Fungal Diversity

, Volume 75, Issue 1, pp 27–274 | Cite as

Fungal diversity notes 111–252—taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa

  • Hiran A. Ariyawansa
  • Kevin D. Hyde
  • Subashini C. Jayasiri
  • Bart Buyck
  • K. W. Thilini Chethana
  • Dong Qin Dai
  • Yu Cheng Dai
  • Dinushani A. Daranagama
  • Ruvishika S. Jayawardena
  • Robert Lücking
  • Masoomeh Ghobad-Nejhad
  • Tuula Niskanen
  • Kasun M. Thambugala
  • Kerstin Voigt
  • Rui Lin Zhao
  • Guo-Jie Li
  • Mingkwan Doilom
  • Saranyaphat Boonmee
  • Zhu L. Yang
  • Qing Cai
  • Yang-Yang Cui
  • Ali H. Bahkali
  • Jie Chen
  • Bao Kai Cui
  • Jia Jia Chen
  • Monika C. Dayarathne
  • Asha J. Dissanayake
  • Anusha H. Ekanayaka
  • Akira Hashimoto
  • Sinang Hongsanan
  • E. B. Gareth Jones
  • Ellen Larsson
  • Wen Jing Li
  • Qi-Rui Li
  • Jian Kui Liu
  • Zong Long Luo
  • Sajeewa S. N. Maharachchikumbura
  • Ausana Mapook
  • Eric H. C. McKenzie
  • Chada Norphanphoun
  • Sirinapa Konta
  • Ka Lai Pang
  • Rekhani H. Perera
  • Rungtiwa Phookamsak
  • Chayanard Phukhamsakda
  • Umpava Pinruan
  • Emile Randrianjohany
  • Chonticha Singtripop
  • Kazuaki Tanaka
  • Cheng Ming Tian
  • Saowaluck Tibpromma
  • Mohamed A. Abdel-Wahab
  • Dhanushka N. Wanasinghe
  • Nalin N. Wijayawardene
  • Jin-Feng Zhang
  • Huang Zhang
  • Faten A. Abdel-Aziz
  • Mats Wedin
  • Martin Westberg
  • Joseph F. Ammirati
  • Timur S. Bulgakov
  • Diogo X. Lima
  • Tony M. Callaghan
  • Philipp Callac
  • Cheng-Hao Chang
  • Luis F. Coca
  • Manuela Dal-Forno
  • Veronika Dollhofer
  • Kateřina Fliegerová
  • Katrin Greiner
  • Gareth W. Griffith
  • Hsiao-Man Ho
  • Valerie Hofstetter
  • Rajesh Jeewon
  • Ji Chuan Kang
  • Ting-Chi Wen
  • Paul M. Kirk
  • Ilkka Kytövuori
  • James D. Lawrey
  • Jia Xing
  • Hong Li
  • Zou Yi Liu
  • Xing Zhong Liu
  • Kare Liimatainen
  • H. Thorsten Lumbsch
  • Misato Matsumura
  • Bibiana Moncada
  • Salilaporn Nuankaew
  • Sittiporn Parnmen
  • André L. C. M. de Azevedo Santiago
  • Sujinda Sommai
  • Yu Song
  • Carlos A. F. de Souza
  • Cristina M. de Souza-Motta
  • Hong Yan Su
  • Satinee Suetrong
  • Yong Wang
  • Syuan-Fong Wei
  • Ting Chi Wen
  • Hai Sheng Yuan
  • Li Wei Zhou
  • Martina Réblová
  • Jacques Fournier
  • Erio Camporesi
  • J. Jennifer Luangsa-ard
  • Kanoksri Tasanathai
  • Artit Khonsanit
  • Donnaya Thanakitpipattana
  • Sayanh Somrithipol
  • Paul Diederich
  • Ana M. Millanes
  • Ralph S. Common
  • Marc Stadler
  • Ji Ye Yan
  • XingHong Li
  • Hye Won Lee
  • Thi T. T. Nguyen
  • Hyang Burm Lee
  • Eliseo Battistin
  • Orlando Marsico
  • Alfredo Vizzini
  • Jordi Vila
  • Enrico Ercole
  • Ursula Eberhardt
  • Giampaolo Simonini
  • Hua-An Wen
  • Xin-Hua Chen
  • Otto Miettinen
  • Viacheslav Spirin
  • Hernawati
Article

Abstract

This paper is a compilation of notes on 142 fungal taxa, including five new families, 20 new genera, and 100 new species, representing a wide taxonomic and geographic range. The new families, Ascocylindricaceae, Caryosporaceae and Wicklowiaceae (Ascomycota) are introduced based on their distinct lineages and unique morphology. The new Dothideomycete genera Pseudomassariosphaeria (Amniculicolaceae), Heracleicola, Neodidymella and Pseudomicrosphaeriopsis (Didymellaceae), Pseudopithomyces (Didymosphaeriaceae), Brunneoclavispora, Neolophiostoma and Sulcosporium (Halotthiaceae), Lophiohelichrysum (Lophiostomataceae), Galliicola, Populocrescentia and Vagicola (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Ascocylindrica (Ascocylindricaceae), Elongatopedicellata (Roussoellaceae), Pseudoasteromassaria (Latoruaceae) and Pseudomonodictys (Macrodiplodiopsidaceae) are introduced. The newly described species of Dothideomycetes (Ascomycota) are Pseudomassariosphaeria bromicola (Amniculicolaceae), Flammeascoma lignicola (Anteagloniaceae), Ascocylindrica marina (Ascocylindricaceae), Lembosia xyliae (Asterinaceae), Diplodia crataegicola and Diplodia galiicola (Botryosphaeriaceae), Caryospora aquatica (Caryosporaceae), Heracleicola premilcurensis and Neodidymella thailandicum (Didymellaceae), Pseudopithomyces palmicola (Didymosphaeriaceae), Floricola viticola (Floricolaceae), Brunneoclavispora bambusae, Neolophiostoma pigmentatum and Sulcosporium thailandica (Halotthiaceae), Pseudoasteromassaria fagi (Latoruaceae), Keissleriella dactylidicola (Lentitheciaceae), Lophiohelichrysum helichrysi (Lophiostomataceae), Aquasubmersa japonica (Lophiotremataceae), Pseudomonodictys tectonae (Macrodiplodiopsidaceae), Microthyrium buxicola and Tumidispora shoreae (Microthyriaceae), Alloleptosphaeria clematidis, Allophaeosphaeria cytisi, Allophaeosphaeria subcylindrospora, Dematiopleospora luzulae, Entodesmium artemisiae, Galiicola pseudophaeosphaeria, Loratospora luzulae, Nodulosphaeria senecionis, Ophiosphaerella aquaticus, Populocrescentia forlicesenensis and Vagicola vagans (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Elongatopedicellata lignicola, Roussoella magnatum and Roussoella angustior (Roussoellaceae) and Shrungabeeja longiappendiculata (Tetraploasphaeriaceae). The new combinations Pseudomassariosphaeria grandispora, Austropleospora archidendri, Pseudopithomyces chartarum, Pseudopithomyces maydicus, Pseudopithomyces sacchari, Vagicola vagans, Punctulariopsis cremeoalbida and Punctulariopsis efibulata Dothideomycetes. The new genera Dictyosporella (Annulatascaceae), and Tinhaudeus (Halosphaeriaceae) are introduced in Sordariomycetes (Ascomycota) while Dictyosporella aquatica (Annulatascaceae), Chaetosphaeria rivularia (Chaetosphaeriaceae), Beauveria gryllotalpidicola and Beauveria loeiensis (Cordycipitaceae), Seimatosporium sorbi and Seimatosporium pseudorosarum (Discosiaceae), Colletotrichum aciculare, Colletotrichum fusiforme and Colletotrichum hymenocallidicola (Glomerellaceae), Tinhaudeus formosanus (Halosphaeriaceae), Pestalotiopsis subshorea and Pestalotiopsis dracaenea (Pestalotiopsiceae), Phaeoacremonium tectonae (Togniniaceae), Cytospora parasitica and Cytospora tanaitica (Valsaceae), Annulohypoxylon palmicola, Biscogniauxia effusae and Nemania fusoideis (Xylariaceae) are introduced as novel species to order Sordariomycetes. The newly described species of Eurotiomycetes are Mycocalicium hyaloparvicellulum (Mycocaliciaceae). Acarospora septentrionalis and Acarospora castaneocarpa (Acarosporaceae), Chapsa multicarpa and Fissurina carassensis (Graphidaceae), Sticta fuscotomentosa and Sticta subfilicinella (Lobariaceae) are newly introduced in class Lecanoromycetes. In class Pezizomycetes, Helvella pseudolacunosa and Helvella rugosa (Helvellaceae) are introduced as new species. The new families, Dendrominiaceae and Neoantrodiellaceae (Basidiomycota) are introduced together with a new genus Neoantrodiella (Neoantrodiellaceae), here based on both morphology coupled with molecular data. In the class Agaricomycetes, Agaricus pseudolangei, Agaricus haematinus, Agaricus atrodiscus and Agaricus exilissimus (Agaricaceae), Amanita melleialba, Amanita pseudosychnopyramis and Amanita subparvipantherina (Amanitaceae), Entoloma calabrum, Cora barbulata, Dictyonema gomezianum and Inocybe granulosa (Inocybaceae), Xerocomellus sarnarii (Boletaceae), Cantharellus eucalyptorum, Cantharellus nigrescens, Cantharellus tricolor and Cantharellus variabilicolor (Cantharellaceae), Cortinarius alboamarescens, Cortinarius brunneoalbus, Cortinarius ochroamarus, Cortinarius putorius and Cortinarius seidlii (Cortinariaceae), Hymenochaete micropora and Hymenochaete subporioides (Hymenochaetaceae), Xylodon ramicida (Schizoporaceae), Colospora andalasii (Polyporaceae), Russula guangxiensis and Russula hakkae (Russulaceae), Tremella dirinariae, Tremella graphidis and Tremella pyrenulae (Tremellaceae) are introduced. Four new combinations Neoantrodiella gypsea, Neoantrodiella thujae (Neoantrodiellaceae), Punctulariopsis cremeoalbida, Punctulariopsis efibulata (Punctulariaceae) are also introduced here for the division Basidiomycota. Furthermore Absidia caatinguensis, Absidia koreana and Gongronella koreana (Cunninghamellaceae), Mortierella pisiformis and Mortierella formosana (Mortierellaceae) are newly introduced in the Zygomycota, while Neocallimastix cameroonii and Piromyces irregularis (Neocallimastigaceae) are introduced in the Neocallimastigomycota. Reference specimens or changes in classification and notes are provided for Alternaria ethzedia, Cucurbitaria ephedricola, Austropleospora, Austropleospora archidendri, Byssosphaeria rhodomphala, Lophiostoma caulium, Pseudopithomyces maydicus, Massariosphaeria, Neomassariosphaeria and Pestalotiopsis montellica.

Keywords

Fungi Taxonomy New genus New species Phylogeny 

Supplementary material

13225_2015_346_MOESM1_ESM.doc (32 kb)
Supplementary Table 2(DOC 31 kb)
13225_2015_346_MOESM2_ESM.doc (35 kb)
Supplementary Table 3(DOC 35 kb)
13225_2015_346_MOESM3_ESM.doc (28 kb)
Supplementary Table 4(DOC 28 kb)

References

  1. Abbott SP, Currah RS (1997) The Hevellaceae: systematic revision and occurrence in northern and northwestern North America. Mycotaxon 62:1–125Google Scholar
  2. Abdel-Aziz FA, Abdel-Wahab MA (2010) Lolia aquaticagen. et sp. nov. (Lindgomycetaceae, Pleosporales), a new coelomycete from freshwater habitats in Egypt. Mycotaxon 114(1):33–42CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Abdel-Wahab MA, Pang KL, Nagahama T, Abdel-Aziz FA, Jones EBG (2010) Phylogenetic evaluation of anamorphic species of Cirrenalia and Cumulopsora with the description of eight new genera and four new species. Mycol Prog 9:537–558CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Abdel-Wahab MA, Abdel-Aziz FA, Mohamed SS, Abdel-Aziz AE (2011) Annulatascus nilensis sp. nov., a new freshwaterascomycete from the River Nile, Egypt. IMA Fungus 2:1–6PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Adamčík S, Buyck B (2012) Type-studies in American Russula (Russulales, Basidio-mycota): in and out subsection Roseinae. Nova Hedwigia 94(3–4):413–428CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Adams GC, Surve-Iyer RS, Iezzoni AF (2002) Ribosomal DNA sequence divergence and group I introns within the Leucostoma species L. cinctum, L. persoonii, and L. parapersoonii sp. nov., ascomycetes that cause Cytospora canker of fruit trees. Mycologia 94:947–967PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Adams GC, Wingfield MJ, Common R, Roux J (2005) Phylogenetic relationships and morphology of Cytospora species and related teleomorphs (Ascomycota, Diaporthales, Valsaceae) from Eucalyptus. Stud Mycol 52:1–144Google Scholar
  8. Adams GC, Roux J, Wingfield MJ (2006) Cytospora species (Ascomycota, Diaporthales, Valsaceae): introduced and native pathogens of trees in South Africa. Australas Plant Pathol 35:521–548CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  9. Aime MC, Largent DL, Henkel TW, Baroni TJ (2010) The Entolomataceae of the Pakaraima Mountains of Guyana IV: new species of Calliderma, Paraeccilia and Trichopilus. Mycologia 102:633–649PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Alvarado P, Manjón JL, Matheny PB, Esteve-Raventós F (2010) Tubariomyces, a new genus of Inocybaceae from the Mediterra- nean region. Mycologia 102:1389–1397PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  11. Angeles Vinuesa MDL, Sanches-Puelles JS, Tibell L (2001) Intraspecific variation in Mycocalicium subtile (Mycocaliciaceae) elucidated by morphology and the sequences of the ITS1-5.8SITS2 region of rDNA. Mycol Res 105(3):323–330Google Scholar
  12. Ariyawansa HA, Camporesi E, Thambugala KM, Mapook A, Kang JC, Alias SA, Chukeatirote E, Thines M, Mckenzie EHC, Hyde KD (2014a) Confusion surrounding Didymosphaeria — phylogenetic and morphological evidence suggest Didymosphaeriaceae is not a distinct family. Phytotaxa 176(1):102–119CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  13. Ariyawansa HA, Tanaka K, Thambugala KM, Phookamsak R, Tian Q, Camporesi E, Hongsanan S, Monkai J, Wanasinghe DN, Chukeatirote E, Kang JC, Xu JC, McKenzie EHC, Jones EBG, Hyde KD (2014b) A molecular phylogenetic reappraisal of the Didymosphaeriaceae (= Montagnulaceae). Fungal Divers 68:69–104CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Ariyawansa HA, Hawksworth DL, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Manamgoda DS, Thambugala KM, Udayanga D, Camporesi E, Daranagama A, Jayawardena R, Liu JK, McKenzie EHC, Phookamsak R, Senanayake IC, Shivas RG, Tian Q, Xu JC (2014c) Epitypification and neotypification: guidelines with appropriate and inappropriate examples. Fungal Divers 69(1):57–91CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  15. Ariyawansa HA, Thambugala KM, Manamgoda DS, Jayawardena R, Camporesi E, Boonmee S, Hyde KD (2015) Towards a natural classification and backbone tree for Pleosporaceae. Fungal Divers 71(1):85–139CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Aveskamp MM, de Gruyter J, Woudenberg JHC, Verkley GJM, Crous PW (2010) Highlights of the Didymellaceae: a polyphasic approach to characterise Phoma and related pleosporalean genera. Stud Mycol 65:1–60PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  17. Baddley JW, Mostert L, Summerbell RC, Moser SA (2006) Phaeoacremonium parasiticum Infections Confirmed by β-Tubulin Sequence Analysis of Case Isolates. Clin Microbiol 44(6):2207–2211CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  18. Barber PA, Crous PW, Groenewald JZ, Pascoe IG, Keane P (2011) Reassessing Vermisporium (Amphisphaeriaceae), a genus of foliar pathogens of eucalypts. Persoonia 27:90–118PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Baroni TJ, Cantrell SA, Perdomo-Sánchez OP, Lodge DJ (2008) New species of Pouzarella (Entolomataceae, Agaricales) from the Dominican Republic and Jamaica. N Am Fungi 3:241–260CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Baroni TJ, Hofstetter V, Largent DL, Vilgalys R (2011) Entocybe is proposed as a new genus in the Entolomataceae (Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota) based on morphological and molecular evidence. N Am Fungi 6(12):1–19Google Scholar
