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 7


PART 7

Updated 01 January 2021

7. TRICHOSPHAERIALES M.E. Barr, Mycologia 75: 11 (1983)

Trichosphaeriaceae G. Winter, Rabenh. Krypt.- Fl.: 191(1885)

*Brachysporium (Sacc.) Sacc., Syll. Fung. 4: 423 (1886)

  1. B. helgolandicum Schaumann, Helgolander wiss, Meeresunters. 25(1): 26-34 (1973) on driftwood

 

Trichosphaeriales Insertae sedis

Khuskia H.J. Huds., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 46(3): 358 (1963)

  1. #K. oryzae H.J. Huds., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 46(3): 358 (1963)

 

Sordariomycetes Incertae sedis

*Myrmecridium Arzanlou, W. Gams & Crous, Stud. Mycol. 58: 84 (2007)

  1. #M. schulzeri (Sacc.) Arzanlou, W. Gams & Crous, in Arzanlou et al., Stud. Mycol. 58: 84 (2007)

*Radulidium Arzanlou, W. Gams & Crous, Studies in Mycology 58: 89 (2007)

  1. R. epichloës (Ellis & Dearn.) Arzanlou, W. Gams & Crous, Studies in Mycology 58: 89 (2007)

 

Subclass: Xylariomycetidae O.E. Erikss. & Winka, Myconet 1(1): 12 (1997)

XYLARIALES Nannf., Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. upsal. 8(2): 66 (1932)

Amphisphaeriaceae G. Winter, Rabenhorst's Kryptogamen-Flora, Pilze - Ascomyceten 1(2): 259 (1885)

Amphisphaeria Ces. & De Not., Comm. Soc. crittog. Ital. 1(4): 223 (1863)

  1. A. culmicola Sacc., Nuovo Giornale Bot. It. 5: 283 (1873)

*Pestalotia De Not., Memorie della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino Ser. 2, 3: 80 (1841)

  1. *P. heterocornis Guba, Monograph of Monochaetia and Pestalotia: 125 (1961)

Apiosporaceae K. D. Hyde, J. Fr hl., Joanne E. Taylor & M.E. Barr, Sydowia 50(1): 23 (1998)

Apiospora Sacc., Atti della Societ Veneziana-Trentina-Istriana di Scienze Naturali 4: 85 (1875)

  1. #A. montagnei Sacc., Nuovo G. Bot. Ital. 7: 306 (1875) isolated from the inner tissue of the North Sea alga Polysiphonia violacea

*Arthrinium Kunze, Mykologische Hefte 1: 9 (1817)

  1. A. algicola (N.J. Artemczuk) E.B.G. Jones, Sakay., Suetrong, Somrith. & K.L. Pang, Fungal Divers.: 150 (2010) isolated from dead culms of Juncus roemerianus
  2. A. arundinis (Corda) Dyko & B. Sutton, Mycotaxon 8 (1): 119 (1979) (isolated from brown alga Padina) isolated from brown alga Padina
  3. A. marii Larrondo & Calvo, Mycologia 82 (3): 397 (1990) isolated from brown alga Padina
  4. A. phaeospermum (Corda) M.B. Ellis, Mycological Papers 103: 8 (1965) (isolated from brown alga Padina)

*Nigrospora Zimm., Centralblatt für Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde 8: 220 (1902) (isolated from deep sea sediments)

  1. *N. oryzae (Berk. & Broome) Petch, J. Indian bot. Soc.: 24 (1924) isolated from an unidentified sea anemone, yielded two new hydroanthraquinone analogues, 4a-epi-9 methoxydihydrodeoxybostrycin and 10-deoxybostrycin
  2. *#N. sphaerica (Sacc.) E.W. Mason, Transactions of the British Mycological Society 12 (2-3): 158 (1927) (isolated from deep sea sediments, isolated from the marine-derived fungus produces nigrosporapyrones A–D (1–4))

Bartaliniaceae Wijayaw., Maharachch. & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 73: 85 (2015)

*Broomella Sacc., Sylloge Fungorum 2: 557 (1883)

  1. *B. acuta Shoemaker & E. Mll., Can. J. Bot. 41 (8): 1239 (1963) isolated from driftwood Arctic water; isolated in primary succession of a temperate coastal dune system

Cainiaceae J.C. Krug, Sydowia 30(1-6): 123 (1978)

Arecophila K.D. Hyde, Nova Hedwigia 63: 82 (1996)

  1. A. nypae K.D. Hyde, Nova Hedwigia 63: 95 (1996) saprobic on palm Nypa fruiticans

Atrotorquata Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 12(1-2): 8 (1993)

  1. A. lineata Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 12(1-2): 8 (1993) on Juncus roemerianus; isolated from surface sediments from high-level salt marshes in the southeastern United States

Monographella Petr., Annls. Mycol. 22(1-2): 144 (1924)

  1. M. nivalis (Schaffnit) E. Mll., Revue Mycol., Paris 41(1): 132 (1977)

Clypeosphaeriaceae G. Winter, Rabenh Krypt-Fl 1(2): 554 (1886)

Apioclypea K.D. Hyde, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 116: 316 (1994)

  1. A. nypicola K.D. Hyde, J. Frhl. & Joanne E. Taylor, Sydowia 50(1): 36 (1998) on the palm Nypa fruticosa

Ommatomyces Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Mycologia 87(4): 538 (1995)

  1. O. coronatus Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Mycologia 87(4): 538 (1995) on Juncus roemerianus; standing plants of Spartina maritima

Diatrypaceae Nitschke, Verh. naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl.: 73 (1869)

Cryptosphaeria Grev., Scott. crypt. fl. (Edinburgh) 1: pl. 13 (1822)

