Septoriella Oudem., Ned. kruidk. Archf, 2 sér. 5: 52 [repr.] (1889).
MycoBank number: MB 9895; Index Fungorum number: IF 9895; Facesoffungi number: FoF 00304; 33 morphological species (This study), 22 species with molecular data.
= Wojnowicia Sacc., Syll. fung. (Abellini) 10: 328 (1892).
Type species – Septoriella phragmitis Oudem., Ned. kruidk. Archf, 2 sér. 5: 54 [repr.] (1889)
Notes – Septoriella was re-circumscribed by Crous et al. (2015a). The genus was initially well-known as an asexual genus forming pycnidial, unilocular, globose to subglobose, dark brown, glabrous conidiomata, with circular ostiole, ampulliform to lageniform conidiogenous cells, with proliferating via inconspicuous percurrent proliferations near apex, and fusiform to subcylindrical, pale brown, septate, smooth or minutely verruculose conidia (Crous et al. 2015a). Crous et al. (2015a) confirmed the genus in Phaeosphaeriaceae and treated Wojnowicia as a synonym of Septoriella. The number of species in Septoriella has been subsequently increased based on molecular phylogeny coupled with morphological characteristics (Li et al. 2015, Thambugala et al. 2017b, Marin-Felix et al. 2019, Hyde et al. 2020b).