Recent Species

Genus: Paralulworthia
Class: Sordariomycetes Subclass: Lulworthiomycetidae
Order: Lulworthiales
Family: Lulworthiaceae
posidoniae

Genus: Paralulworthia
Class: Sordariomycetes Subclass: Lulworthiomycetidae
Order: Lulworthiales
Family: Lulworthiaceae
gigaspora

Genus: Annabella
Class: Leotiomycetes
Order: Helotiales
Family: Cordieritidaceae
australiensis

Genus: Roussoella
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Thyridariaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
nitidula

Genus: Pontoporeia
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Halotthiaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
biturbinata

Genus: Neocamarosporium
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Neocamarosporiaceae Wanas., Wijayaw., Crous & K.D. Hyde, Studies in Mycology 87: 245 (2017), Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
phragmitis

Genus: Morosphaeria
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Morosphaeriaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
muthupetensis

Genus: Kirschsteiniothelia
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Kirschsteiniotheliaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
phoenicis

Genus: Halobyssothecium
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Lentitheciaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
obiones

Genus: Falciformispora
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Pleosporaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
lignatilis

Higher Classification - Part 4


PART 4

Updated 23 November 2020

5. PATELLARIALES D. Hawksw. & O.E. Erikss., Syst. Ascomyc. 5: 181 (1986)

Patellariaceae Corda, Icon. Fung. 2: 37 (1838)

Banhegyia L. Zeller & Tóth, Sydowia 14: 326 (1960)

  1. B. setispora L. Zeller & Tóth, Sydowia 14: 327 (1960)

Patellaria Fr., Syst. Mycol. (Lindae) 2(1): 158 (1822)

  1. #P. apiculatae, Dayar. & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 82 (2020) on decaying Rhizophora apiculata
  2. #P. atrata (Hedw.) Fr., Syst. Mycol. (Lundae) 2(1): 158 (1822)(on woodytissue, mangrove)

6. JAHNULALES K.L. Pang, Abdel-Wahab, El-Shar., E.B.G. Jones & Sivichai, Mycol. Res. 106(9): 1033 (2002)

Aliquandostipitaceae Inderb., Am. J. Bot. 88(1): 54 (2001)

*Xylomyces Goos, R.D. Brooks & Lamore, Mycologia 69: 282 (1977)

  1. #X. chlamydosporus Goos, R.D. Brooks & Lamore, Mycologia 69(2): 282 (1977)(on wood)
  2. X. rhizophorae Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Fungal Diversity 1: 160 (1998)

Manglicolaceae Suetrong & E.B.G. Jones, Fungal Divers. 51: 183 (2011)

Manglicola Kohlm. & E. Kohlm., Mycologia 63(4): 840 (1971)

  1. #M. guatemalensis Kohlm. & E. Kohlm., Mycologia 63(4): 841 (1971)(on Nypa palm in brachish water)

 7. VENTURIALES Yin. Zhang & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 51: 249-277 (2011)

Sympoventuriaceae Yin. Zhang, C.L. Schoch & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 51: 251 (2011)

*Ochroconis de Hoog & Arx, Kavaka 1: 57 (1973)

  1. O. constricta (E.V. Abbott) de Hoog & Arx, Kavaka 1: 57 (1973)
  2. O. humicola (G.L. Barron & Lv. Busch) de Hoog & Arx, Kavaka 1: 57 (1973)

Dothideomycetes Incertae sedis

Aquamarina Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Mycol. Res. 100(4): 393 (1996)

  1. A. speciosa Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Mycol. Res. 100(4): 393 (1996)

8. DYFROLOMYCETALES K.L. Pang, K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Fungal Divers. 63: 7 (2013)

Pleurotremataceae Walt. Watson (= Dyfrolomycetaceae K.D. Hyde et al.) New Phytologist 28: 113 (1929)

Dyfrolomyces K.D. Hyde, K.L. Pang, Alias, Suetrong & E.B.G. Jones, Cryptog. Mycol. 34: 227 (2013)

  1. #D. mangrovei (K.D. Hyde) K.D. Hyde, K.L. Pang, Alias, Suetrong& E.B.G. Jones, Cryptog. Mycol. 34(3): 228 (2013)
  2. #D. marinospora (K.D. Hyde) K.D. Hyde, K.L. Pang, Alias, Suetrong& E.B.G. Jones, Cryptog. Mycol. 34(3): 228 (2013)
  3. #D. neothailandicus, Dayarathne, Jones E.B.G. & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 78 (2020) on decaying submerged wood of Rhizophora
  4. D. phetchaburiensis Dayar., E.B.G. Jones & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 87: 33 (2017) 
  5. #D. rhizophorae (K.D. Hyde) K.D. Hyde, K.L. Pang, Alias, Suetrong & E.B.G. Jones, Cryptog. Mycol. 34(3): 228 (2013)
  6. #D. tiomanensis K.L. Pang, S.A. Alias, K.D. Hyde, Suetrong & E.B.G. Jones, Cryptog. Mycol. 34(3): 228 (2013)
  7.  

*Helicorhoidion S. Hughes, Can. J. Bot. 36(6): 773 (1958)

  1. H. nypicola K.D. Hyde & Goh, Mycol. Res. 103(11): 1420 (1999)(On Nypa fruticans, mangove)

Class: Collemopsidiomycetes Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel, T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 153 (2018)

1. COLLEMOPSIDIALES Pérez-Ort., Garrido-Ben. & Grube, Fungal Diversity 80: 296 (2016)

Xanthopyreniaceae Zahlbr., Syst. Lich.: 91 (1926)

Collemopsidium Nyl., Flora (Regensburg) 64: 6 (1881)

  1. C. pneumatophorae (Kohlm.) Aptroot, Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 2. Conspectus of Mycosphaerella: 160 (2006)

Class: Eurotiomycetes O.E. Erikss. & Winka, Myconet 1: 6 (1997)

Subclass: Eurotiomycetidae Doweld, Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum, Tentamen systematis plantarum vascularium (Tracheophyta): LXXVIII (2001)

1. ONYGENALES Cif. ex Benny & Kimbr., Mycotaxon 12(1): 8 (1980)

Gymnoascaceae Baran., Bot. Ztg. 30: 158 (1872)

Arachniotus J. Schröt., Kryptogamen-Flora von Schlesien 3-2(8): 210 (1893)

  1. A. littoralis (G.F. Orr) Arx, Persoonia 9(3): 397 (1977)

Gymnascella Peck, Annual Report on the New York State Museum of Natural History 35: 143 (1884)

  1. G. dankaliensis (Castell.) Currah, Mycotaxon 24: 77 (1985)

Myxotrichaceae Locq. ex Currah, Mycotaxon 24: 103 (1985)

*Oidiodendron Robak, Nytt Magazin for Naturvidenskapene 71: 245 (1932)

  1. O. griseum Robak, in Melin & Nannfeldt, Svensk Skogsvårdsförening Tidskr. 3-4: 440 (1934)

Onygyneaceae Berk., Introduction to Crypt. Bot.: 272 (1857)

Auxarthron G.F. Orr & Kuehn, in Orr, Kuehn & Plunkett, Can. J. Bot. 41: 1439 (1963)

  1. #A. ostraviense, Hubka, Dobiášová & M. Kolařík, Medical Mycol. 50: 619 (2012), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea

Chrysosporium Corda, Deutschlands Flora, Abt. III. Die Pilze Deutschlands 3-13: 85 (1833)

  1. C. merdarium (Link) J.W. Carmich., Can. J. Bot. 40 (8): 1160 (1962)

Xanthothecium Arx & Samson, Persoonia 7 (3): 377 (1973)