  1. #Cryp. avicennia Devadatha & V.V. Sarma, Cryptogamie, Mycologie 41 (3): 34 (2020) (on mangrove driftwood Avicennia)
  2. Cryp. eunomia (Fr.) Fuckel, Jb. Nassau. Ver. Naturk. 23-24: 212 (1870) source of a new pimarane-type diterpene 1 
  3. #Cryp. halophila Dayar. & K.D. Hyde, Cryptogamie, Mycologie 41 (3): 40 (2020) on drift mangrove wood

Cryptovalsa Ces. & De Not. ex Fuckel, Jahrbcher des Nassauischen Vereins fr Naturkunde 23-24: 212 (1870)

  1. C. halosarceiicola K.D. Hyde, Mycol.Res 97(7): 799 (1993) collected from intertidal salt marsh plant Halosarceia halocnemoides
  2. #C. mangrovei Abdel-Wahab & Inderb., in Inderbitzin, Abdel-Wahab, Jones & Vrijmoed, Mycol. Res. 103(12): 1628 (1999) collected from a wood test block submerged in the intertidal zone of Mai Po Mangrove and other locations on mangrove wood
  3. C. suaedicola Spooner, Trans. Br. mycol. Soc. 76(2): 269 (1981) collected from Suaeda fruticosa in a salt marsh

Diatrypasimilis J.J. Zhou & Kohlm., Mycologia 102(2): 432 (2010)

  1. #D. australiensis J.J. Zhou & Kohlm., Mycologia 102(2): 432 (2010) isolated from roots of Rhizophora, driftwood and intertidal decayed wood of Avicennia marina

Eutypella (Nitschke) Sacc., Atti Soc. Veneto-Trent. Sci. Nat. 4: 80 (1875)

  1. E. naqsii K.D. Hyde, Mycol. Res. 99(12): 1462 (1995) on intertidal Avicennia wood, other marine substrates

Halocryptosphaeria Dayar., Devadatha, V.V. Sarma & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 11: 136 (2020)

  1. H. bathurstensis (Dayar. & K.D. Hyde) Dayar., Devadatha, V.V. Sarma & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11:136 (2020) on decaying wood of Avicennia marina

Halodiatrype Dayarathne & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 7 (5): 617 (2016)

  1. #H. avicenniae Dayar. & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 7 (5): 618 (2016) on mangrove wood
  2. #H. salinicola Dayar. & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 7 (5): 617 (2016) Saprobic on submerged decayed wood of Rhizophora sp.
  3. #H. mangrovei (K.D. Hyde) Dayar. & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 7 (5): 619 (2016) Saprobic on submerged decaying wood of Bruguiera cylindrica.

Libertella Desm., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique 19: 275 (1830)

  1. #L. blepharis A.L. Sm., Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society 1900: 424 (1900) (isolated from brown alga Padina)

Pedumispora K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Res. 96: 78 (1992)

  1. #P. rhizophorae K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Res. 96(1): 78 (1992) on mangrove wood, especially Rhizophora species

Peroneutypa Berl., Icon. Fung.: 80 (1902)

  1. 1. # P.indica, Devadatha, V.V. Sarma & E.B.G Jones Mycosphere 11: 144 (2020) Saprobic on decaying wood of Suaeda monoica
  2. #P. mangrovei Devadatha & V.V. Sarma, Fungal Diversity 10.1007/s13225-019-00421-w: [169] (2019) on mangrove wood
  3. #P. polysporae, Devadatha, V.V. Sarma & E.B.G Jones Mycosphere 11: 146 (2020) on decaying wood of Suaeda monoica
  4. P. scoparia (Schwein.) Carmarán & A.I. Romero, in Carmarán, Romero & Giussani, Fungal Diversity 23: 84 (2006) In Dayarathne et al. (2020) new record on submerged decaying wood of Avicennia marina,

*Phaeoisaria Hhn., Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der WissenschaftenMath.-naturw. Klasse Abt. I 118: 330 (1909)

  1. Ph. clematidis (Fuckel) S. Hughes, Canadian Journal of Botany 36 (6): 795 (1958) not added yet
  2. Ph. sedimenticola X.L. Cheng & Wei Li, Mycologia 127: 20 (2014)

Hyponectriaceae Petr., Annls. Mycol. 21(3-4): 305 (1923)

Frondicola K.D. Hyde, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 110: 100 (1992)

  1. F. tunitricuspis K.D. Hyde, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 110(2): 102 (1992)

Phragmitensis K.M. Wong, Poon & K.D. Hyde, Bot. Mar. 41(4): 379 (1998)

  1. P. ellipsoidea M.K.M. Wong, Goh & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 2: 176 (1999) senescent culms of Phragmites australis
  2. P. marina M.K.M. Wong, Poon & K.D. Hyde, Bot. Mar. 41(4): 379 (1998) an intertidal saprotroph from Phragmites australis

Physalospora Niessl, Verh. nat. Ver. Brnn 14: 170 (1876)

  1. Ph. citogerminans Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Bot. Mar. 38: 183 (1995) from senescent culms of the saltmarsh Juncus roemerianus

Sporocadaceae Corda, Icones fungorum hucusque cognitorum 5: 34 (1842)

*Pestalotiopsis Steyaert, Bulletin du Jardin Botanique de l'État à Bruxelles 19 (3): 300 (1949)

  1. *#P. guepinii (Desm.) Steyaert [as 'guepini'], Bull. Jard. bot. tat Brux. 19(3): 312 (1949) endophyte of leaves
  2. *P. juncestris Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 44(2): 149 (2001) facultative marine species and grows in the middle of culms and on involucral leaves of Juncus romerianus
  3. *P. versicolor (Speg.) Steyaert, Bulletin du Jardin Botanique de l'État à Bruxelles 19 (3): 336 (1949) endophyte and saprobic on Rhizophora stylosa and other mangrove plants

