Striatiguttulaceae S.N. Zhang, K.D. Hyde & J.K. Liu, MycoKeys 49: 110 (2019).
MycoBank number: MB 828272; Index Fungorum number: IF 828272; Facesoffungi number: FoF 05032, 3 species.
Saprobic on palms distributed in mangrove habitats. Sexual morph: Stromata or ascomata black, scattered to gregarious, immersed, and erumpent to superficial, with a papilla or a short to long neck, ampulliform, subglobose or conical, uni-loculate or bi-loculate, coriaceous to carbonaceous, ostiolate, periphysate, papillate, clypeate or not clear, glabrous or somewhat interwoven pale brown hyphae or setae. Peridium composed of several brown to hyaline cell layers. Hamathecium comprising trabeculate pseudoparaphyses. Asci 8-spored, bitunicate, cylindric- clavate, pedicellate. Ascospores 1–2-seriate or 3-seriate, fusiform or ellipsoidal, hyaline to brown, 1–3-septate, with longitudinal striations and paler end cells, surrounded by a mucilaginous sheath. Asexual morph: Undetermined.
Type – Striatiguttula S.N. Zhang, K.D. Hyde & J.K. Liu.
Notes – Zhang et al. (2019b) established the pleosporalean family Striatiguttulaceae based on morphology, phylogeny and divergence time estimation. The family contains two genera Longicorpus and Striatiguttula, with three species collected from mangrove palms.