  1. X. peruvianum (Cain) Arx & Samson, Persoonia 7 (3): 377 (1973) (isolated from marine corals)

2. EUROTIALES G.W. Martin ex Benny & Kimbr., Mycotaxon 12(1): 23 (1980)

Monascaceae J. Schröt., Nat. Pflanzenfamilien: 148 (1894)

Cephalotrichum Link, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3 (1): 20 (1809)

  1. *C. stemonitis (Pers.) Nees, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3 (1): 20 (1809)

*#Xeromyces L.R. Fraser, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. 78: 245 (1953)

  1. X. bisporus L.R. Fraser, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. 78: 245 (1954)

Aspergillaceae Link, Abh. dt. Akad. Wiss. Berlin: 165 (1826)

*Aspergillus P. Micheli ex Haller, Hist Stirp Helv 3: 113 (1768)

  1. #A. aculeatus Iizuka, J. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan: 807 (1953)
  2. A. amstelodami Thom & Church, The Genus Aspergillus: 113 (1926)
  3. A. awamori Nakaz., Rep. Gov. Res. Inst. Formosa: 1 (1907)
  4. #A. candidus Link, Mag. Gesell. Naturf. Freunde, Berlin 3(1-2): 16 (1809)
  5. A. carbonarius (Bainier) Thom, in Thom & Currie, J. Agric. Res. 7: 12 (1916)
  6. #A. carneus Blochwitz, Annls. Mycol. 31(1/2): 81 (1933)
  7. A. clavatus Desm., Annales des Sciences NaturellesBotanique 2: 71 (1834)
  8. A. cervinus Massee, Bull. Misc. Inf., Kew 1914: 158 (1914)
  9. A. chevalieri Thom & Church, The Genus Aspergillus: 111 (1926)
  10. #A. conicus Blochwitz Annales Mycologici 12 (1): 38 (1914) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  11. #A. creberjurjević, S.W. Peterson & B.W. Horn, IMA Fungus 3 (1): 69 (2012) (isolated from corals)
  12. A. cristatus Raper & Fennell, The Genus Aspergillus: 169 (1965)
  13. A. ficuum (Reichardt) Thom & Currie, J. Agric. Res. 7: 12 (1916)
  14. A. fischeri Wehmer, Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, Abt. II 18: 390 (1907)
  15. A. flavipes (Bainier & R. Sartory) Thom & Church, Manual of the Aspergilli: 179 (1926) (isolated from corals)
  16. #A. flavus Link, Mag. Gesell. Naturf. Freunde Berlin 3: 16 (1809)
  17. #A. foetidus Thom & Raper, Manual of the Aspergilli: 219 (1945)
  18. #A. fumigatus Fresen., Beitr. Mykol. 3: 81 (1863) (isolated from corals)
  19. A. glaucus (L.) Link, Mag. Gesell. Naturf. Freunde Berlin 3(1-2): 82 (1809)
  20. #A. gracilis Bainier, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 23(2): 92 (1907)
  21. A. heyangensis Z.T. Qi, Z.M. Sun & Yu X. Wang, Acta Mycol. Sinica: 81 (1994) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  22. A. insuetus (Bainier) Thom & Church, Manual of the Aspergilli: 153 (1929)(isolated from brown alga Padina)
  23. A. insulicola Montem. & A.R. Santiago, Mycopathologia 55 (2): 130 (1975) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  24. A. jensenii Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & B.W. Horn, IMA Fungus 3 (1): 70 (2012) (isolated from corals)
  25. A. kanagawaensis Nehira, J. Jap. Bot.: 109 (1951)
  26. A. melleus Yukawa, J. Coll. Agric. Imp. Univ. Tokyo: 358 (1911)
  27. A. nidulans (Eidam) G. Winter, Rabenhorst's Kryptogamen-Flora, Pilze - Ascomyceten 1(2): 62 (1884)
  28. #A. niger Tiegh., Annal. Sci. Natur. Bot. 8: 240 (1867)(Isolated from deep sea sediments)
  29. #A. nomius Kurtzman, B.W. Horn & Hesselt., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 53(3): 151 (1987)
  30. A. nutans McLennan & Ducker, Aust. J. Bot. 2(3): 355 (1954)
  31. #A. ochraceus K. Wilh., Beit Kenntni Pilzgattung Aspergillus: 66 (1877)
  32. #A. ochraceopetaliformis Bat. & Maia, Anais Soc. Biol. Pernambuco 15(1): 213 (1957)
  33. A. ostianus Wehmer, Bot. Zbl.: 461 (1897)
  34. #A. penicillioides Speg., Revta. Fac. Agron. Vet. Univ. Na.c La Plata 2: 245 (1896)(isolated from deep sea sediments)
  35. A. protuberus Munt.-Cvetk., Mikrobiologiya 5: 119 (1968)
  36. A. pseudodeflectus Samson & Mouch., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 41(3): 345 (1975)
  37. A. pulverulentus (McAlpine) Wehmer, Bot. Zentralbl.: 394 (1907)
  38. A. puulaauensis Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & B.W. Horn, IMA Fungus 3 (1): 71 (2012) (isolated from corals)
  39. A. repens (Corda) Sacc., Michelia 2(8): 577 (1882)
  40. #A. restrictus G. Sm., J. Textile Res. Inst.: 115 (1931) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  41. #A. ruber Thom & Church, The Aspergilli: 112 (1926)
  42. #A. sclerotiorum G.A. Huber, Phytopathology 23: 306 (1933)
  43. A. subsessilis Raper & Fennell, The Genus Aspergillus: 530 (1965)
  44. #A. sydowii (Bainier & Sartory) Thom & Church, The Aspergilli: 147 (1926) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  45. A. taichungensis Yaguchi, Someya & Udagawa, Mycoscience 36(4): 421 (1995)
  46. #A. tamarii Kita, Centralbl. Bakteriol., Abt. 2: 433 (1913)
  47. #A. terreus Thom, Am. J. Bot. 5 (2): 85 (1918)
  48. A. terricola É.J. Marchal, Rev. Mycol. (Toulouse): 101 (1893)
  49. #A. tubingensis Mosseray, La Cellule 43: 245 (1934)
  50. #A. unguis (Weill & L. Gaudin) Dodge, Medical mycology. Fungous diseases of men and other mammals: 637 (1935)
  51. #A. ustus (Bainier) Thom & Church, The Aspergilli: 152 (1926)
  52. #A. versicolor (Vuill.) Tirab., Ann. Bot.: 9 (1908) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  53. A. wentii Wehmer, Centralbl. Bakteriol.: 150 (1896)
  54. A. westerdijkiae Frisvad & Samson, Stud. Mycol. 50(1): 30 (2004)
    Additional species:
  55. A. allahabadii B.S. Mehrotra & Agnihotri, Mycologia 54 (4): 400 (1962)
  56. A. avenaceus G. Sm., Transactions of the British Mycological Society 26 (1-2): 24 (1943)
  57. A. lucknowensis J.N. Rai, J.P. Tewari & S.C. Agarwal, Canadian Journal of Botany 46 (12): 1483 (1968)
  58. A. multicolor Sappa, Allionia 2 (1): 87 (1954)
  59. A. paradoxus Fennell & Raper, Mycologia 47: 69 (1955)
  60. A. parasiticus Speare, Bull. Div. Pathol. Physiol., Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc. Exp. Sta.: 38 (1912)
  61. A. aeneus Sappa, Allionia 2 (1): 84 (1954)
  62. A. brunneouniseriatus Suj. Singh & B.K. Bakshi, Trans. Br. mycol. Soc. 44(2): 160 (1961)
  63. A. curviformis H.J. Chowdhery & J.N. Rai, Nova Hedwigia 32(1): 231 (1980)
  64. A. flavescens Wreden, Saccardo's Syll. fung. IV: 70; XII: 860; XIX: 117
  65. A. giganteus Wehmer, Mém. Soc. Phys. Hist. nat. Genève 33(2): 85 (1901)
  66. A. globosus Link, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3 (1): 33 (1809)
  67. A. janus Raper & Thom, Mycologia 36 (6): 556 (1944)
  68. A. japonicus Saito, Bot. Mag. Tokyo: 61 (1906)
  69. A. panamensis Raper & Thom, Mycologia 36 (6): 568 (1944)
  70. A. penicilliformis Kamyschko, Botanicheskie Materialy Otdela Sporovyh Rastenij Botanicheskogo Instituti Imeni V.L. Komarova 16: 91 (1963)
  71. A. phoenicis (Corda) Thom, Journal of Agricultural Research 7: 14 (1916)
  72. A. puniceus Kwon-Chung & Fennell, The Genus Aspergillus: 547 (1965)
  73. A. rugulosus Thom & Raper, Mycologia 31 (6): 660 (1939)
  74. A. stellatus Curzi, Rendic. Accad. naz. Lincei: 424-428 (1934)
  75. A. striatus J.N. Rai, J.P. Tewari & Mukerji, Canadian Journal of Botany 42 (11): 1521 (1964)
  76. A. sulphureus (Fresen.) Wehmer, Mem. Soc. Phys. Genève: 113 (1901)
  77. A. varians Wehmer, Bot. Centralbl.: 460 (1899)
  78. A. violaceus Fennell & Raper, Mycologia 47: 75 (1955)
  79. # A. creber Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & B.W. Horn, IMA Fungus 3(1): 69 (2012) isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea.
  80. #A. foetidus Thom & Raper, Manual of the Aspergilli: 219 (1945), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea
  81. #A. fructus Jurjević, S.W. Peterson & B.W. Horn, IMA Fungus 3(1): 70 (2012), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea
  82. #A. micronesiensis, Visagie, Hirooka & Samson, in Samson, Visagie, Houbraken, Hong, Hubka, Klaassen, Perrone, Seifert, Susca, Tanney, Varga, Kocsubé, Szigeti, Yaguchi & Frisvad, Stud. Mycol. 78: 105 (2014), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea.
  83. #A. spelaeus, A. Nováková, Hubka, S.W. Peterson & M. Kolařík, in Hubka, Nováková, Kolarík, Varga, Jurjevic & Peterson, Mycologia 107(1): 194 (2015), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea.

