Pseudoacrospermum Crous, gen. nov.

MycoBank number: MB 839303; Index Fungorum number: IF 839303; Facesoffungi number: FoF 11851;

Etymology: Name refers to the fact that it is phylogenetically closely related to Acrospermum.

Mycelium consisting of septate, branched, smooth, pale brown, hyphae. Conidiophores solitary, erect, flexuous, subcylindrical, multiseptate, unbranched with basal T-cell, arising from superficial mycelium, thick-walled, pale olivaceous, smooth, lacking rhizoids, terminating in a slightly swollen conidiogenous cell. Conidiogenous cells integrated, terminal, subclavate, with numerous sympodial loci aggregated in a rachis, darkened, thickened, but not refractive, pimple-like, protruding. Conidia solitary, smooth, pale olivaceous to granular, subclavate, curved, apex obtuse, tapering to truncate hilum, darkened, thickened, and refractive, somewhat thick-walled, transversely septate.

Type species: Pseudoacrospermum goniomae Crous