  21. Barr ME (1978) The Diaporthales in North America with emphasis on Gnomonia and its segregates. Mycol Mem 7:1–232Google Scholar
  22. Barr ME (1979) A classification of Loculoascomycetes. Mycologia 71:935–957CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  23. Barr ME (1983) Muriform ascospores in class Ascomycetes. Mycotaxon 18:149–157Google Scholar
  24. Barr ME (1984) Herpotrichia and its segregates. Mycotaxon 20:1–38Google Scholar
  25. Barr ME (1987) Prodromus to class loculoascomycetes. University of Massachusetts, AmherstGoogle Scholar
  26. Barr ME (1992a) Additions to and notes on the Phaeosphaeriaceae (Pleosporales, Loculoascomycetes). Mycotaxon 43:371–400Google Scholar
  27. Barr ME (1992b) Notes on the Lophiostomataceae (Pleosporales). Mycotaxon 45:191–221Google Scholar
  28. Barr ME (1996) Planistromellaceae, a new family in the Dothideales. Mycotaxon 60:433–442Google Scholar
  29. Barr ME, Huhndorf SM (2001) Loculoascomycetes. In: Esser K, Lemke PA (eds) The Mycota VII systematics and evolution part A. Springer Press, London, pp 283–305Google Scholar
  30. Barr DJS, Kudo H, Jakober KD, Cheng KJ (1989) Morphology and development of rumen fungi: Neocallimastix sp., Piromyces communis, and Orpinomyces bovis gen. nov., sp. nov. Can J Bot 67:2815–2824CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  31. Bas C (1969) Morphology and subdivision of Amanita and a monograph of its section Lepidella. Persoonia 5:285–579Google Scholar
  32. Bas C (2000) A broader view on Amanita. Boll Gruppo Micol G Bresadota 43:9–12Google Scholar
  33. Beeli M (1928) Contribution à l’étude de la Flore Mycologique du Congo. Fungi Goossensiani, VI. Bull Soc R Bot Belg 61:78–100Google Scholar
  34. Benny GL (2009) Zygomycetes. Published on the internet at www.zygomycetes.org. Accessed 17 July 2010
  35. Berkeley MJ (1874) Notices of North American fungi. Grevillea 3(26):49–64Google Scholar
  36. Berkeley MJ, Curtis MA (1874) Myxosporium nitidum. Grevillea 3:13Google Scholar
  37. Bi ZS, Li TH (1986) A preliminary note on Russula species from Guangdong, with a new species and a new variety. Guihaia 6(3):193–199 (in Chinese) Google Scholar
  38. Binder M, Hibbett DS (2006) Molecular systematics and biological diversification of Boletales. Mycologia 98(6):971–981PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  39. Binder M, Justo A, Riley R, Salamov A, Lopez-Giraldez F, Sjökvist E, Copeland A, Foster B, Sun H, Larsson E, Larsson KH, Townsend J, Grigoriev IV, Hibbett DS (2013) Phylogenetic and phylogenomic overview of the Polyporales. Mycologia 105(6):1350–1373PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  40. Boekhout T, Fonseca A, Sampaio JP, Bandoni RJ, Kwon-Chung KJ (2011) Discussion of teleomorphic and anamorphic basidiomycetous yeasts. In: Kurtzman CP, Fell JW, Boekhout T (eds) The yeasts: a taxonomic study. Elsevier, London, pp 1339–1372CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Boidin J, Gilles G (1980) Contribution à l'étude des genres Dendrocorticium, Dendrodontia et Dentocorticium (Basidiomycotina) = Contribution to the study of Dendrocorticium, Dendrodontia et Dentocorticium (Basidiomycotina). Elsevier, Paris, FRANCE Cryptogamie. Mycol 19(3):181–202Google Scholar
  42. Boidin J, Lanquetin P (1983) Basidiomycetes Aphyllophorales epitheloides etales. Mycotaxon 16:461-499Google Scholar
  43. Boise J (1985) An amended description of Trematosphaeria. Mycologia 77(2):230–237CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  44. Bon M (1997) Clé monographique du genre Inocybe (Fr.)Fr. Documents Mycologiques 27(105):1–51Google Scholar
  45. Boonmee S, Ko-Ko TW, Chukeatirote E, Hyde KD, Chen H, Cai L, McKenzie EHC, Jones EBG, Kodsueb R, Hassan BA (2012) Two new Kirschsteiniothelia species with Dendryphiopsis anamorphs cluster in Kirschsteiniotheliaceae fam. nov. Mycologia 104:698–714PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  46. Braune R (1913) Untersuchungen über die im Wiederkäuermagen vorkommenden Protozoen. Arch Protistenkd 32:111–170Google Scholar
  47. Breton A, Bernalier A, Dusser M, Fonty G, Gaillard-Martinie B, Guillot J (1990) Anaeromyces mucronatus nov. gen., nov. sp. A new strictly anaerobic rumen fungus with polycentric thallus. FEMS Microbiol Lett 58:177–182PubMedGoogle Scholar
  48. Breton A, Dusser M, Gaillard-Martinie B, Guillot J, Millet L, Prensier G (1991) Piromyces rhizinflata nov. sp., a strictly anaerobic fungus from feces of the saharan as–a morphological, metabolic and ultrastructural study. FEMS Microbiol Lett 82:1–8CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  49. Buyck B (1994) Ubwoba: les champignons comestibles de l’ouest du Burundi, vol 34, Adm Gén Coop Dév. Publ Agric, Bruxelles, pp 1–123Google Scholar
  50. Buyck B (2008) Wild edible mushrooms in Madagascar: an evolving enigma. Econ Bot 62:509–520CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  51. Buyck B (2012) Observations on some enigmatic Cantharellus (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) with lilac-violaceous tints from Africa and Madagascar. Cryptogam Mycol 33(2):167–179CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  52. Buyck B (2014) Exploring the diversity of “smooth chanterelles” (Cantharellus, Cantharellales). Cryptogam Mycol 35:23–40CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  53. Buyck B, Randrianjohany E (2013) Cantharellus eyssartieri sp.nov. (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) from monospecific Uapaca ferruginea stands near Ranomafana (eastern escarpment, Madagascar). Cryptogam Mycol 34(4):29–34CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  54. Buyck B, Eyssartier G, Kivaisi A (2000) Addition to the inventory of the genus Cantharellus (Basidiomycotina, Cantharellaceae) in Tanzania. Nova Hedwigia 71(3/4):491–502Google Scholar
  55. Buyck B, Kauff F, Eyssartier G, Couloux A, Hofstetter V (2014) A multigene world phylogeny for Cantharellus. Fungal Divers 64:101–121CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  56. Buyck B, Kauff F, Randrianjohany E, Hofstetter V (2015) Sequence data reveal a high diversity of Cantharellus associated with endemic vegetation in Madagascar. Fungal Divers 70(1):189–208CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  57. Cáceres MES, Aptroot A, Parnmen S, Lücking R (2014) Remarkable diversity of the lichen family Graphidaceae in the Amazon rain forest of Rondônia, Brazil. Phytotaxa 189:87–136CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  58. Cai L, Hyde KD (2007) Ascorhombisporaaquatica gen. et sp. nov. from a freshwater habitat in China, and its phylogenetic placement based on molecular data. Cryptogam Mycol 28(4):291–300Google Scholar
  59. Cai L, Zhang KQ, McKenzie EHC, Hyde KD (2003) Freshwater fungi from bamboo and wood submerged in the Liput River in the Philippines. Fungal Divers 13:1–12Google Scholar