*Dichotomomyces Saito ex D.B. Scott, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 55(2): 313 (1970)

  1. D. cejpii (Milko) D.B. Scott, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 55(2): 314 (1970)

Eupenicillium F. Ludw., Lehrbuch der Niederen Kryptogamen: 256, 257, 263 (1892)

  1. E. limosum S. Ueda, Mycoscience 36(4): 451 (1995)

Eurotium Link, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3 (1): 31, t. 2 :44 (1809)

  1. E. herbariorum (F.H. Wigg.) Link, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3 (1): 31 (1809)
  2. E. montevidense (Talice & J.A. Mackinnon) Malloch & Cain, Canadian Journal of Botany 50 (1): 64 (1972)
  3. E. rubrum Jos. König et al., Z. Untersuch. Nahrungs- Gen.smittel: 726 (1901)

*Emericella Berk., Intr. Crypt. Bot. (London): 340 (1857)

  1. E. nidulans (Eidam) Vuill., C. r. hebd. Sanc. Acad. Sci., Paris 184: 137 (1927)
  2. E. variecolor Berk. & Broome, Intr. Crypt. Bot. (London): 340 (1857)
  3. E. quadrilineata, Thom & Raper) C.R. Benj., Mycologia 47(5): 680 (1955), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea

Emericellopsis J.F.H. Beyma, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 6: 264 (1940)

  1. #Em. alkalina Bilanenko & Georgieva, IMA Fungus 4 (2): 222 (2013) (isolated from marine corals)
  2. #Em. cladophorae M. Gonçalves, T. Vicente & A. Alves, in Gonçalves, Vicente, Esteves & Alves, Mycologia: 10.1080/00275514.2019.1677448, 3 (2019), PORTUGAL. AVEIRO: Ria de Aveiro, isolated from Cladophora sp.,
  3. #Em. enteromorphae M. Gonçalves, T. Vicente & A. Alves, in Gonçalves, Vicente, Esteves & Alves, Mycologia: 10.1080/00275514.2019.1677448, 5 (2019), PORTUGAL. AVEIRO: Ria de Aveiro, isolated from Enteromorpha sp.
  4. #Em. maritima Beliakova, MikologiyaiFitopatologiya: 530 (1970) (isolated from marine corals)
  5. #Em. pallida Beliakova, MikologiyaiFitopatologiya 8: 386 (1974) (isolated from marine corals)
  6. #Em. phycophila M. Gonçalves, T. Vicente & A. Alves, in Gonçalves, Vicente, Esteves & Alves, Mycologia: 10.1080/00275514.2019.1677448, 7 (2019), PORTUGAL. AVEIRO: Ria de Aveiro, isolated from unidentified filamentous green alga, also isolated from Enteromorpha intestinalis, Gracilaria gracilis, Fucus spiralis, and Ulva sp.
  7. #Em. minima Stolk, Transactions of the British Mycological Society 38 (4): 419 (1955)
  8. #Em. terricola J.F.H. Beyma, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 6: 265 (1940)

*Neosartorya Malloch & Cain, Can. J. Bot. 50(12): 2620 (1973)

  1. N. aureola (Fennell & Raper) Malloch & Cain, Canadian Journal of Botany 50 (12): 2620 (1973)
  2. N. laciniosa S.B. Hong, Frisvad & Samson, Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 56(2): 484 (2006)
  3. N. paulistensis Y. Horie, Miyaji & Nishim., in Horie et al., Mycoscience 36(2): 163 (1995)
  4. N. tsunodae Yaguchi, Abliz & Y. Horie, Mycoscience 51(4): 261 (2010)

*Paecilomyces Bainier, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 23(1): 27 (1907)

  1. P. indicus J.N. Rai, J.P. Tewari & Mukerji, Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 38: 25 (1969)
  2. #P. variotii Bainier, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 23(1): 27 (1907)
  3. P. aerugineus Samson, Studies in Mycology 6: 20 (1974)

*Penicillium Link, Magazin der Gesellschaft Naturforschenden Freunde Berlin 3: 16 (1809)