Xylariaceae Tul. & C. Tul., Select. Fung. Carpol.: 3 (1863)

Ascotricha Berk., Annals and Magazine of Natural History 1: 257 (1838)

  1. A. chartarum Berk., Ann Nat Hist, Mag Zool Bot Geol 1: 257 (1838) marine sediments
  2. # A. longipila X.L. Chen & W. Li, Mycologia 107: 492 (2015) marine alga
  3. # A.parvispora X.L. Chen & W. Li, Mycologia 107 (2): 494 (2015) marine alga
  4. # A.sinuosa (W. Li & X.L. Cheng) X.L. Chen & W. Li, Mycologia 107 (2): 494 (2015) Endophyte from marine macroalgae

Annulohypoxylon Y.M. Ju, J.D. Rogers & H.M. Hsieh, Mycologia 97 (4): 855 (2005)

  1. A. bovei (Speg.) Y.M. Ju, J.D. Rogers & H.M. Hsieh, Mycologia 97 (4): 857 (2005)

Anthostomella Sacc., Atti Soc. Veneto-Trent. Sci. Nat., Padova, Sr 44: 84 (1875)

  1. A. atroalba Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Can. J. Bot. 76(3): 467 (1998) on Juncus roemerianus and other salt marsh plants
  2. A. eructans Ellis & Everh., in Fairman, Proc. Rochester Acad. Sci. 1: 49 (1890) on Nypa fruticans
  3. A. leptospora (Sacc.) S.M. Francis, Mycological Papers 139: 24 (1975) on various mangrove plants
  4. A. nypae K.D. Hyde, B.S. Lu & Alias, Mycol. Res. 103(11): 1409 (1999) on Nypa fruticans
  5. A. nypensis K.D. Hyde, Alias & B.S. Lu, Mycol. Res. 103(11): 1410 (1999) on Nypa fruticans
  6. A. nypicola K.D. Hyde, Alias & B.S. Lu, Mycol. Res. 103(11): 1411 (1999) on Nypa fruticans
  7. A. poecila , Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Bot. Mar. 38(2): 175 (1995) On Juncus roemerianus
  8. A. punctulata (Roberge ex Desm.) Sacc., Syll. Fung. 1: 278 (1882)
  9. A. semitecta , Volkm.-Kohlm. & O.E. Erikss., Bot. Mar. 38: 177 (1995) On Juncus roemerianus
  10. A. spissitecta Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 106(3): 369 (2002)
  11. A. torosa Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 106(3): 365 (2002)

Astrocystis Berk. & Broome, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 14(74): 123 (1873)

  1. A. nypae G.J.D. Sm. & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Divers. 7: 93 (2001) on petiole base of Nypa fruticans
  2. A. selangorensis G.J.D. Sm. & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Divers. 7: 104 (2001) endophyte of mangrove trees, also woody materials

*Dicyma Boulanger, Rev. gn. Bot. 9: 18 (1897)

  1. *D. ovalispora (S. Hughes) Arx, Gen. Fungi Sporul. Cult., Edn. 3 (Vaduz): 316 (1981)

Fasciatispora K.D. Hyde, Trans. Mycol. Soc. Jpn. 32: 265 (1991)

  1. F. lignicola Alias, E.B.G. Jones & Kuthub., Mycotaxon 52(1): 78 (1994) on woody material of mangrove plants
  2. F. nypae K.D. Hyde, Trans. Mycol. Soc. Jpn. 32(2): 267 (1991) on bsal petiole of Nypa fruticosa
  3. F. petrakii (Mhaskar & V.G. Rao) K.D. Hyde, Nova Hedwigia 61 (1-2): 255 (1995) on the palm Nypa fruticans

Halorosellinia Whalley, E.B.G. Jones, K.D. Hyde & Laessoe, Mycol. Res. 104(3): 368 (2000)

  1. #H. krabiensis, Dayar., & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11:158 (2020) Saprobic on decaying mangrove wood submerged in marine habitats
  2. #H. oceanica (S. Schatz) Whalley, E.B.G. Jones, K.D. Hyde & Lsse, Mycol. Res. 104(3): 370 (2000) common on various decaying mangrove wood.
  3. #H. rhizophorae Dayar., E.B.G. Jones K.D. Hyde, Fungal Divers. 78: 117 (2016) on wood of the mangrove tree Rhizophora, drfitwood
  4. #H. xylocarpi, Dayar. & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 159 (2020) on decaying, submerged Xylocarpus sp. and Rhizophora sp.

Hypoxylon Bull., Histoire des champignons de la France. I: 168 (1791)

  1. #H. aurantium, Dayar., E.B. G. Jones & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 151 (2020) on submerged decaying mangrove wood
  2. H. croceum J.H. Mill., Mycologia 25(4): 323 (1933) on driftwood in a mangrove, found to produce a new sordarin derivative, hypoxysordarin and a novel hypoxy
  3. H. hypomiltum Mont., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique 13: 356 (1840)
  4. #H. mangrovei Dayar., E.B.G. Jones & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 151 (2020) Saprobic on submerged mangrove wood
  5. H. ochraceum Henn., Hedwigia 36: 228 (1897)
  6. H. rubiginosum (Pers.) Fr., Summa vegetabilium Scandinaviae 2: 384 (1849)
  7. H. subgilvum Berk. & Broome, Journal of the Linnean Society. Botany 14: 120 (1873)
  8. H. teeravasati Devadatha, V.V. Sarma & E.B.G. Jones, Fungal Diversity 10.1007/s13225-019-00421-w: [169] (2019) on decaying wood of Avicennia marina, on decaying branches and twigs of Suaeda monoica