  60. Caldwell DR, Bryant MP (1966) Medium without rumen fluid for non-selective enumeration and isolation of rumen bacteria. Appl Microbiol 14:794–801PubMedCentralPubMedGoogle Scholar
  61. Callaghan TM, Podmirseg SM, Hohlweck D, Edwards JE, Puniya AK, Dagar SS, Griffith GW (2015) Buwchfawromyces eastonii gen. nov., sp. nov.: a new anaerobic fungus (Neocallimastigomycota) isolated from buffalo faeces. MycoKeys 9:11–28CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  62. Callan BE, Rogers JD (1986) Cultural characters and anamorphs of Biscogniauxia (=Nummularia) marginata, B. dennisii, and B. repanda. Can J Bot 64:842–847CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  63. Campbell J, Shearer CA (2001) Annulatascaceae pruned. In: Abstracts, annual meeting of Mycological Society ofAmerica (MSA): joint meeting with APS and SON, Salt Lake City, Utah, 25–29 Aug. S105 pGoogle Scholar
  64. Campbell J, Shearer CA (2004) Annulusmagnus and Ascitendus, two new genera in the Annulatascaceae. Mycologia 96:822–833PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  65. Castlebury LA, Rossman AY, Jaklitsch WJ, Vasilyeva LN (2002) A preliminary overview of the Diaporthales based on large subunit nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Mycologia 94:1017–1031PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  66. Cesati V, De Notaris G (1863) Schema di classificazione degle sferiacei italici aschigeri piu’ o meno appartenenti al genere Sphaeria nell’antico significato attribuitoglide Persono. Comment Soc Crittog Ital 1(4):177–420Google Scholar
  67. Challen MP, Kerrigan RW, Callac P (2003) A phylogenetic reconstruction and emendation of Agaricus section Duploannulatae. Mycologia 95:61–73PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  68. Chen CJ (1998) Morphological and molecular studies in the genus Tremella. Bibl Mycol 174:1–225Google Scholar
  69. Chen YC, Hseu RS (2002) Piromyces polycephalus (Neocallimastigaceae), a new rumen fungus. Nova Hedwigia 75:409–414CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  70. Chen CY, Hsieh WH (2004) Astrosphaeriella from Taiwan, including two new species. Bot Bull Acad Sin 45:171–178Google Scholar
  71. Chen ZH, Zhang P, Zhang ZG (2013) Investigation and analysis of 102 mushroom poisoning cases in southern China from 1994 to 2012. Fungal Divers 64(1):123–131CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  72. Chen J, Zhao RL, Parra LA, Guelly AK, Kesel AD, Rapior S, Hyde KD, Chukeatirote E, Callac P (2015) Agaricus section Brunneopicti: a phylogenetic reconstruction with descriptions of four new taxa. Phytotaxa 192:145–168CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  73. Chiu WF (1945) The Russulaceae of Yunnan. Lloydia 8:31–59Google Scholar
  74. Clémençon H, Emmett V, Emmett E (2004) Cytology and plectology of the Hymenomycetes. Bibl Mycol 199. Cramer, Germany 199 viii+488 ppGoogle Scholar
  75. Clements FE, Shear CL (1931) Genera of fungi, 2nd edn. H.W. Wilson Company, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  76. Co-David D, Langeveld D, Noordeloos ME (2009) Molecular phylogeny and spore evolution of Entolomataceae. Persoonia 23:147–176PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  77. Cooke MC, Plowright CB (1879) British Sphaeriacei. Grevillea 7:77–89Google Scholar
  78. Corbaz R (1957) Recherches sur le genre Didymella Sacc. Phytopathol Z 28(4):375–414Google Scholar
  79. Corner EJH, Bas C (1962) The genus Amanita in Singapore and Malaya. Persoonia 2(3):241–304Google Scholar
  80. Cripps C, Larsson E, Horak E (2010) Subgenus Mallocybe (Inocybe) in the Rocky Mountain alpine zone with molecular reference to European Arctic-alpine material. N Am Fungi 5(5):97–126Google Scholar
  81. Crivelli PG (1983) Über die heterogene Ascomycetengattung Pleospora Rabh.: vorschlag für eine Aufteilung. Dissertation ETH Nr. 7318, Zürich, GermanyGoogle Scholar
  82. Crous PW, Gams W, Wingfield MJ, Van Wyk PS (1996) Phaeoacremonium gen. nov. associated with wilt and decline diseases of woody hosts and human infections. Mycologia 88(5):786–796CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  83. Crous PW, Slippers B, Wingfield MJ, Rheeder J, Marasas WFO, Phillips AJL, Alves A, Burgess T, Barber P, Groenewald JZ (2006) Phylogenetic lineages in the Botryosphaeriaceae. Stud Mycol 55:235–253PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  84. Crous PW, Wingfield MJ, Schumacher RK, Summerell BA, Giraldo A, Gené J, Guarro J, Wanasinghe DN, Hyde KD, Camporesi E (2014) Fungal Planet description sheets: 281–319. Persoonia 33(1):212–289PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  85. Crous PW, Carris LM, Giraldo A, Groenewald JZ, Hawksworth DL, Hernández-Restrepo M, Jaklitsch WM, Lebrun M-H, Schumacher RK, Stielow B, van der Linde EJ, Vilcāne J, Voglmayr H, Wood AR (2015a) The Genera of Fungi - fixing the application of the type species of generic names–G 2: Allantophomopsis, Latorua, Macrodiplodiopsis, Macrohilum, Milospium, Protostegia, Pyricularia, Robillarda, Rotula, Septoriella, Torula, and Wojnowicia. IMA Fungus 6(1):163–198PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  86. Crous PW, Wingfield MJ, Guarro J, Hernández-Restrepo M, Sutton DA, Acharya K, Barber PA, Boekhout T, Dimitrov RA, Dueñas M, Dutta AK, Gené J, Gouliamova DE, Groenewald M, Lombard L, Morozova OV, Sarkar J, Smith MT, Stchigel AM, Wiederhold NP, Alexandrova AV, Antelmi I, Armengol J, Barnes I, Cano-Lira JF, Castañeda Ruiz RF, Contu M, Courtecuisse PR, da Silveira AL, Decock CA, de Goes A, Edathodu J, Ercole E, Firmino AC, Fourie A, Fournier J, Furtado EL, Geering ADW, Gershenzon J, Giraldo A, Gramaje D, Hammerbacher A, He X-L, Haryadi D, Khemmuk W, Kovalenko AE, Krawczynski R, Laich F, Lechat C, Lopes UP, Madrid H, Malysheva EF, Marin-Felix Y, Martin MP, Mostert L, Nigro F, Pereira OL, Picillo B, Pinho DB, Popov ES, Rodas Peláez CA, Rooney-Latham S, Sandoval-Denis M, Shivas RG, Silva V, Stoilova-Disheva MM, Telleria MT, Ullah C, Unsicker SB, van der Merwe NA, Vizzini A, Wagner H-G, Wong PTW, Wood AR, Groenewald JZ (2015b) Fungal planet Description Sheets: 320–370. Persoonia 34:167–266PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  87. da Cunha CK (2014) Pithomyces species (Montagnulaceae) from clinical specimens: identification and antifungal susceptibility profiles. Med Mycol 52:748–757PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  88. Dagar SS, Kumar S, Mudgil P, Singh R, Puniya AK (2011) D1/D2 domain of large-subunit ribosomal DNA for differentiation of Orpinomyces spp. Appl Environ Microbiol 77:6722–6725PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  89. Dagar SS, Kumar S, Griffith GW, Edwards JE, Callaghan TM, Singh R, Nagpal AK, Puniya AK (2015) A new anaerobic fungus (Oontomyces anksri gen. nov., sp. nov.) from the digestive tract of the Indian camel (Camelus dromedarius). Fungal Biol 119(8):731–737Google Scholar