  1. #P. adametzii K.W. Zaleski, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., Math. et Nat., Sér. B: 507 (1927), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea
  2. P. asperosporum G. Sm., Trans. Br. mycol. Soc. 48 (2): 275 (1965)
  3. #P. antarcticum A.D. Hocking & C.F. McRae, Polar Biology 21 (2): 103 (1999) (isolated from marine corals, alga Padina)
  4. #P. atrosanguineum B.X. Dong, ?esk Mykol. 27(3): 174 (1973)
  5. P. atramentosum Thom, U.S.D.A. Bu Animal Ind Bull 118: 65 (1910)
  6. P. attenuatum Kirichuk & Pivkin, in Kirichuk, Pivkin & Matveeva, Mycol. Progr. 16(1): 21 (2017)
  7. P. aurantiogriseum Dierckx, Ann. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles 25: 88 (1901)
  8. P. bilaiae Chalab., Notul. Syst. Sect. Cryptog. Inst. bot. Acad. Sci. U.S.S.R: 161-165 (1950)
  9. #P. brevicompactum Dierckx, Ann. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles 25: 88 (1901) (isolated from marine corals)
  10. P. camemberti Thom, Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Animal Ind. 82: 50 (1906)
  11. P. canesens Sopp, Monograph of Penicillium 11: 181 (1912) (isolated from marine corals)
  12. P. caseifulvum Lund, Filt. & Frisvad (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  13. P. chermesinum Biourge, La Cellule 33: 284-288 (1923)
  14. P. clavariiformis Solms [as 'clavariaeformis'], Ann. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg 6: 53 (1887)
  15. #P. chrysogenum Thom, Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Animal Ind. 118: 58 (1910) (isolated from marine corals)
  16. #P. citrinum Thom, U.S.D.A. Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin 118: 61 (1910) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  17. #P. citreonigrum Dierckx, Ann. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles 25: 86 (1901) (isolated from marine corals)
  18. #P. commune Thom, Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Animal Ind. 118: 56-57 (1910)
  19. P. corylophilum Dierckx, Annales de la Socit Scientifique de Bruxelles 25 (1): 86 (1901)
  20. P. crustosum Thom, The Penicillia: 399 (1930)
  21. P. decumbens Thom, Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Animal Ind. 181: 71 (1910)
  22. P. decaturense S.W. Peterson, E.M. Bayer & Wicklow, Mycologia 96 (6): 1290 (2005) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  23. P. dimorphosporum H.J. Swart, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 55(2): 310 (1970)
  24. P. dierckxii Biourge, La Cellule 33: 313 (1923) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  25. #P. dipodomyicola (Frisvad, Filt. & Wicklow) Frisvad, Integration of Modern Taxonomic Methods for Penicillium and Aspergillus Classification: 275 (2000) (isolated frfom deep sea sediments)
  26. P. diversum Raper & Fennell, Mycologia 40 (5): 539 (1948)
  27. P. dodgei Pitt, The genus Penicillium and its teleomorph states Eupenicillium and Talaromyces (London): 117 (1980)
  28. #P. dravuni Janso, Mycologia 97(2): 445 (2005)
  29. P. echinulatum Raper & Thom ex Fassat., Acta Universitatis Carolinae Biologica 12: 326 (1977)
  30. P. expansum Link, Mag. Gesell. Naturf. Freunde, Berlin 3(1-2): 54 (1809)
  31. P. glabrum (Wehmer) Westling, Ark. Bot. 11(1): 131 (1911)
  32. P. granulatum Bainier, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 21: 127 (1905)
  33. P. griseofulvum Dierckx, Ann. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles 25: 88 (1901)
  34. P. implicatum Biourge, La Cellule 33(1): 278 (1923)
  35. #P. inflatum Stolk & Malla, Persoonia 6 (2): 197 (1971) (isolated from marine corals)
  36. P. hirsutum Sartory & Bainier, Bull. Soc. mycol. Fr.: 373 (1913)
  37. P. janczewskii K.M. Zalessky, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., Math. Nat., Sr. B: 488 (1927) (isolated from marine corals)
  38. P. jejuense M.S. Park & Y.W. Lim, Mycologia 107 (1): 212 (2015)
  39. P. lanosum Westling, Ark. Bot. 11: 97 (1911)
  40. P. italicum Wehmer, Hedwigia 33: 211 (1894)
  41. P. lividum Westling, Ark. Bot. 11: 136 (1911)
  42. #P. lusitanum M. Gonçalves, L. Santos, B.M.V. Silva, A.C. Abreu, T.F.L. Vicente, A.C. Esteves & A. Alves, Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 39: 3014–3021 (2019) isolated from seawater in Portugal.
  43. P. jensenii K.M. Zalessky, Bulletin International de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres Srie B 1927: 494 (1927)
  44. P. madriti G. Sm., Transactions of the British Mycological Society 44 (1): 42-50 (1961)
  45. P. melinii Thom, The Penicillia: 273 (1930)
  46. P. miczynskii K.M. Zalessky, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., Math. Nat., Sr. B: 482 (1927)
  47. #P. minioluteum Dierckx, Ann. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles 25: 87 (1901)
  48. P. montanense M. Chr. & Backus, Mycologia 54(5): 574 (1963)
  49. P. multicolor Grig.-Man. & Porad., Arch. des Sciences Biol. Leningrad: 120 (1915)
  50. P. nalgiovense Laxa, Zentralblatt fr Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde Abteilung 2 86 (5-7): 160 (1932)
  51. #P. nothofagi Houbraken, Frisvad & Samson, Studies in Mycology 70: 105 (2011) (isolaetd from deep sea sediments)
  52. P. notatum Westling, Ark. Bot. 11: 95 (1911)
  53. #P. ochotense Kirichuk & Pivkin, in Kirichuk, Pivkin & Matveeva, Mycol. Progr. 16(1): 21 (2017
  54. #P. oxalicum Currie & Thom, J. Biol. Chem. 22(2): 289 (1915)
  55. P. ochrochloron Biourge, La Cellule 33(1): 269 (1923)
  56. P. palitans Westling, Arkiv fr Botanik 11 (1): 83 (1911)
  57. P. paneum Frisvad, in Boysen, Skouboe, Frisvad & Rossen, Microbiol., Reading 142(3): 546 (1996)
  58. #P. paxilli Bainier, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 23: 95 (1907) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  59. #P. piltuense Kirichuk & Pivkin, in Kirichuk, Pivkin & Matveeva, Mycol. Progr. 16(1): 19 (2017)
  60. P. purpurascens (Sopp) Biourge, La Cellule 33: 105 (1923)
  61. P. purpureogenum Stoll: 235-237 (1923)
  62. P. raistrickii G. Sm., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 18(1): 90 (1933)
  63. #P. ramusculum Bat. & H. Maia, Anais da Sociedade de Biologia de Pernambuco 13 (2): 27 (1955) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  64. P. resticulosum Birkinshaw, Raistrick & G. Sm., Bio-chemical Journal 36: 830 (1942)
  65. #P. restrictum J.C. Gilman & E.V. Abbott, J. Iowa State College, Sci. 1: 297 (1927)
  66. #P. roqueforti Thom, U.S.D.A. Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin 82: 35 (1906) (isolated from marine corals)
  67. P. roseopurpureum Dierckx, Annales de la Socit Scientifique de Bruxelles 25 (1): 86 (1901) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  68. #P. rubens Biourge, La Cellule 33: 265 (1923) (isolated from seep sea sediments)
  69. P. rugulosum Thom, Bull. U.S. Department of Agriculture 118: 60 (1910) 
  70. P. sacculum E. Dale, Annls. Mycol. 24(1/2): 137 (1926)
  71. P. sclerotiorum J.F.H. Beyma, Zentralblatt fr Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde Abteilung 2 96: 416 (1937)
  72. #P. simplicissimum (Oudem.) Thom, The Penicillia: 335 (1930)
  73. P. solitum Westling, Ark. Bot. 11: 52 (1911)
  74. P. spinulosum Thom, Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Animal Ind. 118: 76 (1910) (isolated from marine corals)
  75. P. steckii K.M. Zalessky, Bulletin International de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres Srie B 1927: 469 (1927) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  76. P. thomii Maire, Bull. Soc. Hist. Nat. Afr. N. 8: 189-192 (1917) (isolated from marine corals)
  77. #P. toxicarium I. Miyake, in Miyake, Naito & Sumida, Manual and Atlas of the Penicillia (Amsterdam): 125 (1940)
  78. P. variabile Sopp, Skrifter udgivne af Videnskabs-Selskabet i Christiania. Mathematisk-Naturvidenskabelig Klasse 11: 169 (1912)
  79. P. velutinum J.F.H. Beyma, Zentralblatt fr Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde Abteilung 2 91: 352 (1935)
  80. P. vermiculatum P.A. Dang., Le Botaniste 10: 123 (1907)
  81. #P. adametzii K.W. Zaleski, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., Math. et Nat., Sér. B: 507 (1927), isolated from the marine holothurian in the Tunisian Sea
  82. #P. lusitanum M. Gonçalves, L. Santos, B.M.V. Silva, A.C. Abreu, T.F.L. Vicente, A.C. Esteves & A. Alves, Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 39: 3014–3021 (2019) isolated from seawater in Portugal.
  83. P. vinaceum J.C. Gilman & E.V. Abbott, Iowa State College Journal of Science 1 (3): 299 (1927)
  84. #P. virgatum Nirenberg & Kwa?na, Mycol. Res. 109(9): 977 (2005)
  85. P. vulpinum (Cooke & Massee) Seifert & Samson, Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics: 144 (1985)
  86. P. waksmanii K.M. Zalessky, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., Math. et Nat., Sr. B: 468 (1927) (isolated from marine corals)