Nemania Gray, A natural arrangement of British plants 1: 516 (1821)

  1. N. mangrovei E.B.G. Jones & Vrijmoed, Perspectives on marine environment change in Hong Kong and Southern China 1977-2001: 75-90 (2003) Not sure if this was ever polished
  2. N. maritima Y.M. Ju & J.D. Rogers, Nova Hedwigia 74(1-2): 102 (2002) submerged on estuarine wood, various marine mangrove wood
  3. #N. phetchaburiensis, Dayar., E.B.G. Jones. & K.D. Hyde Mycosphere 11: 156 (2020) Saprobic on root pieces of Rhizophora sp. submerged in marine water.
  4. #N. viridis, Dayar. & K.D. Hyde Mycosphaer 11: 162 (2020) Saprobic on submerged wood of Rhizophora sp.

Nipicola K.D. Hyde, Cryptog. Bot. 2: 330 (1992)

  1. N. carbospora K.D. Hyde, Cryptog. Bot. 2(4): 330 (1992) on intertidal frond of Nypa fruticans,
  2. N. selangorensis K.D. Hyde, Sydowia 46(2): 262 (1994) on intertidal frond of Nypa fruticans

*Virgaria Nees, System der Pilze und Schwämme: 54 (1817)

  1. *V. nigra (Link) Nees, System der Pilze und Schwämme: 54 (1817) isolated from mangrove mud

Xylaria Hill ex Schrank, Baierische Flora 1: 200 (1789)

  1. #X. angulosa J.D. Rogers, Callan & Samuels, Mycotaxon 29: 149 (1987) (isolated from deep sea sediments)
  2. #X. hypoxylon (L.) Grev., Fl. Edin.: 355 (1824)
  3. X. psidii J.D. Rogers & Hemmes, Mycologia 84(2): 167 (1992)

Oxydothidaceae Konta & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Diversity 84: 36 (2017)

Oxydothis Penz. & Sacc., Malpighia 11: 505 (1897)

  1. 1. O. nypaeD. Hyde & Nakagiri, Trans. Mycol. Soc. Jpn. 30(1): 70 (1989) on intertidal frond of Nypa fruticans
  2. O. nypicola K.D. Hyde, Sydowia 46(2): 298 (1994) on intertidal frond of Nypa fruticans

 

Xylariales Incertae sedis

Adomia S. Schatz, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 84: 555 (1985)

  1. A. avicenniae S. Schatz, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 84(3): 555 (1985) on the mangrovee wood Avicennia marina and A. marina var. resinifera, pneumatophores of Avicennia marina

*Dinemasporium Lv., Annls Sci. Nat. Bot. 5: 274 (1846)

  1. D. marinum Sv. Nilsson, Bot. Notiser 110: 321 (1957) on driftwood, collection on driftwood washed ashore

Lanceispora Nakagiri, Okane, Tad. Ito & Katum., Mycoscience 38(2): 208 (1997)

  1. L. amphibian Nakagiri, Okane, Tad. Ito & Katum., Mycoscience 38(2): 208 (1997) on senescent and fallen leaves of mangroves

 

Subclass: Lulworthiomycetidae Dayarathne, E.B.G. Jones, & K.D. Hyde, Fungal Divers. 72: 10 (2015)

1. LULWORTHIALES Kohlm., Spatafora & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 92(3): 456 (2000)

Lulworthiaceae Kohlm., Spatafora & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 92(3): 456 (2000)

*Cumulospora I. Schmidt, Mycotaxon 24: 420 (1985)

  1. #C. marina I. Schmidt, Mycotaxon 24: 421 (1985) decayed, submerged stems of Phragmites, decayed seeds of Herritiera littoralis

*Halazoon Abdel-Aziz, Abdel-Wahab & Nagahama, Mycol Progr 9(4): 545 (2010)

  1. #H. fuscus (I. Schmidt) Abdel-Wahab, K.L. Pang, Nagah., Abdel-Aziz & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 547 (2010) drift wood, dead rhizomes of Phragmites communis, reeds
  2. #H. melhae Abdel-Aziz, Abdel-Wahab & Nagah., Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 546 (2010) decayed stems of Phragmites australis

Haloguignardia Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3(12): 97 (1956)

  1. H. cystoseirae Kohlm. & Demoulin, Bot. Mar. 24(1): 9 (1981)
  2. H. decidua Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3: 97 (1956) Parasitic on Sargassum daenelii, Sargassum sp.,
  3. H. irritans (Setch. & Estee) Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3: 98 (1956) Parasitic? Cystoseira osmundaceae, Halidrys dioica
  4. H. oceanica (Ferd. & Winge) Kohlm., Mar. Biol. 8: 344 (1971) Parasitic? Sargassum fluitans, S. natans
  5. H. tumefaciens (Cribb & J.W. Cribb) Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3: 98 (1956) Parasitic on many Sargassum species: S. decipiens, S. fallax etc.