  90. Dai YC (2010) Hymenochaetaceae (Basidiomycota) in China. Fungal Divers 45:131–343Google Scholar
  91. Dai YC (2011) A revised checklist of corticioid and hydnoid fungi in China for 2010. Mycoscience 52:69–79Google Scholar
  92. Dai YC (2012) Polypore diversity in China with an annotated checklist of Chinese polypores. Mycoscience 53:49–80CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  93. Dai YC, Cui BK, Yuan HS (2007a) Notes on polypores from Gansu and Qinghai Province, Northwest China. Cryptogam Mycol 28:177–187Google Scholar
  94. Dai YC, Cui BK, Yuan HS, Li BD (2007b) Pathogenic wood-decaying fungi in China. For Pathol 37:105–120CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  95. Dai YC, Yang ZL, Cui BK, Yu CJ, Zhou LW (2009) Species diversity and utilization of medicinal mushrooms and fungi in China (Review). Int J Med Mushrooms 11:287–302CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  96. Dal-Forno M, Lawrey JD, Sikaroodi M, Bhattarai S, Gillevet PM, Sulzbacher M, Lücking R (2013) Starting from scratch, evolution of the lichen thallus in the basidiolichen Dictyonema (Agaricales, Hygrophoraceae). Fungal Biol 117:584–598PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  97. Damm U, Mostert L, Crous PW, Fourie PH (2008) Novel Phaeoacremonium species associated with necrotic wood of Prunus trees. Persoonia 20:87–102PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  98. Damm U, Woudenberg JHC, Cannon, PF, Crous PW (2009) Colletotrichum species with curved conidia from herbaceous hosts. Fungal Diversity 39:45–87Google Scholar
  99. Day MJ, Gibas CFEC, Fujimura KE, Egger KN, Currah RS (2006) Monodictys arctica, a new hyphomycetes from the roots of Saxifraga oppositifolia collected in the Canadian High Arctic. Mycotaxon 98:261–272Google Scholar
  100. De Gruyter JD, Aveskamp MM, Woudenberg JHC, Verkley GJM, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2009) Molecular phylogeny of Phoma and allied anamorph genera: Towards a reclassification of the Phoma complex. Mycol Res 113:508–519PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  101. De Gruyter JD, Woudenberg JHC, Aveskamp AA, Verkley GJM, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2012) Redisposition of Phoma-like anamorphs in Pleosporales. Stud Mycol 75:1–36PubMedCentralCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  102. De Hoog GS (1972) The genera Beauveria, Isaria, Tritirachium, and Acrodontium, gen. nov. Stud Mycol 1:1–41Google Scholar
  103. Degawa Y, Seiji T (1997) Zygospore formation in Mortierella capitata. Mycoscience 38(4):387–394CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  104. Didukh M, Vilgalys R, Wasser SP, Isikhuemhen OS, Nevo E (2005) Notes on Agaricus section Duploannulati using molecular and morphological data. Mycol Res 109:729–740PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  105. Diederich P (1996) The lichenicolous heterobasidiomycetes. Bibl Lichenol 61:1–198Google Scholar
  106. Dingley JM (1962) Pithomyces chartarum, its occurrence morphology, and taxonomy. N Z J Agric Res 1–2(5):49–61CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  107. Dissing H (1966) The genus Helvella in Europe, with special emphasis on the species found in Norden. Dansk Bot Ark 25:1–172Google Scholar
  108. Doidge EM (1942) South African Microthyriaceae. Bothalia 4:273–344Google Scholar
  109. Doilom M, Liu JK, Jaklitsch WM, Ariyawansa H, Wijayawardene NN, Chukeatirote E, Zhang M, Roux J, McKenzie EHC, Geml J, Voglmayr H, Hyde KD (2013) An outline of the family Cucurbitariaceae. Sydowia 65(1):167–192Google Scholar
  110. Drummond AJ, Rambaut A (2007) BEAST: Bayesian evolutionary analysis by sampling trees. BMC Evol Biol 7:214PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  111. Eberhardt U (2002) Molecular kinship analyses of the agaricoid Russulaceae: correspondence with mycorrhizal anatomy and sporocarp features in the genus Russula. Mycol Prog 1(2):201–223CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  112. Ellis MB (1960) Dematiaceous hyphomycetes I. Mycol Pap 76:1–36Google Scholar
  113. Ellis MB (1971) Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes. Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew 44–45Google Scholar
  114. Ellis JB, Everhart BM (1892) The North American Pyrenomycetes. Newfield, N.J. :Ellis & Everhart, pp 209–210Google Scholar
  115. Eriksson OE (1981) The families of bitunicate ascomycetes. Opera Bot 60:1–220Google Scholar
  116. Eriksson OE, Yue J-z (1990) Notes on bambusicolous pyrenomycetes. Mycotaxon 38(1–10):201–220Google Scholar
  117. Ertz D, Diederich P, Lawrey JD, Berger F, Freebury CE, Coppins B et al. (2015) Phylogenetic insights resolve Dacampiaceae (Pleosporales) as polyphyletic: Didymocyrtis (Pleosporales, Phaeosphaeriaceae) with Phoma-like anamorphs resurrected and segregated from Polycoccum (Trypetheliales, Polycoccaceae fam. nov.). Fungal Divers 1–37. doi:10.1007/s13225-015-0345-6
  118. Esfandiari E (1947) Beiträge zur Iranischen Pilzflora. Sydowia 1(4–6):161–168Google Scholar
  119. Eyssartier G (2001) Vers une monographie du genre Cantharellus Adans. :Fr. [doctoral dissertation]. Paris, National History Museum p 259Google Scholar
  120. Fan X, Liang YM, Ma R, Tian CM (2014) Morphological and phylogenetic studies of Cytospora (Valsaceae, Diaporthales) isolates from Chinese scholar tree, with description of a new species. Mycoscience 55:252–259CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  121. Fan X, Hyde KD, Liu M, Liang Y, Tian C (2015) Cytospora species associated with walnut canker disease in China, with description of a new species C. gigalocus. Fungal Biol 119:310–319PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  122. Farr DF, Rossman AY (2015) Fungal Databases, Systematic Mycology and Microbiology Laboratory, ARS, USDA. Retrieved January 11, 2015, from http://nt.ars-grin.gov/fungaldatabases/
  123. Fatto RM (1998) Notes on four little red Russulas. Mycotaxon 68:193–204Google Scholar
  124. Favre J (1955) Les champignons supérious de la zone alpine du Parc National Suisse. Lüdin AG, LiestalGoogle Scholar
  125. Fell JW, Boekhout T, Fonseca A, Scorzetti G, Statzell-Tallman A (2000) Biodiversity and systematics of basidiomycetous yeasts as determined by large-subunit rDNA D1/D2 domain sequence analysis. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 50:1351–1371PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  126. Ferrari E (2006) Inocybe alpine e subalpine. Fungi Non Delinineatii, Pars. Edizioni Candusso, Alassio, pp 34–36Google Scholar
  127. Fischer H (1944) Untersuchungen über Massariamacrospora (Desm.) Sacc., ihre Nebenfruchtform Coryneummacrosporum Berk. Und Asterosporium Hoffmanni Kze. Phytopathol Z 14:512–517Google Scholar
  128. Flagey C (1896) Catalogue des lichens de l’Algérie. In: Battandier JA, Trabut L (eds), Flore de l’Algérie 2, pp 1–140Google Scholar