*Purpureocillium Luangsa-ard, Hywel-Jones, Houbraken & Samson, in Luangsa-ard, Houbraken, Doorn, Hong, Borman, Hywel-Jones & Samson, FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 321(2): 144 (2011)

  1. #P. lilacinum (Thom) Luangsa-ard, Houbraken, Hywel-Jones & Samson, in Luangsa-ard, Houbraken, Doorn, Hong, Borman, Hywel-Jones & Samson, FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 321(2): 144 (2011) (isolated from deep sea sediments) 

Talaromyces C.R. Benj., Mycologia 47: 681 (1955)

  1. T. flavus (Klcker) Stolk & Samson, Stud. Mycol. 2: 10 (1972)
  2. T. funiculosus (Thom) Samson, Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, Studies in Mycology 70: 176 (2011)
  3. T. helicus C.R. Benj., Mycologia 47(5): 684 (1955)
  4. T. minioluteus (Dierckx) Samson, N. Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, in Samson, Yilmaz, Houbraken, Spierenburg, Seifert, Peterson, Varga & Frisvad, Stud Mycol 70: 176 (2011)
  5. T. piceae (Raper & Fennell) Samson, N. Yilmaz, Houbraken, Spierenb., Seifert, Peterson, Varga & Frisvad [as 'piceus'], in Samson, Yilmaz, Houbraken, Spierenburg, Seifert, Peterson, Varga & Frisvad, Stud. Mycol. 70: 176 (2011)
  6. #T. pinophilus (Hedgc.) Samson, N. Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, in Samson et al., Stud. Mycol. 70: 176 (2011)
  7. #T. purpureogenus Samson et al., in Samson et al., Stud. Mycol. 70: 177 (2011)
  8. #T. radicus (A.D. Hocking & Whitelaw) Samson, Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, Stud. Mycol. 70: 177 (2011)
  9. T. rugulosus (Thom) Samson, N. Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, in Samson, Yilmaz, Houbraken, Spierenburg, Seifert, Peterson, Varga & Frisvad, Stud Mycol 70: 177 (2011)
  10. T. stipitatus (Thom) C.R. Benj., Mycologia 47: 684 (1955)
  11. T. ucrainicus (Panas.) Udagawa, Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan 7: 94 (1966)
  12. #T. verruculosus (Peyronel) Samson, Yilmaz, Frisvad & Seifert, Stud. Mycol. 70: 177 (2011)
  13. T. wortmannii (Klöcker) C.R. Benj. [as 'wortmanni'], Mycologia 47(5): 683 (1955)

Pseudeurotiaceae Malloch & Cain, Canadian Journal of Botany 48 (10): 1815 (1970)

Pseudeurotium J.F.H. Beyma, Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde, Abteilung 2 96: 415 (1937)

  1. #P. bakeri C. Booth, Mycological Papers 83: 8 (1961) (isolated from marine corals)

Trichocomaceae E. Fisch., Nat. Pflanzenfamilien: 310 (1897)

Hemicarpenteles A.K. Sarbhoy & Elphick, Transactions of the British Mycological Society 51 (1): 155 (1968)

  1. H. ornata (Raper, Fennell & Tresner) Arx, The genera of fungi sporulating in pure culture: 94 (1974)

Hemisartorya J.N. Rai & H.J. Chowdhery, Kavaka 3: 73 (1976)

  1. H. maritima J.N. Rai & H.J. Chowdhery, Kavaka 3: 73 (1976)

Cordycipitaceae Kreisel, Grundz. Natrl. Syst. Pilze: 112 (1969)

Acanthocyte’s Lebert, Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie 9: 449 (1858)

  1. A. lecanii (Zimm.) Spatafora, Kepler & B. Shrestha, IMA Fungus 8 (2): 343 (2017)

*Beauveria Vuill., Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 59: 40 (1912)

  1. B. bassiana (Bals.-Criv.) Vuill., Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 12: 40 (1912) (isolated from marine corals)
  2. B. felina (DC.) J.W. Carmich., in Carmichael, Kendrick, Conners & Sigler, Genera of Hyphomycetes (Edmonton): 48 (1980)

Cordyceps Fr., Handbuch zur Erkennung der nutzbarsten und am häufigsten vorkommenden Gewächse: 346 (1833)

  1. C. polyarthra Möller, Bot Mitt Trop 9: 213 (1901)

Sclerococcomycetidae Réblová, Unter. & W. Gams, Mycological Progress 16 (1): 34 (2016)

SCLEROCOCCCALES Réblová, Unter. & W. Gams, Mycological Progress 16 (1): 34 (2016)

Sclerococcaceae Réblová, Unter. & W. Gams, Mycological Progress 16 (1): 35 (2016

Sclerococcum Fr., Trattato di knologia Ed. Sansoni Firenze: 79 (1819)

  1. S. canariense (Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm.) Olariaga, Teres, J.M. Martín, M. Prieto & Baral, Mycological Progress 18 (7): 904 (2019)
  2. S. haliotrephum (Kohlm. & E. Kohlm.) Ertz & Diederich, The Bryologist 121 (3): 401 (2018)
  3. S. mangrovei (E.B.G. Jones, Alias, Abdel-Wahab & S.Y. Hsieh) Ertz & Diederich, The Bryologist 121 (3): 401 (2018)
  4. S. vrijmoediae (K.L. Pang, S.Y. Guo, Alias, Hafellner & E.B.G. Jones) Ertz & Diederich, The Bryologist 121 (3): 401 (2018)

Eurotiales Insertae sedis

Lecanicillium W. Gams & Zare, Nova Hedwigia 72: 50 (2001)

  1. #L. psalliotae (Treschew) Zare & W. Gams, Nova Hedwigia 73 (1-2): 21 (2001) (isolated from deep sea sediments)

Eurotiomycetidae Geiser & Lutzoni, Mycological Research 111 (5): 528 (2007)

Amorphothecaceae Parbery, Australian Journal of Botany 17 (2): 345 (1969)

Amorphotheca Parbery, Australian Journal of Botany 17 (2): 340 (1969)

  1. A. resinae Parbery Australian Journal of Botany 17 (2): 340 (1969)

Subclass: Chaetothyriomycetidae Doweld, Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum, Tentamen systematis plantarum vascularium (Tracheophyta): LXXVIII (2001)                        