*Hydea K.L. Pang & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 549 (2010)

  1. #H. pygmea (Kohlm.) K.L. Pang & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 549 (2010) decayed driftwood in the intertidal zone, mangrove wood

Kohlmeyeriella E.B.G. Jones, R.G. Johnson & S.T. Moss, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 87: 208 (1983)

  1. #K. crassa (Nakagiri) Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb., Spatafora & Grfenhan, Mycol. Res. 109(5): 564 (2005) on calcareous substrates, driftwood
  2. #K. tubulata (Kohlm.) E.B.G. Jones, R.G. Johnson & S.T. Moss, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 87(2): 210 (1983) drift wood,

Lindra I.M. Wilson, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 39(4): 411 (1956)

  1. L. crassa (Kohlm.) Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 34(1): 23 (1991) wood in coastal sandy beaches
  2. L. hawaiiensis Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 65(3): 574 (1987) saprobic on driftwood
  3. L. inflata I.M. Wilson, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 39(4): 411 (1956) submerged wood, test panels
  4. #L. obtusa Nakagiri & Tubaki, Mycologia 75(3): 488 (1983) isolated from sea foam samples, driftwood
  5. #L. thalassiae Orpurt et al., Bull. Mar. Sci. Gulf Caribb. 14: 406 (1964) ) leaves of sea grass Thalassia, on brown alga Sargassum

Lulwoana Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb., Spatafora & Grfenhan, Mycol. Res. 109(5): 562 (2005)

  1. #L. uniseptata (Nakagiri) Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb., Spatafora & Grfenhan, Mycol Res 109(5): 562 (2005) on driftwood, test panels usually as the asexual stage Zalerion maritimum

Lulwoidea Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb., Spatafora & Grfenhan, Mycol. Res. 109 (5): 564 (2005)

  1. #L. lignoarenaria (Jrg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones) Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb., Spatafora & Grfenhan, Mycol. Res. 109(5): 564 (2005) on driftwood

Lulworthia G.K. Sutherl., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 5: 261 (1915) sensu stricto

  1. #L. atlantica E. Azevedo, Caeiro & Barata, Mycologia, 109:2, 292 (2017) on timber in marinas
  2. #L. fucicola G.K. Sutherl., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 5(2): 259 (1916) on brown algae, Fucus spp., Spartina spp., wood?

Lulworthia sensu lato

  1. L. bulgariae Parg.-Leduc, Annls Sci. Nat. Bot. Biol. Vg. sr .12(8): 193 (1967)
  2. L. calcicole Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 81(2): 289 (1989) saprobic on coraks
  3. L. curalii (Kohlm.) Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 34(1): 24 (1991) superficial on corals
  4. #L. floridana Meyers, Mycologia 49: 515 (1957) wood panels of various kinds, driftwood
  5. L. halima (Diehl & Mounce) Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3(10): 80 (1955) leaves and rhizomes of Zostera marina
  6. L. kniepii (Ade & Bauch) Petr., Sydowia 10(1-6): 297 (1957) Saprobic on a wide range of calcareous red algae
  7. L. lindroidea Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 23(8): 537 (1980) saprobic on drift wood
  8. L. longirostris (Linder) Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3: 80 (1955) on roots of Avicennia marina, intertidal wood, bark
  9. #L. medusa (Ellis & Everh.) Cribb & J.W. Cribb, Pap. Dept. Bot. Univ. Qd. 3: 80 (1955) saprobic on driftwood, test panels, salt marsh plants, leaves and twigs of mangroves
  10. #L. purpurea (I.M. Wilson) T.W. Johnson, Mycologia 50(2): 154 (1958) on test panels, driftwood

*Matsusporium K.L. Pang & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 550 (2010)

  1. #M. tropicale (Kohlm.) E.B.G. Jones & K.L. Pang, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 550 (2010) decayed submerged and intertidal wood, especially mangrove wood

*Moleospora Abdel-Aziz, Abdel-Wahab & Nagahama, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 547 (2010)

  1. #M. maritima Abdel-Wahab, Abdel-Aziz & Nagah., Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 548 (2010) decayed drift stems of Phragmites australis

*Moromyces Abdel-Wahab, K.L. Pang, Nagah., Abdel-Aziz & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 555 (2010)

  1. #M. varius (Chatmala & Somrith.) Abdel-Wahab, K.L. Pang, Nagah., Abdel-Aziz & E.B.G. Jones, Mycol. Progr. 9(4): 555 (2010) saprobic, mainly on wood

*Orbimyces Linder, Farlowia 1(3): 404 (1944)

  1. #O. spectabilis Linder, Farlowia 1: 404 (1944) on wood often associated with sand

Paralulworthia A. Poli, E. Bovio, L. Ranieri, G.C. Varese & V. Prigione, Frontiers in Microbiology 11(no. 933): 6 (2020)

  1. #P. gigaspora A. Poli, E. Bovio, L. Ranieri, G.C. Varese & V. Prigione, Frontiers in Microbiology 11(no. 933): 9 (2020)
  2. #P. posidoniae A. Poli, E. Bovio, L. Ranieri, G.C. Varese & V. Prigione, Frontiers in Microbiology 11(no. 933): 9 (2020)

Rostrupiella Jrg. Koch, K.L. Pang & E.B.G. Jones, Bot. Mar. 50(5-6): 295 (2007)

  1. #R. danica Jrg. Koch, K.L. Pang & E.B.G. Jones, Bot. Mar. 50(5/6): 295 (2007) on wood (sea defences), test panels

Sammeyersia S.Y. Guo, E.B.G. Jones et K.L. Pang, Botanica Marina 60: 483 (2017)

  1. #S. granidspora (Meyers) S.Y. Guo, E.B.G. Jones & K.L. Pang, Botanica Marina 60: 483 (2017) Saprobic on driftwood, mangrove wood, test panels, prop roots, submerged fruits Casuarina sp.. widespread in the tropics

Spathulosporaceae Kohlm., Mycologia 65: 615 (1973)

Spathulospora A.R. Caval. & T.W. Johnson, Mycologia 57: 927 (1965)

