Kamalomyces R.K. Verma, N. Sharma & Soni, ForestFungi of Central India: 196 (2008)

Saprobic on dead bamboo. Sexual state: Ascomata forming on a subiculumof crowded black mycelium, superficial, clustered to solitary,globose to subglobose,stalked, ostiolate. Peridium comprising 3–4 layers of darkened cells of textura angularis, dull at margin.Hamathecium comprising filiform, branched pseudoparaphyses,embedded in a gelatinous matrix. Asci 8-spored, bitunicate,thick-walled, saccate-clavate, pedicellate, with an ocular chamber.Ascosporesfusiformtoclavate,slightlytaperingtoward rounded ends, trans-septate with crowded septa,straight or slightly curved, upper part broad, hyaline(from Boonmee et al. 2011). Asexual state: Unknown.

Notes: This genus has ascomata that form on a subiculum of crowded, black mycelium and fusiformtoclavate,trans-septate, hyaline ascospores with crowded septa (Boonmee et al. 2011). There are presently two species (Dubey and Neelima, 2013), both from bamboo.