The ordinal name Glomerellales (Index fungorum number: IF 515429) including Colletotrichum (= Glomerella) and three other genera in a non-ranked group “Eu-Glomérellales” was introduced by Chadefaud (1960), but was not validly published. Réblová et al. (2011) proposed Glomerellales to accommodate the families Australiascaceae, Glomerellaceae and Reticulascaceae based on morphology, as well as analyses of [...]
Savoryellaceae Jaklitsch & Réblová, Index Fungorum 209: 1 (2015) Index Fungorum number: IF 551026 Savoryellaceae was erected by Jaklitsch in 2015 and followed by Maharachchikumbura et al. (2016), Hyde et al. (2016) and (2020a). Four genera are accommodated in Savoryellaceae, i.e., Ascotaiwania, Canalisporium, Rhexoacrodictys and Savoryella.
Pleurotheciaceae Réblová & Seifer, in Réblová, Seifert, Fournier & Štěpánek, Persoonia 37: 63 (2015)  Index Fungorum number: IF 813229 The family comprises 11 genera (Wijayawardene et al. 2020) and the latest treatment was carried out by Luo et al. (2019).
Trichoderma Pers., Neues Mag. Bot. 1: 92 (1794) Index Fungorum number: IF 10282 Trichoderma is the type of Hypocreaceae and the family consists of 378 known species (Hyde et al. 2020a). Trichoderma species were the most popular in terms of their rapid cultivation in ubiquitous environments such as rotting plant materials, animals and microbes [...]
Hypocreaceae De Not. [as 'Hypocreacei'], G. bot. ital. 2(1): 48 (1844) Index Fungorum number: IF 80892 Members of the Hypocreaceae have the most colourful, fleshiest stroma found in nature. They are found as biotrophic, hemibiotrophic, saprobic or hypersaprobic and fungicolus forms (Chaverri & Samuels 2003, Jaklitsch 2009, 2011, Rossman et al. 2013, Talavera-Ortiz et [...]
Falcocladiales R.H. Perera, Maharachch., S. Somrithipol, S. Suetrong & K.D. Hyde Index Fungorum number: IF551132 Type family: Falcocladiaceae This monotypic order in the subclass Hypocreomycetidae is introduced to accommodate the family Falcocladiaceae. Members of this family are saprobes on leaf litter and leaves including Eucalyptus grandis and E. camaldulensis in tropical, terrestrial habitats (Crous et al. 1994; [...]