  1. S. adelpha Kohlm., Mycologia 65(3): 615 (1973) Parasitic, Host the red alga Ballia callitricha
  2. S. antarctica Kohlm., Mycologia 65(3): 619 (1973) Parasitic, Host the red alga Ballia callitricha
  3. S. calva Kohlm., Mycologia 65(3): 622 (1973) Parasitic, Host the red alga Ballia callitricha
  4. S. lanata Kohlm., Mycologia 65(3): 625 (1973) Parasitic, Host the red algae Ballia hirsuta and B. scoparia
  5. S. phycophila A.R. Caval. & T.W. Johnson, Mycologia 57(6): 927 (1965) Parasitic, Host the red algae Ballia callitiricha and B. scoparia

 

2. KORALIONSTETALES Kohlm., Volkm.-Kohlm., J. Campb. & Inderb., Mycol. Res. 113(3): 377 (2009)

Koralionastetaceae Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 79: 764 (1987)

KoralionastesKohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 79: 765 (1987)

  1. K. angustus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 79(5): 768 (1987) attached to coralline-algae covered corals and are often enclosed by crustose sponges
  2. K. ellipticus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 79(5): 765 (1987) attached to coralline-algae covered corals and are often enclosed by crustose sponges
  3. K. giganteus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 68(7): 1554 (1990) attached to coralline-algae covered corals and are often enclosed by crustose sponges.
  4. K. ovalis Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 79(5): 765 (1987) attached to coralline-algae covered corals and are often enclosed by crustose sponges
  5. K. violaceus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 68(7): 1556 (1990) attached to coralline-algae covered corals and are often enclosed by crustose sponges

Pontogeneia Kohlm., Bot. Jb. 96(1-4): 200 (1975)

  1. P. calospora (Pat.) Kohlm., Bot. Jb. 96(1-4): 205 (1975) Parasitic on Castagnea chordariaeformis, brown marine alga
  2. P. codiicola (Dowson) Kohlm. & E. Kohlm., Marine Mycology, the Higher Fungi (London): 350 (1979) Parasitic on the green algae Codium fragile, C. simulans
  3. P. cubensis (Har. & Pat.) Kohlm., Bot. Jb. 96(1-4): 207 (1975) Parasitic on the brown marine alga Halopteris scoparia
  4. P. enormis (Pat. & Har.) Kohlm., Botanische Jahrbcher fr Systematik Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 96(1-4): 208 (1975) Parasitic on the brown marine alga Halopteris scoparia
  5. P. erikae Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 24(1): 16 (1981) lives in association with brown marine alga Ectocarpus sp.
  6. P. microdictyi Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 113(3): 378 (2009) from Microdictyon sp.
  7. P. padinae Kohlm., Bot. Jb. 96(1-4): 201 (1975) Parasitic on the brown marline alga Padina durvillaei
  8. P. valoniopsidis (Cribb & J.W. Cribb) Kohlm., Bot. Jb. 96(1-4): 209 (1975) Parasitgic on the green marine alga Valoniopsis pachyema; on the surface of Egregia menziesii and Sargassum undulatum

 

Unitunicate Ascomycota family/genera Incertae sedis

 Argentinomyces N.I. Pea & Aramb., Mycotaxon 65: 333 (1997)

  1. A. naviculisporus N.I. Pea & Aramb., Mycotaxon 65: 333 (1997)

Aropsiclus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 13: 24 (1994)

  1. A. junci (Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm.) Kohlm. &Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 13(1): 24 (1994) on the culmus of Juncus romerianus and other marine phanerogams

Biflua Jorg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1187 (1989)

  1. B. physasca Jørg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1187 (1989) on driftwood, often associated with sand

Crinigera I. Schmidt, Mycotaxon 24: 420 (1985)

  1. C. maritima I. Schmidt, Nat. Naturs. Mecklenburg. 7: 11 (1969) on marine algae

Dryosphaera Jørg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1184 (1989)

  1. D. navigans Jørg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1185 (1989) on driftwood, often associated with sand
  2. D. tenuis Andrienko, Ukr. Bot. Zh. 58: 244 (2001)
  3. D. tropicalis Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Can. J. Bot. 71(7): 992 (1993) occurs on intertidal and supratidal wood on sandy beaches

Eiona Kohlm., Ber. Deut. Bot. Ges. 81: 58 (1968)

  1. E. tunicata Kohlm., Ber. Deut. Bot. Ges. 81: 58 (1968) occurs on driftwood, often associated with sand

*Fusariella Sacc., Atti dell´Istituto Veneto Scienze 2: 463 (1884)

  1. *F. obstipa (Pollack) S. Hughes, Mycol Pap 28: 9 (1949) endophytic fungi in the roots of mangrove species

*Hansfordia S. Hughes, Mycological Papers 43: 15 (1951)

  1. *H. pulvinata (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) S. Hughes, Can J Bot 36: 771 (1958)

Hapsidascus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 10: 113 (1991)

  1. H. hadrus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Syst. Ascomyc. 10(2): 115 (1991) found in the tidal water region of mooring posts of oak (Quercus sp.); dead submerged prop root, on mangrove wood

*Hymenopsis Sacc., Syll. Fung. 4: 744 (1886)

  1. *H. chlorothrix Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 105(4): 504 (2001) saltmarsh Juncus roemerianus, probably a facultatively marine

Mangrovispora K.D. Hyde & Nakagiri, Syst. Ascomyc. 10(1): 19 (1991)

  1. M. pemphii K.D. Hyde & Nakagiri, Syst. Ascomyc. 10(1): 20 (1991) on wood in brackish estuarine habitats, mangrove wood

Marisolaris Jørg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1190 (1989)

  1. M. ansata Jørg. Koch & E.B.G. Jones, Can. J. Bot. 67(4): 1193 (1989) occurs on driftwood, often associated with sand

Orcadia G.K. Sutherl., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 5(1): 151 (1915)

  1. O. ascophylli G.K. Sutherl., Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 5(1): 151 (1915) on marine brown algae

Rhizophila K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Mycotaxon 34(2): 527 (1989)

  1. R. marina K.D. Hyde & E.B.G. Jones, Mycotaxon 34(2): 528 (1989) from mangrove prop roots, usually Rhizophora spp.

*Tetranacriella Kohlm. & Volkm-Kohlm, Bot. Mar. 44(2): 152 (2001)

  1. *T. papillata Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Bot. Mar. 44(2): 152 (2001) facultative marine species and grows in the middle of culms and on involucre leaves, also salt marsh plants, e.g. Spartina sp.