1. CHAETOTHYRIALESM.E. Barr, Mycotaxon 29: 502 (1987)

Chaetothyriaceae Hansf. ex M.E. Barr, Mycologia 71: 943 (1979)

Knufia L.J. Hutchison & Unter., Mycologia 87: 903 (1996)

  1. #K. epidermidis (D.M. Li, de Hoog, Saunte & X.R. Chen) Tsuneda, Hambl. &Currah, Botany 89: 887 (2011) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  2. K. petricolaa (Wollenz. & de Hoog) Gorbushina & Gueidan, Fungal Genetics & Biology 56: 58 (2013)

Herpotrichiellaceae Munk, Dansk bot. Ark. 15(2): 131 (1953)

Capronia Sacc., Syll. Fung. 2: 288 (1883)

  1. C. ciliomaris (Kohlm.) E. Mll., Petrini, P.J. Fisher, Samuels & Rossman, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 88(1): 73 (1987)(on wood)
  2. C. coronata Samuels, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 88(1): 65 (1987)

*Coniosporium Link, Mag. Gesell. naturf. Freunde, Berlin 3(1-2): 8 (1809)

  1. C. perforans Sterfl., in Sterflinger et al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 72(4): 352 (1997)

Exophiala J.W. Carmich., Sabouraudia 5(1): 122 (1966)

  1. #E. aquamarina de Hoog, Vicente, Najafzadeh, Harrak, Badali, Seyedmousavi & Nyaoke, Persoonia 27: 56 (2011) (isolated from brown alga Padina)
  2. E. dermatitidis (Kano) de Hoog, Stud. Mycol. 15: 118 (1977)
  3. E. pisciphila McGinnis & Ajello, Mycologia 66(3): 518 (1974)
  4. E. salmonis J.W. Carmich., Sabouraudia 5(1): 122 (1966)
  5. E. xenobiotica de Hoog et al., Anton. van Leeuw. 90(3): 264 (2006) (isolated from deep sea sediements)

Marinophialophora J.F. Li, Phookamsak & K.D. Hyde, Phytotaxa 345 (1): 4 (2018)

  1. M. garethjonesii J.F. Li, Phookamsak, Dayar. & K.D. Hyde, Phytotaxa 345 (1): 4 (2018)

*Metulocladosporiella Crous, Schroers, Groenewald, U. Braun & Schubert, Mycol. Res. 110(3): 269 (2006)

  1. #M. musae (E.W. Mason) Crous, Schroers, J.Z. Groenew., U. Braun & K. Schub., Mycol. Res. 110(3): 269 (2006)

*Phialophora Medlar, Mycologia 7(4): 202 (1915)

  1. Ph. bubakii (Laxa) Schol-Schwarz, Persoonia 6(1): 66 (1970)
  2. Ph. cinerescens (Wollenw.) J.F.H. Beyma, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 6: 38 (1940)
  3. #Ph. europaea de Hoog, Mayser & Haase, Mycoses 43 (11-12): 414 (2000) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  4. Ph. fastigiata (Lagerb. & Melin) Conant, Mycologia 29 (5): 597 (1937)

2. PYRENULALESFink ex D. Hawksw. & O.E. Erikss., Syst. Ascomyc. 5: 182(1986)

Pyrenulaceae Rabenh., Kryptogamen-Flora von Sachsen, der Ober-Lausitz, Thüringen und Nordböhmen 2. Abth.: 42 (1870)

Rimaconus Huhndorf, F.A. Fernández, Joanne E. Taylor & K.D. Hyde, Mycologia 93: 1073 (2001)

  1. #R. multiguttulatus, Dayarathne & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 126 (2020) Saprobic on submerged wood of Bruguiera sp

Requienellaceae Boise, Mycologia 78: 37 (1986)

Pyrenographa Aptroot, Biblioth. Lichenol. 44: 103 (1991)

  1. P. xylographoides Aptroot, Biblioth. Lichenol. 44: 103 (1991)(on mangrove wood)

Pyrenulales incertae sedis

Xenus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Cryptog. Bot. 2: 367 (1992)

  1. X. lithophylli Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Cryptog. Bot. 2(4): 368 (1992)

3. COLLEMOPSIDIALESPere-Otega, Gardo-Benavert & Grube, Fungal Diversity 80: 296 (2016)

Xanthopyreniaceae Zahlbr., Syst. Lich.: 91 (1926)

Collemopsidium Nyl., Flora (Regensburg) 64: 6 (1881)

  1. #C. halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan, Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region (Tempe) 1: 163 (2002)
  2. #C. elegans (R. Sant.) Grube & B.D. Ryan, Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region (Tempe) 1: 163 (2002)
  3. #C. foveolatum (A.L. Sm.) F. Mohr, .Mycol. Res. 108(5): 529 (2004)
  4. #C. ostrearum (Vain.) F. Mhor, Mycol. Res. 108 (5): 530 (2004)
  5. C. pelvetiae (G.K. Sutherl.) Kohlm., D. Hawksw. &Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Progr. 3 (1): 54 (2004)
  6. C. pneumatophorae (Kohlm.) Aptroot, Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 2. Conspectus of Mycosphaerella: 160 (2006)
  7. #C. sublitorale (Leight.) Grube & B.D. Ryan, Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region (Tempe) 1: 163 (2002)

4. VERRUCARIALESMattick ex D. Hawksw. & O.E. Erikss., Syst. Ascomyc. 5: 183 (1986)

Verrucariaceae Zenker, Pharmaceutische Waarenkunde 1: 123 (1827)

Hydropunctaria Gerw. Keller, Gueidan & Ths, Taxon 58(1): 193 (2009)

  1. H. adriatica (Zahlbr.) C. Keller & Gueidan, Taxon 58(1): 194 (2009)
  2. H. amphibia (Clemente ex Ach.) Cl. Roux, in Roux, Masson, Bricaud, Coste&Poumarat, Bull. Soc. linn. Provence, num. spc. 14: 108 (2011)
  3. H. aractina (Wahlenb.) Orange, Lichenologist 44(3): 305 (2012)
  4. H. orae Orange, Lichenologist 44(3): 314 (2012)
  5. H. oceanica Orange, Lichenologist 44(3): 312 (2012)
  6. H. maura (Wahlenb.) C. Keller, Gueidan & Ths, Taxon 58(1): 194 (2009)

Mastodia Hook. f. & Harv.: 499 (1847)

  1. M. tessellata (Hook. f. & Harv.) Hook. f. & Harv., Bot. Antarc. Voy.: 499 (1847)

Verrucaria Schrad., Spicilegium Florae Germanicae: 108 (1794)

  1. V. adguttata Denkschr. Kaiserl. Akad. Wiss. Wien, Math.-Naturwiss. Kl. 104: 250 (1941)
  2. V. allantoidea Harada, Nova Hedwigia 60(1-2): 75 (1995)
  3. V. ceuthocarpa Wahlenb., in Acharius, Method Lich.: 22 (1803)
  4. V. corallensis P.M. McCarthy, Australas. Lichenol. 63: 17 (2008)
  5. V. ditmarsica Erichs., Schr. Naturw. Ver. Schles.-Holst. 22: 90 (1937)
  6. V. erichsenii Zschacke, Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenb. 70: 192 (1928)
  7. V. halizoa Leight., Lich.-Fl. Great Brit.: 436 (1871)
  8. V. halochlora H. Harada, Nova Hedwigia 60(1-2): 74 (1995)
  9. V. microsporoidesNyl., Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 8: 759 (1863) [1861]
  10. V. paulula Sandst., HelgolanderWiss. Meeresunters. 16: 5 (1925)
  11. V. psychrophila I.M. Lamb, Discovery Repts. 25: 18 (1948)
  12. V. sandstedei B. de Lesd., Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 58(8): 662 (1912)
  13. V. serpuloides I.M. Lamb, Discovery Repts. 25: 20 (1948)
  14. V. sessilisM. McCarthy, N. Z. Jl Bot. 29(3): 285 (1991)
  15. V. subdiscreta P.M. McCarthy, Muelleria 7(3): 327 (1991)
  16. V. thalassina (Zahlbr.) Zschacke, Rabenh. Krypt.-Fl., Edn 2 (Leipzig) 9.1(1): 132 (1933)

