Dubujianaceae D. Pem, Doilom & K.D. Hyde, Mycosphere 10(1): 1115–1246 (2019).

MycoBank number: MB 557065; Index Fungorum number: IF 557065; Facesoffungi number: FoF 06679, 1 species.

Endophytic, saprobic or pathogenic on leaves. Sexual morph: Undetermined. Asexual morph: Mycelium at first subcuticular, developing onto leaf surface from leaf glands forming scattered to sporadically confluent superficial thalli, circular in outline, composed of a basal layer of flattened, parallel, branching, brown hyphae with setae. Lacking hyphopodia, Hyphal strands radiate from base of central, raised pycnidium over the basal layer and onto the substrate. Conidiomata wall composed of thick dark-brown walled cells of textura globulosa. Conidiophores densely aggregated, slender, subulate, simple, frequently branched above, reduced to conidiogenous cells, or with 1–2 supporting cells. Conidiogenous cells annellidic, simple, tapering, hyaline, smooth, rarely with percurrent proliferations. Conidia ellipsoidal, fusiform to lunate, hyaline becoming pale brown at maturity, 1-septate, punctate, smooth-walled.

Type: Dubujiana D.R. Reynolds & G.S. Gilbert.

Notes: Pem et al. (2019c) introduced Dubujianaceae with Dubujiana as the type genus. Species of Dubujianaceae have an epifoliar lifestyle with pycnidia arising from leaf glands in the outer portions of the hyphal system with individual hyphal strands extending from the large central pycnidium.