 

ASEXUAL MARINE FUNGI

Some of the marine species listed in this section may not have been sequenced thus confirmation of their taxonomic position is required, although terrestrial species may have been assigned to a higher taxon. For most species listed there are no cultures or sequences.

*Asteromyces Moreau & M. Moreau ex Hennebert, Can. J. Bot. 40(9): 1211 (1962)

  1. A. cruciatus Moreau & F. Moreau ex Hennebert, Can. J. Bot. 40(9): 1213 (1962) originally isolated from sand in dunes, also on marine algae

*Cytoplacosphaeria Petr., Annls Mycol. 17(2-6): 79 (1919)

  1. C. phragmiticola Poon & K.D. Hyde, Bot. Mar. 41(2): 148 (1998) intertidal estuarine on Phragmites sp., salt marsh plants e.g. Spartina sp.

*Diplocladiella G. Arnaud ex M.B. Ellis, More dematiaceous Hyphomycetes: 229 (1976)

  1. D. scalaroides G. Arnaud ex M.B. Ellis, More dematiaceous Hyphomycetes: 229 (1976) endophyte, estuarine habitats on wood, sea foam

*Dictyopolyschema M.B. Ellis, More dematiaceous Hyphomycetes: 373 (1976) 

  1. D. pirozynskiiB. Ellis, More dematiaceous Hyphomycetes: 374 (1976) on mangrove substrates India

*Heliscella Marvanov, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 75(2): 224 (1980)

  1. H. stellatacula (P.W. Kirk ex Marvanov & Sv. Nilsson) Marvanov, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 75(2): 224 (1980) mangrove during wet season

*Hyphopolynema Nag Raj, Can. J. Bot. 55(7): 760 (1977)

  1. H. juncatile Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycotaxon 70: 489 (1999) On slat marsh plants, Juncus roemerianus

*Nypaella K.D. Hyde & B. Sutton, Mycol. Res. 96(3): 210 (1992)

  1. N. frondicola K.D. Hyde & B. Sutton, Mycol. Res. 96(3): 210 (1992) intertidal fronds of Nypa fruticans

Monodictys S. Hughes, Canadian Journal of Botany 36 (6): 785 (1958)

  1. M. putredinis (Wallr.) S. Hughes, Canadian Journal of Botany 36 (6): 785 (1958) driftwood, sea defence timbers

*Mycoenterolobium Goos, Mycologia 62(1): 172 (1970)

  1. M. platysporum Goos, Mycologia 62(1): 172 (1970) Substrate: submerged Rhizophora stylosa wood …

*Octopodotus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 95(1): 117 (2003)

  1. O. stupendus Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 95(1): 117 (2003) obligate marine fungus from the decomposing salt-marsh plant, Spartina alterniflora.

*PhragmospathulaSubram. & N.G. Nair, Anton. van Leeuw. 32(4): 384 (1966)

  1. P. phoenicis Subram. & N.G. Nair, Anton. van Leeuw. 32(4): 384 (1966) reported on mangrove substrates

*Plectophomella Moesz, Magy. Bot. Lapok 21: 13 (1922)

  1. P. nypae K.D. Hyde & B. Sutton, Mycol. Res. 96(3): 211 (1992) on petioles of the brackish water palm Nypa fruticans

*Pycnodallia Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 105(4): 500 (2001)

  1. P. dupla Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycol. Res. 105(4): 500 (2001) described from saltmarsh Juncus roemerianus, Facultative marine?

*Sporidesmium Link, Mag. Gesell. Naturf. Freunde, Berlin 3(1-2): 41 (1809)

Pleosporales? No molec data

  1. S. salinum E.B.G. Jones, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 46(1): 135 (1963) on test panels exposed in the sea, Genus polyphyletic, species needs recollecting and sequencing.

*Trichocladium Harz, Bull. Soc. Imp. Nat. Moscou 44(1): 125 (1871)

(Polyphyletic genus with six marine species, but these have not been sequenced)

  1. T. alopallonellum (Meyers & R.T. Moore) Kohlm. & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycotaxon 53: 352 (1995) on driftwood, test panels submerged in the, wide variety of host substrates
  2. T. griseum (Traaen) X. Wei Wang & Houbraken, Studies in Mycology 93: 141 (2018) marine sediments
  3. T. lignicola I. Schmidt [as 'lignincola'], Natur Naturschutz Mecklenberg 12: 116 (1974) drfitwood
  4. T. melhae E.B.G. Jones, Abdel-Wahab &Vrijmoed, Fungal Divers. 7: 50 (2001) collected frequently on wood associated with sand

*Cytoplacosphaeria Petr., Annls Mycol. 17(2-6): 79 (1919)

  1. C. rimosa Petr., Annls Mycol. 17(2/6): 79 (1919) Intertidal decaying stems and leaf sheaths of Phragmites australis, also Spartina sp.