Wahlenbergiella Gueidan & Ths, Taxon 58(1): 199 (2009)

  1. W. mucosa (Wahlenb.) Gueidan&Ths, Taxon 58(1): 200 (2009)
  2. W. striatula (Wahlenb.) Gueidan&Ths, Taxon 58(1): 200 (2009)
  3. W. tavaresiae (R.L. Moe) Gueidan, Ths&Prez-Ort., Bryologist 114(3): 567 (2011)

Class: Laboulbeniomycetes Engl., Natrl. Pflanzenfam.: vi (1897)

1. LABOUBENIALESLindau, Natrl Pflanzenfam: 491 (1897)

Laboulbeniaceae G. Winter, Rabenh. Krypt.-Fl.: 918 (1886)

Laboulbenia Mont. & C.P. Robin, Histoire naturelle des vgtaux parasites qui croissent sur l'homme et sur les animaux vivants: 622 (1853)

  1. L. marina F. Picard, C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris 65: 484 (1908)

Class: LeotiomycetesO.E. Erikss. & Winka, Myconet 1: 7 (1997)

Subclass: Leotiomycetidae        

CYTTARIALES Luttr. ex Gamundí, Darwiniana 16: 502 (1971)

Cordieritidaceae (Sacc.) Sacc., Sylloge Fungorum 8: 810 (1889)

Annabella Fryar, Haelew. & D.E.A. Catches., Mycological Progress 18 (7): 975 (2019)

  1. A. australiensis Fryar, Haelew. & D.E.A. Catches., Mycological Progress 18 (7): 975 (2019)

1. HELOTIALESNannf. ex Korf & Lizon, Mycotaxon 75: 501 (2000)

Helotiaceae Rehm, Rabenhorst's Kryptogamen-Flora, Pilze - Ascomyceten 1(3): 647 (1886)

Amylocarpus Curr., Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B Biol. Sci. 9: 122 (1859)

  1. #A. encephaloides Curr., Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B Biol. Sci. 9: 119 (1859)

Dactylaria Sacc., Michelia 2 (6): 20 (1880)

  1. D. humicola G.C. Bhatt & W.B. Kendr., Canadian Journal of Botany 46 (10): 1256 (1968)
  2. D. purpurella (Sacc.) Sacc., Michelia 2 (6): 20 (1880)

Leotiaceae Corda, Icones fungorum hucusque cognitorum 5: 37 (1842)

Calycina Nees ex Gray, A natural arrangement of British plants 1: 669 (1821)

  1. #C. marina (W. Phillips ex Boyd) T. Rm, Baral, O.E. Eriks., Bot. Mar. [In Press]

* Halenospora E.B.G. Jones, Fungal Divers. 35: 154 (2009)

  1. #H. varia (Anastasiou) E.B.G. Jones, Fungal Divers. 35: 154 (2009)

* Pezoloma Clem., The genera of Fungi: 86, 175 (1909)

  1. #P. ericae (D.J. Read) Baral, in Baral & Krieglsteiner, Acta Mycologica, Warszawa 41(1): 16 (2006)

Leptodontidiaceae Hern.-Restr., Crous & Gené, Studies in Mycology 86: 81 (2017)

Leptodontidium de Hoog, Taxon 28: 347 (1979)

  1. L. orchidicola Sigler & Currah, Canadian Journal of Botany 65 (12): 2476 (1987)

Myxotrichaceae Locq. ex Currah, Mycotaxon 24: 103 (1985)

*#Pseudogymnoascus Raillo, Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, Abt. II 78: 520 (192

  1. P. pannorum (Link) Minnis & D.L. Lindner, Fungal Biol. 117(9): 646 (2013)

Sclerotiniaceae Whetzel, Mycologia 37(6): 652 (1945)

Botrytis P. Micheli ex Haller, Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata: 111 (1768)

  1. B. cinerea Pers., Neues Magazin fr die Botanik. 1: 126, t. 3:9 (1794)

*Botryophialophora Linder, Farlowia 1(3): 403 (1944)

  1. B. marina Linder, Farlowia 1(3): 404 (1944)

Botryotinia Whetzel, Mycologia 37 (6): 679 (1945)

  1. #B. fuckeliana (de Bary) Whetzel, Mycologia 37 (6): 679 (1945) (isolated from deep sea sediments)

Vibrisseaceae Korf, Mycosystema 3: 23 (1990)

Vibrissea Fr., Syst. Mycol. 2: 31 (1822)

  1. V. nypicola K.D. Hyde & Alias, Mycol. Res. 103(11): 1419 (1999)

Dermateaceae Fr., [as 'Dermatei'], Summa veg. Scand. 2: 345 (1849)

Belonium Sacc., Bot. Central. 18: 219 (1884)

  1. B. heteromorphum (Ellis & Everh.) Seaver, The North American Cup-fungi (Inoperculates) (3): 174 (1951)

Hyaloscyphaceae Nannf., Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsal. 8(2): 258 (1932)

Brunnipila Baral, Beih. Z. Mykol. 6: 49 (1985)

  1. B. palearum (Desm.) Baral, Beih. Z. Mykol. 6: 51 (1985)

Lachnum Retz., Fl scand prodr., Edn altera: 329 (1795)

  1. L. spartinae S.A. Cantrell, Mycotaxon 57: 482 (1996)

2. PHACIDIALES Höhn., Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 35: 416 (1917)

Phacidiaceae Fr., Summa vegetabilium Scandinaviae 2: 367 (1849)

Gremmenia Korf, Mycologia 54: 27 (1962)

  1. G. infestans (P. Karst.) Crous, IMA Fungus 5 (2): 182 (2014)(isolated from marine corals)

3. THELEBOLALESP.F. Cannon, Dictionary of the fungi: XI (2001)

Thelebolaceae (Brumm.) Eckblad, Nytt Mag. Bot. 15(1-2): 22 (1968)

Antarctomyces Stchigel & Guarro, Mycol. Res. 105(3): 378 (2001)

  1. A. psychrotrophicus Stchigel & Guarro, Mycol. Res. 105(3): 378 (2001)

Thelebolus Tode, Fungi Mecklenburgenses Selecti 1: 41 (1790)

  1. #Th. balaustiformis E. Bovio, L. Garzoli, A. Poli, V. Prigione, G.C. Varese, Fungal Systematics and Evolution 1: 154 (2018)
  2. #Th. microsporus (Berk. & Broome) Kimbr., Annual Report of the Institute for Fermentation Osaka 3: 50 (1967)
  3. #Th. spongiae E. Bovio, L. Garzoli, A. Poli, V. Prigione, G.C. Varese, Fungal Systematics and Evolution 1: 158 (2018)

Helotiales incertae sedis

Cadophora Lagerb. & Melin, Svenska Skogsvrdsfreningens Tidskr 2(2-4): 263 (1928)