  129. Fliegerová K, Hodrová B, Voigt K (2004) Classical and molecular approaches as a powerful tool for the characterization of rumen polycentric fungi. Folia Microbiol 49:157–164CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  130. Fliegerová K, Mrázek J, Hoffman K, Zábranská J, Voigt K (2010) Diversity of anaerobic fungi within cow manure determined by ITS1 analysis. Folia Microbiol 55:319–325CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  131. Foltz MJ, Perez KE, Volk TJ (2013) Molecular phylogeny and morphology reveal three new species of Cantharellus within 20 m of one another in western Wisconsin, USA. Mycologia 105(2):447–461PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  132. Fotouhifar KB, Hedjaroude GA, Leuchtmann A (2010) ITS rDNAphylogeny of Iranian strains of Cytospora and associated teleomorphs. Mycologia 102:1369–1382PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  133. Fournier J, Stadler M, Hyde KD, Duong ML (2010) The new genus Rostrohypoxylon and two new Annulohypoxylon species from Northern Thailand. Fungal Divers 40(1):23–36CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  134. Frank JL (2014) Index Fungorum no. 179, Nomenclatural novelties, Xerocomellus dryophylus and X. rainisii, ISSN 2049-2375Google Scholar
  135. Fries EM (1822) Systema Mycologicum II(1):14Google Scholar
  136. Gaillard-Martinie B, Breton A, Dusser M, Julliand V (1995) Piromyces citronii sp. nov., a strictly anaerobic fungus from the equine cecum- a morpological, metabolic, and ultrastructural study. FEMS Microbiol Lett 130:321–326CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  137. Galloway DJ (2015) Contributions to a history of New Zealand lichenology 5. James Murray (1923–1961). Phytotaxa 198:1–67Google Scholar
  138. Gams W (1977) A key to the species of Mortierella. Persoonia 9:381–391Google Scholar
  139. Garnica S, Weiss M, Walther G, Oberwinkler F (2007) Reconstructing the evolution of agarics from nuclear gene sequences and basidiospore ultrastructure. Mycol Prog 111:1019–1029Google Scholar
  140. Gates GM, Noordeloos ME (2007) Preliminary studies in the genus Entoloma in Tasmania–I. Persoonia 19:157–226Google Scholar
  141. Ghobad-Nejhad M, Dai YC (2010) Diplomitoporus rimosus is found in Asia and belongs to the Hymenochaetales. Mycologia 102(6):1510–1517PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  142. Ghobad-Nejhad M, Duhem B (2014) Novelties in the Corticiales: Vuilleminia nilsii sp. nov. andDendrominia gen. nov. (Basidiomycota). Mycol Prog 13:1–11CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  143. Ghobad-Nejhad M, Nilsson RH, Hallenberg N (2010) Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Vuilleminia (Basidiomycota) based on molecular and morphological evidence, with new insights into Corticiales. Taxon 59:1519–1534Google Scholar
  144. Gold JJ, Heath IB, Bauchop T (1988) Ultrastructural description of a new chytrid genus of caecum anaerobe, Caecomyces equi gen. nov. Biosytems 125:311–415Google Scholar
  145. Gomes-Silva AC, Baltazar JM, Gibertoni TB (2012) Coltricia and Hymenochaete (Hymenochaetaceae) from the Amazonia and the Atlantic Forest, Brazil: One new combination and new records. J Torrey Bot Soc 139:428–436CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  146. Gramaje D, Agustí-Brisach C, Pérez-Sierra A, Moralejo E, Olmo D, Mostert L, Damm U, Armengol J (2012) Fungal trunk pathogens associated with wood decay of almond trees on Mallorca (Spain). Persoonia 28:1–13PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  147. Griffith GW, Baker S, Fliegerova K, Liggenstoffer A, van der Giezen M, Voigt K, Beakes G (2010) Anaerobic fungi: Neocallimastigomycota. IMA Fungus 1:181–185PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  148. Gruninger RJ, Puniya AK, Callaghan TM, Edwards JE, Youssef N, Dagar SS, Fliegerova K, Griffith GW, Forster R, Tsang A (2014) Anaerobic fungi (phylum Neocallimastigomycota): advances in understanding their taxonomy, life cycle, ecology, role and biotechnological potential. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. doi:10.1111/1574-6941.12383 PubMedGoogle Scholar
  149. Guatimosim E, Firmino AL, Bezerra JZ, Pereira OL, Barreto RW, Crous PW (2015) Towards a phylogenetic reappraisal of Parmulariaceae and Asterinaceae (Dothideomycetes). Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi. Persoonia 35:230–241PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  150. Guindon S, Dufayard JF, Lefort V, Anisimova M, Hordijk W, Gascuel O (2010) New algorithms and methods to estimate maximum-likelihood phylogenies: assessing the performance of PhyML 3.0. Syst Biol 59:307–321PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  151. Gvritishvili MN (1982) The fungal genus Cytospora in the USSR. Izdatelstve Sabchota Sakarstvelo, TbilisiGoogle Scholar
  152. Hall T (2004) BioEdit. Ibis Therapeutics, Carlsbad, CA, 92008, USA. (http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/BioEdit/bioedit.html) (18 Mar 2005)
  153. Harhangi HR, Steenbakker PJM, Akhmanova AS, Jetten MSM, van der Drift C, Op den Camp HJM (2002) A highly expressed family 1 β-glucosidase with transglycosylation capacity from the anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. E2. Biochim Biophys Acta Gene Struct Expr 1574:293–303CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  154. Harhangi HR, Akhmanova AS, Emmens R, van der Drift C, de Laat WTAM, van Dijken JP, Jetten MSM, Pronk JT, Op den Camp HJM (2003a) Xylose metabolism in the anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. strain E2 follows the bacterial pathway. Arch Microbiol 180:134–141PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  155. Harhangi HR, Akhmanova AS, Steenbakkers PJM, Jetten MSM, van der Drift C, Op den Camp HJM (2003b) Genomic DNA analysis of genes encoding (hemi-) cellulolytic enzymes of anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. E2. Gene 314:73–80PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  156. Harhangi HR, Freelove ACJ, Ubhayasekera W, van Dinther M, Steenbakkers PJM, Akhmanova AS, van der Drift C, Jetten MSM, Mowbray SL, Gilbert HJ, Op den Camp HJM (2003c) Ce6A, a major exoglucanase from the cellulosome of the anaerobic fungi Piromyces sp.E2 and Piromyces equi. Biochim Biophys Acta Gene Struct Expr 1628:30–39CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  157. Härkönen M, Niemelä T, Mwasumbi L (2003) Tanzanian mushrooms. Edible, harmful and other fungi. Norrlinia 10:1–200Google Scholar
  158. Hattori T, Ryvarden L (1994) Type studies in the Polyporaceae. 25. Species described from Japan by R. Imazeki & A. Yasuda. Mycotaxon 50:27–46Google Scholar
  159. Hausner G, Inglis GD, Yanke LJ, Kawchuk LM, McAllister TA (2000) Analysis of restriction fragment length polymorphisms in the ribosomal DNA of a selection of anaerobic chytrids. Can J Bot 78:917–927Google Scholar
