Brachiampulla Réblová & Hern.-Restr., gen. nov.
MycoBank number: MB 836364; Index Fungorum number: IF 836364; Facesoffungi number: FoF;
Type species: Brachiampulla verticillata (B. Sutton & Hodges) Réblová & Hern.-Restr.
Etymology: Brachium (Latin) arm, branch, ampulla (Latin) bottle, referring to divergent lageniform conidiogenous cells with a long extension resembling branches.
Description: Colonies effuse, dark brown, whitish-brown when sporulating, hairy. Mycelium mostly superficial, hyphae branched, septate, pigmented. Anamorph: Conidiophores macronematous, mononematous, erect, setiform, unbranched, pigmented. Conidiogenous cells polyphialidic, indeterminate, ampulliform to lageniform, elongating percurrently and sympodially, discrete, lateral, arranged singly or in whorls, or terminal, integrated. Conidia hyaline, aseptate, aggregated in slimy heads. Teleomorph: Not observed.