  1. #C. luteo-olivacea (J.F.H. Beyma) T.C. Harr. & McNew, Mycotaxon 87: 147 (2003) (isolated from marine corals)
  2. C. malorum (Kidd & Beaumont) W. Gams, Stud. Mycol. 45: 188 (2000)

Gloeotinia M. Wilson, Noble & E.G. Gray, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 37(1): 31 (1954)

  1. #G. granigena (Qul.) T. Schumach., Mycotaxon 8(1): 125 (1979)
  2. G. juncorum (Velen.) Baral, Beih. Z. Mykol. 6: 17 (1985)
  3. G. tremulenta (Prill. & Delacr.) M. Wilson, Noble & E.G. Gray, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 37(1): 29 (1954) (isolated from deep sea sediments)

*Scytalidium Pesante, Annali della Sperimentazione Agaria 11 (suppl.): 264 (1957)

  1. S. infestans Iwatsu, Udagawa & Hatai, Trans. Mycol. Soc. Jpn. 31(3): 391 (1990)

*Tiarosporella Hhn. in Weese, in Weese, Ber. dt. bot. Ges. 37: 159 (1919)

  1. T. halmyra Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycotaxon 59: 79 (1996)

Leotiomycetes incertae sedis

*Geomyces Traaen, Nytt. Mag. Natur. 52: 28 (1914)

  1. G. pannorum (Link) Sigler & J.W. Carmich., Mycotaxon 4(2): 377 (1976)

Pseudogymnoascus Raillo, Zentralblatt fr Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde Abteilung 2 78: 520 (1929)

  1. P. roseus Raillo, Zentralblatt fr Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde Abteilung 2 78: 520 (1929)

Class: Lichinomycetes Reeb, Lutzoni & Cl. Roux, Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 32: 1055 (2004)

Subclass: Lichinomycetidae

1. LICHINALESHenssen & Bdel, Syst. Ascomyc. 5: 138 (1986)

Lichinaceae Nyl., Mm. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cherbourg 2: 8 (1854)

Lichina C. Agardh, Syn. Alg. Scand.: xii, 9 (1817)

  1. L. confinis (O.F. Mll.) C. Agardh, Spec. Alg. 1: 105 (1821)
  2. L. pygmaea (Lightf.) C. Agardh, Syn. Alg. Scand.: xii, 9 (1817)

Subclass: Arthonomycetidae

Family incertae sedis

Melaspileaceae Walt. Watson, New Phytol. 28: 94 (1929)

Melaspilea Nyl., Act. Soc. Linn. Bordeaux 21: 416 (1857)

  1. M. mangrovei Vrijmoed, K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Res. 100(3): 293 (1996)

1. ARTHONIALESHenssen ex D. Hawksw. & O.E. Erikss., Syst. Ascomyc. 5: 177 (1986)

Roccellaceae Chevall., [as 'Rocellaceae'], Fl. Gn. Env. Paris 1: 604 (1826)

Halographis Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 66(6): 1138 (1988)

  1. H. runica Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 66(6): 1138 (1988)

Class: Orbiliomycetes O.E. Erikss. & Baral, Myconet 9: 96 (2003)

Subclass: Orbiliomycetidae

1. ORBILIALESBaral, O.E. Erikss., G. Marson & E. Weber, Myconet 9: 96 (2003)

Orbiliaceae Nannf., Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsal. 8(2): 250 (1932)

*Arthrobotrys Corda, Pracht.-Fl. Eu.r Schimmelbild.: 43 (1839)

  1. A. arthrobotryoides (Berl.) Lindau, Rabenh. Krypt.-Fl., Edn 2 (Leipzig) 1.8: 371 (1906) [1907]
  2. A. brochopaga (Drechsler) S. Schenck, W.B. Kendr. & Pramer, Can. J. Bot. 55(8): 982 (1977)
  3. A. cladodes var. cladodes Drechsler, Mycologia 29(4): 463 (1937)
  4. A. conoides Drechsler, Mycologia 29(4): 476 (1937)
  5. A. dactyloides Drechsler, Mycologia 29(4): 486 (1937)
  6. A. eudermata (Drechsler) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 102 (1999)
  7. A. irregularis (Matr.) Mekht., Doklady Akademii Nauk. Azerb. SSR: 73 (1971)
  8. A. javanica.  (Rifai & R.C. Cooke) Jarow., Acta Mycologica, Warszawa 6(2): 373 (1970)
  9. A. mangrovispora Swe, Jeewon, Pointing & K.D. Hyde, Bot. Mar. 51(4): 332 (2008)
  10. A. musiformis Drechsler, Mycologia 29(4): 481 (1937)
  11. A. oligospora Fresen., Beitr. Mykol. 1: 18 (1850)
  12. A. polycephala (Drechsler) Rifai, Reinwardtia 7(4): 371 (1968)
  13. A. pyriformis (Juniper) Schenk, W.B. Kendr. & Pramer, Can. J. Bot. 55(8): 984 (1977)
  14. A. superba Corda, Pracht.-Fl. Eur. Schimmelbild.: 43 (1839)
  15. A. thaumasius (Drechsler) S. Schenck, W.B. Kendr. & Pramer [as 'thaumasia'], Can. J. Bot. 55(8): 984 (1977)
  16. A. vermicola (R.C. Cooke & Satchuth.) Rifai, Reinwardtia 7(4): 371 (1968)

*#Dactylellina M. Morelet, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Arch. Toulon et du Var 178: 6 (1968)

  1. D. ellipsospora (Preuss) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 110 (1999)
  2. D. haptotyla (Drechsler) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 110 (1999)
  3. D. huisuniana (J.L. Chen, T.L. Huang & Tzean) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 111 (1999)
  4. D. lysipaga (Drechsler) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 111 (1999)

*Drechslerella Subram., J. Ind. Bot. Soc. 42: 299 (1963)

  1. D. aphrobrocha (Drechsler) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 99 (1999)

*Dactylella Grove, J. Bot. Br. Foreign 22: 199 (1884)

  1. D. beijingensis Xing Z. Liu, C.Y. Shen & W.F. Chiu, Mycosystema 5: 113 (1992)
  2. D. aquatica (Ingold) Ranzoni, Farlowia 4: 360 (1953)

Dactylaria Sacc., Michelia 2 (6): 20 (1880)

  1. D. purpurella (Sacc.) Sacc., Michelia 2(no. 6): 20 (1880)

*Gamsylella M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 108 (1999)

  1. G. gephyropaga (Drechsler) M. Scholler, Hagedorn & A. Rubner, Sydowia 51(1): 108 (1999)

*Geniculifera Rifai, Mycotaxon 2(2): 214 (1975)

  1. G. bogoriensis (Rifai) Rifai, Mycotaxon 2(2): 216 (1975)

*#Monacrosporium Oudem., Ned. Kruidk. Arch. 4: 250 (1885)

  1. M. cionopagum (Drechsler) Subram., J. Indian Bot. Soc. 42: 293 (1964)
  2. M. drechsleri (Tarjan) R.C. Cooke & C.H. Dickinson, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 48(4): 623 (1965)
  3. M. ellipsosporum (Preuss) R.C. Cooke & C.H. Dickinson, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 48(4): 622 (1965)
  4. M. thaumasium (Drechsler) de Hoog & Oorschot, Stud. Mycol. 26: 120 (1985)

Orbilia Fr., Corpus Florarum provincialium suecicae I. Floram Scanicam: 343 (1836)

  1. O. blumenaviensis (Henn.) Baral & E. Weber, Mycological Progress 11 (1): 257 (2011)

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