  160. Hawksworth DL (1985) A redisposition of the species referred to the ascomycete genus Microthelia. Bull Br Mus Bot Ser 14:43–181Google Scholar
  161. He SH, Dai YC (2012) Taxonomy and phylogeny of Hymenochaete and allied genera of Hymenochaetaceae (Basidiomycota) in China. Fungal Divers 56:77–93CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  162. Heath IB, Bauchop T, Skipp RA (1983) Assignment of the rumen anaerobe Neocallimastix frontalis to the Spizellomycetales (Chytridiomycetes) on the basis of its polyflagellate zoospore ultrastructure. Can J Bot Rev Can Bot 61:295–307CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  163. Heim R (1931) Le Genre Inocybe. Encyclopédie Mycologique. Tome 1, Paris 1:1–429Google Scholar
  164. Heinemann P (1956) Champignons récoltés au Congo belge par Mme M. Goossens-Fontana, II. Agaricus Fr. s.s. Bull Jard Bot Brux 26:1–127CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  165. Helms G, Friedl T, Rambold G (2003) Phylogenetic relationships of the Physciaceae inferred from rDNA sequence data and selected phenotypic characters. Mycologia 95:1078–1099PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  166. Henkel TW, Aime MC, Largent DL, Baroni TJ (2014) The Entolomataceae of the Pakaraima Mountains of Guyana 6: ten new species and a new combination in Nolanea. Mycotaxon 129(1):119–148CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  167. Hesler LR (1967) Entoloma in southeastern North America. Beih Nova Hedwig 23:1–245Google Scholar
  168. Hesseltine CW, Ellis JJ (1964) The genus Absidia: Gongronella and cylindrical-spored species of Absidia. Mycologia 56:568–601CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  169. Hesseltine CW, Mahoney MK, Peterson SW (1990) A new species of Absidia from an alkali bee brood chamber. Mycologia 82(4):523–526CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  170. Hjortstam K, Ryvarden L (2005) Notes on the genus Epithele (Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales) from South America. Synopsis Fungorum 20:23–32Google Scholar
  171. Hibbett DS, Binder M, Bischoff JF, BlackwellM CPF, Eriksson OE, Huhndorf S, James T, Kirk PM, Lücking R, Lumbs HT, Lutzoni F, Matheny PB, McLaughlin DJ, Powell MJ, Redhead S, Schoch CL, Spatafora JW, Stalpers JA, Vilgalys R, Aime MC, Aptroot A, Bauer R, Begerow D, Benny GL, Castlebury LA, Crous PW, Dai YC, Gams W, Geiser DM, Griffith GW, Gueidan C, Hawksworth DL, Hestmark G, Hosaka K, Humber RA, Hyde KD, Ironside JE, Kõljalg U, Kurtzman CP, Larsson KH, Lichtwardt R, Longcore J, Miadlikowska J, Miller A, Moncalvo JM, Mozley-Standridge S, Oberwinkler F, Parmasto E, Reeb V, Rogers JD, Roux C, Ryvarden L, Sampaio JP, Schüßler A, Sugiyama J, Thorn RG, Tibell L, Untereiner WA, Walker C, Wang Z, Weir A, Weiss M, White MM, Winka K, Yao YJ, Zhang N (2007) A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the fungi. Mycol Res 111:509–547PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  172. Hirayama K, Tanaka K (2011) Taxonomic revision of Lophiostoma and Lophiotrema based on reevaluation of morphological characters and molecular analyses. Mycoscience 52:401–412CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  173. Hirayama K, Tanaka K, Raja HA, Miller AN, Shearer CA (2010) A molecular phylogenetic assessment of Massarina ingoldiana sensu lato. Mycologia 102:729–746PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  174. Ho YW, Barr DJS (1995) Classification of anaerobic gut fungi from herbivores with emphasis on rumen fungi from Malaysia. Mycologia 87:655–677CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  175. Ho YW, Barr DJS, Abdullah N, Jalaludin S, Kudo H (1993a) Neocallimastix variabilis, a new species of anaerobic fungus from the rumen of cattle. Mycotaxon 46:241–258Google Scholar
  176. Ho YW, Barr DJS, Abdullah N, Jalaludin S, Kudo H (1993b) Piromyces spiralis, a new species of anaerobic fungus from the rumen of goat. Mycotaxon 48:59–68Google Scholar
  177. Ho YW, Barr DJS, Abdullah N, Jalaludin S, Kudo H (1993c) A new species of Piromyces from the rumen of deer in Malaysia. Mycotaxon 47:285–293Google Scholar
  178. Hoffmann K, Discher S, Voigt K (2007) Revision of the genus Absidia (Mucorales, Zygomycetes) based on physiological, phylogenetic, and morphological characters; thermotolerant Absidia spp. form a coherent group, Mycocladiaceae fam. nov. Mycol Res 111:1169–1183PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  179. Hoffmann K, Voigt K, Kirk PM (2011) Mortierellomycotina subphyl. Nov. Based on multi-gene genealogies. Mycotaxon 155:353–363CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  180. Hofmann TA (2010) Plant parasitic Asterinaceae and Microthyriaceae from the Neotropics (Panama). PhD thesis, The Faculty of Biological Sciences at the J.W. Goethe-University Frankfurt am in, Germany, p 408Google Scholar
  181. Hofmann TA, Piepenbring M (2006) New records and host plants of fly-speck fungi from Panama. Fungal Divers 22:55–70Google Scholar
  182. Holm L (1957) Etudes taxonomiques sur les pléosporacées. Symb Bot Upsal 14:1–188Google Scholar
  183. Holm L (1961) Taxonomical notes on Ascomycetes. IV. Notes of Nodulosphaeria Rbh. Sven Bot Tidskr 55:63–80Google Scholar
  184. Holubová-Jechová V (1973) Lignicolous hyphomycetes from Czechoslovakia. 4. Menispora. Folia Geobot Phytotax 8:317–336CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  185. Hongo T (1971) Notulae mycologicae (10). Mem Fac Liberal Arts Shiga Univ, Pt 2. Nat Sci 21:62–68Google Scholar
  186. Hongsanan S, Chomnunti P, Crous PW, Chukeatirote E, Hyde KD (2014a) Introducing Chaetothyriothecium, a new genus of Microthyriales. Phytotaxa 161(2):157–164CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  187. Hongsanan S, Li YM, Liu JK, Hofmann T, Piepenbring M, Bhat JD, Boonmee S, Doilom M, Singtripop C, Tian Q, Mapook A, Zeng XY, Bahkali AH, Xu JC, Mortimer PE, Wu HX, Yang JB, Hyde KD (2014b) Revision of genera in Asterinales. Fungal Divers 68(1):1–68CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  188. Horak E (1973) Fungi Agaricini Novazelandiae. Entoloma (Fr.) and related genera. Beih Nova Hedwig 43:1–86Google Scholar
  189. Horak E (1976) On cuboid-spored species of Entoloma (Agaricales). Sydowia 28:171–236Google Scholar
  190. Horak E (1978) Entoloma in South America. I. Sydowia 30:40–111Google Scholar
  191. Horak E (1980) Entoloma (Agaricales) in Indomalaya and Australasia. Beih Nova Hedwig 65:1–352Google Scholar
  192. Horak E (1982) Entoloma in South America. II. Sydowia 35:75–99Google Scholar
  193. Horak E (2008) The fungi of New Zealand. Vol. 5: Agaricales of New Zealand 1. PluteaceaeEntolomataceae. Fungal Diversity Research Series, vol. 19. Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong, p 305Google Scholar
  194. Hosagoudar VB (2012) Asterinales of India. Mycosphere 2(5):617–852CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  195. Hosagoudar VB, Goos RD (1991) Meliolaceae of South India. X. Mycotaxon 42:125–147Google Scholar
