, T.S. Cabral, B.D.B Silva & Baseia, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named in reference to the type locality, Natal City.


description 1

837 

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MycoBank: MB827627.

Colletotrichum arboricola M. Zapata, M.A. Palma & Piont., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to being a tree inhabitant


description 1

838 

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MycoBank: MB827977.

Diaporthe poincianellae T.G.L Oliveira, O.M.C. Magalhães & J.D.P. Bezerra, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Poincianella, the host plant genus from which
it was isolated.


description 1

839 

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MycoBank: MB827526.

Entoloma silvae-frondosae Dima, O.V. Morozova, Noordel., Brandrud & Krisai, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the habitat of the species in broad-leaved
forests.


description 1

840 

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MycoBank: MB827527.

Entoloma tiliae Brandrud, O.V. Morozova, Dima, Bendiksen & Noordel., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the occurrence of the species with Tilia
spp., in calcareous Tilia forests and parks with Tilia.


description 1

841 

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MycoBank: MB827509.

Fistulinella olivaceoalba T.H.G. Pham, Y.C. Li & O.V. Morozova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the white and olivaceous colours of the
basidiomata.


description 1

842 

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MycoBank: MB825194.

Geastrum piquiriunense Accioly, A.A. Lima, J.O. Sousa, M.P. Martín & Baseia,
sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to ‘Piquiri-Una’ environmental preservation area
in Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil, where the type specimen was collected,
around a community at the margins of Catu River. In Tupi-Guarani indigenous
language, piquiri means ‘river with little fishes’; una means black, dark.


description 1

843 

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MycoBank: MB827824.

Ganoderma chocoense J.A. Flores, C.W. Barnes, & Ordoñez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the locality were the species was collected


description 1

844 

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MycoBank: MB827978.

Geosmithia carolliae A.O.B. Cunha, A.R. Machado & Souza-Motta, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the host from which it was isolated, Carollia
perspicillata.


description 1

845 

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MycoBank: MB827825.

Geosmithia xerotolerans Rodr.-Andrade, Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek ξερός-, dry, and Latin -tolerans, tolerance, due
to the ability of this fungus to grow on culture media with a low water activity.


description 1

846 

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MycoBank: MB823555.

Henningsia resupinata A.M.S. Soares & Ryvarden, sp. nov.
Etymology.
(L.) resupinata, bent, referring to the shape of the basidiomata.


description 1

847 

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MycoBank: MB823058.

Inocybe roseascens Bizio, Bahram, Tedersoo, Orzes & Saitta, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the colour of the pileus and stipe


description 1

848 

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MycoBank: MB825499.

Kwoniella endophytica A.M. Glushakova & Kachalkin, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to the original endophytic isolations from different
fruit tissues.


description 1

849 

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MycoBank: MB827980.

Lareunionomyces loeiensis Pinruan, Nuankaew & P. Khamsuntorn, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the location where the fungus was collected, Loei
province, Thailand.


description 1

850 

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MycoBank: MB827965.

Lasiosphaeria miniovina A.N. Mill. & Huhndorf, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet refers to this species resembling a smaller
version of L. ovina


description 1

851 

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MycoBank: MB828085.

Neocochlearomyces Pinruan, Sommai, Suetrong, J.Z. Groenew. & Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to its morphological similarity to Cochlearomyces.


MycoBank: MB828926.

Neocochlearomyces chromolaenae Pinruan, Sommai, Suetrong, J.Z. Groenew.& Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name reflects the genus from which it was isolated, Chromolaena.


description 1

852 

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MycoBank: MB825000.

Ophiocordyceps houaynhangensis Keochanpheng, Thanakitp., Mongkols. &
Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the place where the species was found – Houay
Nhang Conservation Forest, Vientiane Province, Laos.


description 1

853 

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MycoBank: MB825108.

Orbilia amarilla Quijada & Baral, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Spanish: amarilla = yellow, after the yellow-orange apothecial
colour, which coincides with the locality name Llanos de Amarilla.


description 1

854 

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MycoBank: MB827860.

Penicillium fortuitum Visagie & Seifert, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Latin, fortuitum, meaning fortuitous, named in reference
to the new species having only one representative strain amongst ~2 000
Penicillium strains isolated during this project.


description 1

855 

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MycoBank: MB827182.

Penicillium guaibinense J.P. Andrade, C.N. Figueiredo, R.P. Nascimento, P.A.S. Marbach, & J.T. De Souza, sp. nov.
Etymology.
guaibinense, refers to Guaibim, an environmental protection
area located in Bahia, Brazil, from where this species was collected


description 1

856 

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MycoBank: MB827635.

Periconia caespitosa Cantillo, Gusmão & Madrid, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after its conidiophores that developed in tufts or dense
patches.


description 1

857 

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MycoBank: MB828184.

Phaeothecaceae B.A. Darveaux, fam. nov..
Classification — Phaeothecaceae, Capnodiales, Dothideomycetes.


MycoBank: MB826890.

Phaeotheca shathenatiana B.A. Darveaux, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From the first three letters of my children’s names, Shawn, Theresa and Natalie.


description 1

858 

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MycoBank: MB824660.

Pseudocercospora styracina V.P. Abreu & O.L. Pereira, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name derived from its host genus, Styrax.


description 1

859 

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MycoBank: MB828082.

Pseudopenidiella gallaica Iturrieta-González, Dania García, Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Spanish region where the species was collected.


description 1

860 

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MycoBank: MB826968.

Pseudopyricularia persiana G. Ghorbani, Pordel & Jav.-Nikkh., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the old name of Iran, Persia.


description 1

861 

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MycoBank: MB826753.

Pythium wohlseniorum J.E. Blair, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named in honour of Carolyn W. and Robert S. Wohlsen, who
founded Millport Conservancy in Lititz, Pennsylvania, USA in 1969.


description 1

862 

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MycoBank: MB827982.

Simplicillium filiforme R.M.F. Silva, R.J.V. Oliveira, Souza-Motta, J.L. Bezerra &
G.A. Silva, sp. nov..
Etymology.
The name refers to the filiform shape of its conidia.


description 1

863 

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MycoBank: MB863440.

Superstratomyces tardicrescens Valenz.-Lopez, Rodr.-Andrade, Cano, Guarro & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin tarde-, slowly, and -crescens, growing, due to the
slow growing rates of the colonies on culture media.


description 1

864 

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MycoBank: MB828092.

Talaromyces iowaense Jurjević, G. Perrone, S.W. Peterson, A. Susca, F. Epifani, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named for Iowa, USA, where the fungal culture was isolated


description 1

865 

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MycoBank: MB827077.

Thozetella pindobacuensis T.A.B. Santos, L.B. Conç. & Gusmão, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the municipality of Pindobaçu where this fungus
was collected.


description 1

866 

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MycoBank: MB827438.

Xenosonderhenia coussapoae J.L. Alves & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host genus from which it was isolated,
Coussapoa.


description 1

867 

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MycoBank: MB826918.

Xylodon jacobaeus J. Fernández-López, M. Dueñas, M.P. Martín & Telleria, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Santi Jacobi Insula, Latin name for Santiago
Island, Cape Verde Archipelago, where it was collected.

 

 

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