Canalisporium pulchrum (Hol.-Jech. & Mercado) Nawawi & Kuthub., Mycotaxon 34: 481 (1989) Index Fungorum number: IF 125433 Saprobic on submerged wood. Asexual morph: Sporodochia scattered, punctiform, pulvinate, granular, black, shining. Mycelium mostly immersed, consisted of branched, thin-walled, hyaline to pale brown hyphae. Conidiophores up to 75 μm long, micronematous, mononematous, septate, unbranched, constricted at [...]
Canalisporium Nawawi & Kuthubutheen, Mycotaxon 34(2): 477 (1989) Index Fungorum number: IF 11041 Canalisporium is the largest genus in Savoryellaceae comprising 16 species (Index Fungorum 2020). The latest treatment of Canalisporium was carried out by Hyde et al. (2020a) and this is followed in this study. Phylogram generated from maximum likelihood analysis [...]
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.
Phaeoisaria clematidis (Fuckel) S. Hughes, Can. J. Bot. 36: 794 (1958) Index Fungorum number: IF 302703 Saprobic on submerged wood. Asexual morph: Colonies effuse, scattered to gregarious, hairy, brown, covered with bright white conidia. Mycelium partly immersed, partly superficial. Conidiophores 870–900 × 23–28 μm (x̅ = 885 × 25 μm, n = 5), macronematous, [...]
Phaeoisaria Höhn., Sber. Akad. Wiss. Wien, Math.-naturw. Kl., Abt. 1 118: 330 (1909) Index Fungorum number: IF 9305 Phaeoisaria, typified by P. bambusae, comprises 30 epithets in Index Fungorum (2020). Phaeoisaria is characterized by dark brown to black synnemata, polyblastic conidiogenous cells and ellipsoidal to obovoidal conidia (Luo et al. 2019). Phaeoisaria species form [...]
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).
Sammeyersia grandispora (Meyers) S.Y. Guo, E.B.G. Jones & K.L. Pang, Bot. Mar.: 0.1515/bot-2016-0118, 15 (2017) Index Fungorum number: IF 820461 Saprobic on submerged mangrove wood. Sexual morph: Ascomata 100–350 × 135–300 µm, globose or subglobose to pyriform, immersed or superficial, ostiolate, with a long neck, brown to black, solitary or gregarious. Necks upto 700–800 [...]
Sammeyersia S.Y. Guo, E.B.G. Jones & K.L. Pang, in Abdel-Wahab et al., Bot. Mar.: 0.1515/bot-2016-0118, 15 (2017) Index Fungorum number: IF 820458 Sammeyersia is a monotypic genus introduced by Abdel-Wahab et al. (2017) to accommodate Sammeyersia grandispora (= Lulworthia grandispora). Species Sammeyersia grandispora
Lulworthiaceae Kohlm., Spatafora & Volkm.-Kohlm., Mycologia 92(3): 456 (2000) Index Fungorum number: IF 82091 Lulworthiaceae was introduced to accommodate several species belonging to Lulworthia and Lindra with filamentous ascospores (Kohlmeyer et al. 2000). This family comprises the genera, Halazoon, Haloguignardia, Hydea, Kohlmeyeriella, Lindra, Lulwoidea, Lulworthia, Matsusporium, Moleospora, Moromyces, Orbimyces, Spathulospora and Sammeyersia (Jones et [...]
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 [...]