Phaeodactylium Agnihothr., Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences Section B 68 (4): 206 (1968)

  1. Ph. alpiniae (Sawada) M.B. Ellis, Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes: 215 (1971) isolated from mangrove mud

*Phialophorophoma Linder, Farlowia 1(3): 402 (1944)

  1. P. litoralis Linder, Farlowia 1: 403 (1944) on driftwood, salt marsh, mangrove substrates

*Phragmostilbe Subram., Mycopath. Mycol. Appl. 10(4): 351 (1959)

  1. Ph. linderi , Mycopath. Mycol. Appl. 10(4): 352 (1959) endophytic fungi in the roots of mangrove species

Piricauda Bubák, Annales Mycologici 12 (2): 218 (1914)

  1. P. elliptica (Cooke) R.T. Moore, Rhodora 61: 99 (1959) driftwood, sediments

*Pleurophomopsis Petr., Annls Mycol. 22(1-2): 156 (1924)

  1. P. nypae K.D. Hyde & B. Sutton, Mycol. Res. 96(3): 213 (1992) occur on the brackish water palm Nypa fruticans

Zygosporium Mont., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique 17: 152 (1842)

  1. Z. gibbum (Sacc., M. Rousseau & E. Bommer) S. Hughes, Canadian Journal of Botany 36 (6): 825 (1958) on various mangrove wood
  2. Z. masonii S. Hughes, Mycol. Pap. 44: 15 (1951) associated with the decomposition of the black rush, Juncus roemerianus

 

Phylum: 1. MUCOROMYCOTA Doweld, Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum, Tentamen systematis plantarum vascularium (Tracheophyta): LXXVII (2001)

MUCOROMYCOTINA Benny, Mycological Research 111 (5): 517 (2006)

MUCOROMYCETES Doweld, Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum, Tentamen systematis plantarum vascularium (Tracheophyta): LXXVII (2001)

1. MUCORALES Fr., Systema Mycologicum 3: 296 (1832)

Cunninghamellaceae Naumov ex R.K. Benj., Aliso 4: 415 (1959)

Cunninghamella Matr., Annales Mycologici 1: 47 (1903)

  1. #C. bertholletiae Stadel, Über neuen Pilz, Cunn. bertholletiae, (Diss., Kiel): 1-35 (1911)
  2. C. elegans Lendn., Bulletin de l´Herbier Boissier 2 sér., 7: 250, isolated from mangrove sediments

Lichtheimiaceae Kerst. Hoffmann, Walther & K. Voigt, Mycological Research 113 (3): 277 (2009)

Circinella Tiegh. & G. Le Monn., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique 17: 298 (1873)

  1. C. simplex Tiegh., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique sér. 6, 1: 92 (1875) isolated from mangrove sediments

Lichtheimia Vuill., Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 19: 126 (1903)

  1. L. corymbifera (Cohn) Vuill., Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 19: 126 (1903) isolated from mangrove sediments
  2. L. ramosa (Zopf) Vuill., Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 19: 126 (1903) isolated from mangrove sediments

Rhizomucor Lucet & Costantin, Rev. Gén. Bot.: 88 (1900)

  1. Rh. pusillus (Lindt) Schipper, Studies in Mycology 17: 54 (1978) isolated from mangrove sediments

Mucoraceae Dumort., Commentationes botanicae: 69: 81 (1822)

Absidia Tiegh., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique 4 (4): 350 (1878)

  1. A. glauca Hagem, Skrifterudgivneaf Videnskabs-Selskabeti Christiania. Mathematisk-Naturvidenskabelig Klasse 7: 43 (1908)
  2. A. spinosa Lendn., Bulletin de l´Herbier Boissier 2 sér., 7: 250 (1907) isolated from mangrove sediments

Mucor Fresen., Beitrge zur Mykologie 1: 7 (1850)

  1. M. circinelloides Tiegh., Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique sér. 6, 1: 94 (1875) isolated from mangrove sediments
  2. M. hiemalis Wehmer, Annales Mycologici 1(1): 39 (1903)
  3. M. racemosus Bull., Hist. Champ. Fr. (Paris) 1: 104 (1791)
  4. M. racemosusf. Sphaerosporus (Hagem) Schipper, Studies in Mycology 36 (4): 480 (1970)

Rhizopus Ehrenb., Nova Acta Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-CarolinaeGermanicae Naturae Curiosorum 10: 198 (1820

  1. #Rh. microsporus var. rhizopodiformis (Cohn) Schipper & Stalpers, Stud. Mycol. 25: 30 (1984)
  2. Rh. stolonifer (Ehrenb.) Vuill., Revue Mycol., Toulouse 24: 54 (1902)

Syzygites

  1. S. megalocarpus Ehrenb., Sylvae mycologicae Berolinenses: 25 (1818)

Syncephalastraceae Naumov ex R.K. Benj., Aliso 4: 327 (1959)

Syncephalastrum J. Schröt., Kryptogamen-Flora von Schlesien 3-1(2): 217 (1886)

  1. S. racemosum Cohn ex J. Schröt. Kryptogamen-Flora von Schlesien 3-1(2): 217 (1886) isolated from mangrove sediments

 

Phylum: MORTIERELLOMYCOTA Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel, T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 152 (2018)

MORTIERELLOMYCOTINA Kerst. Hoffmann, Voigt & P.M. Kirk, Mycotaxon 115: 360 (2011)

MORTIERELLOMYCETES Doweld, Index Fungorum 46: 1 (2014)

MORTIERELLALES Caval.-Sm., Biological Reviews Cambridge 73: 246 (1998)

Mortierellaceae A. Fisch., Rabenhorst's Kryptogamen-Flora, Pilze - Phycomycetes 1 (4): 268 (1892)

Mortierella Coem., Bulletin de l'Académie Royale des Sciences de Belgique Classe des Sciences 15: 536 (1863)

  1. #Mo. alpina Peyronel, I germi astmosferici dei fungi con micelio: 17 (1913) (isolated from brown alga Padina)

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