  196. Hsieh HM, Ju YM, Rogers JD (2005) Molecular phylogeny of Hypoxylon and closely related genera. Mycologia 97(4):844–886PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  197. Huelsenbeck J, Ronquist PF (2001) MRBAYES: Bayesian inference of phylogeny. Bioinformatics 17:754–755PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  198. Huhndorf SM, Crane JL, Shearer CA (1990) Studies in Leptosphaeria. Transfer of L. massarioides to Massariosphaeria. Mycotaxon 37:203–210Google Scholar
  199. Humber RA (2012) Entomophthoromycota: a new phylum and reclassification for entomophthoroid fungi. Mycotaxon 120:477–492CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  200. Hwang J, Zhao Q, Yang ZL, Wang Z, Townsend JP (2015) Solving the ecological puzzle of mycorrhizal associations using data from annotated collections and environmental samples—an example of saddle fungi. Environ Microbiol Rep. doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12303 PubMedGoogle Scholar
  201. Hyde KD, Frohlich J (1998) Fungi from palms XXXVII. the genus Astrosphaeriella, including ten new species. Sydowia 50(1):81–132Google Scholar
  202. Hyde KD, Eriksson OE, Yue JZ (1996) Roussoella, an ascomycete genus of uncertain relationships with a Cytoplea anamorph. Mycol Res 100(12):1522–1528CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  203. Hyde KD, Goh TK, Steinke TD (1998) Fungi on submerged wood in the Palmiet River, Durban, South Africa. S Afr J Bot 64(3):151–162CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  204. Hyde KD, Ho WH, Tsui CKM (1999) The genera Aniptodera, Halosarpheia, Nais and Phaeonectriella from freshwater habitats. Mycoscience 40:165–183CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  205. Hyde KD, Abd-Elsalam K, Cai L (2010) Morphology: still essential in a molecular world. Mycotaxon 114:439–451CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  206. Hyde KD, Jones EBG, Liu JK, Ariyawansa H, Boehm E, Boonmee S, Braun U, Chomnunti P, Crous PW, Dai DQ, Diederich P, Dissanayake A, Doilom M, Doveri F, Hongsanan S, Jayawardena R, Lawrey JD, Li YM, Liu YX, Lücking R, Monkai J, Muggia L, Nelsen MP, Pang KL, Phookamsak R, Senanayake I, Shearer CA, Suetrong S, Tanaka K, Thambugala KM, Wijayawardene NN, Wikee S, Wu HX, Zhang Y, Aguirre-Hudson B, Alias SA, Aptroot A, Bahkali AH, Bezerra JL, Bhat DJ, Camporesi E, Chukeatirote E, Gueidan C, Hawksworth DL, Hirayama K, Hoog SD, Kang JC, Knudsen K, Li WJ, Li XH, Liu ZY, Mapook A, McKenzie EHC, Miller AN, Mortimer PE, Phillips AJL, Raja HA, Scheuer C, Schumm F, Taylor JE, Tian Q, Tibpromma S, Wanasinghe DN, Wang Y, Xu JC, Yan JY, Yacharoen S, Zhang M (2013) Families of Dothideomycetes. Fungal Divers 63:1–313CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  207. Hyde KD, Nilsson RH, Alias SA, Ariyawansa HA, Blair JE, Cai L, de Cock AWAM, Dissanayake AJ, Glockling SL, Goonasekara ID, Gorczak M, Hahn M, Jayawardena RS, van Kan JAL, Laurence MH, Lévesque CA, Li XH, Liu JK, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Manamgoda DS, Martin FN, McKenzie EHC, McTaggart AR, Mortimer PE, Nair PVR, Pawłowska J, Rintoul TL, Shivas RG, Spies CFJ, Summerell BA, Taylor PWJ, Terhem RB, Udayanga D, Vaghefi N, Walther G, Wilk M, Wrzosek M, Xu JC, Yan JY, Zhou N (2014) One stop shop:backbones trees for important phytopathogenic genera: I. Fungal Divers 67:21–125CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  208. Index Fungorum (2015) http://www.indexfungorum.org/Names/Names.asp. Accessed on June 2015
  209. Ingold CT (1942) Aquatic Hyphomycetes of decaying alder leaves. Trans Br Mycol Soc 25:339–417CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  210. Jacobsson S, Larsson E (2012) Inocybe (Fr.) Fr. In: Knudsen H, Vesterholt J (eds) Funga Nordica. Agaricoid, boletoid, cyphelloid and gasteroid genera. Nordsvamp, Copenhagen, pp 981–1021Google Scholar
  211. James TY, Kauff F, Schoch CL, Matheny PB, Hofstetter V, Cox CJ, Celio G, Gueidan C, Fraker E, Miadlikowska J, Lumbsch HT, Rauhut A, Reeb V, Arnold AE, Amtoft A, Stajich JE, Hosaka K, Sung GH, Johnson D, O’Rourke B, Crockett M, Binder M, Curtis JM, Slot JC, Wang Z, Wilson AW, Schüler A, Longcore JE, O’Donnell K, Mozley-Standridge S, Porter D, Letcher PM, Powell MJ, Taylor JW, White MM, Griffith GW, Davies DR, Humber RA, Morton JB, Sugiyama J, Rossman AY, Rogers JD, Pfister DH, Hewitt D, Hansen K, Hambleton S, Shoemaker RA, Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B, Spotts RA, Serdani M, Crous PW, Hughes KW, Matsuura K, Langer E, Langer G, Untereiner WA, Lücking R, Büdel B, Geiser DM, Aptroot A, Diederich P, Schmitt I, Schultz M, Yahr R, Hibbett DS, Lutzoni F, McLaughlin DJ, Spatafora JW, Vilgalys R (2006) Reconstructing the early evolution of the fungi using a six-gene phylogeny. Nature 443:818–822. doi:10.1038/nature05110 PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  212. Jayasiri SC, Hyde KD, Abd-Elsalam KA, Abdel-Wahab MA, Ariyawansa HA, Bhat J, Buyck B, Dai YC, Ertz D, Hidayat I, Jeewon R, Jones EBG, Karunarathna SC, Kirk P, Lei C, Liu JK, Maharachchikumbura SSN, McKenzie E, Ghobad-Nejhad M, Nilsson H, Pang KL, Phookamsak R, Rollins AW, Romero AI, Stephenson S, Suetrong S, Tsui CKM, Vizzini A, Wen TC, De Silva NI, Promputtha I, Kang JC (2015) The faces of fungi database: fungal names linked with morphology, molecular and human attributes. Fungal Divers (In press)Google Scholar
  213. Jeffers WF (1940) Studies on Caryospora putaminum. Mycologia 32(4):550–566CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  214. Jones EBG, Vrijmoed LLP, Read SJ, Moss ST (1994) Tirispora, a new ascomycetous genus in the Halosphaeriales. Can J Bot 72:1373–1378CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  215. Jones EBG, Sakayaroj J, Suetrong S, Somrithipol S, Pang KL (2009) Classification of marine Ascomycota, anamorphic taxa and Basidiomycota. Fungal Divers 35:1–187Google Scholar
  216. Jones EBG, Suetrong S, Cheng WH, Rungjindamai N, Sakayaroj J, Boonyuen N, Somrithipol S, Abdel-Wahab MA, Pang KL (2014) An additional fungal lineage in the Hypocreomycetidae (Falcocladium species) and the taxonomic re-evaluation of Chaetosphaeria chaetosa and Swampomyces species, based on morphology, ecology and phylogeny. Cryptogam Mycol 35:119–138CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  217. Jones EBG, Suetrong S, Sakayaroj J, Bahkali AH, Abdel-Wahab MA, Boekhout T, Pang KL (2015) Classification of marine Ascomycota, Basidiomycota, Blastocladiomycota and Chytridiomycota. Fungal Divers 73:1–72CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  218. Jong SC, Rogers JD (1972) Illustrations and descriptions of conidial states of some Hypoxylon species. Wash State Agric Exp Sta Bull 71:51Google Scholar
  219. Ju YM, Rogers JD (1996) A revision of the genus Hypoxylon, vol 20, Mycol Mem. APS Press, St. Paul, p 365Google Scholar
  220. Ju YM, Rogers JD (2001) New and interesting Biscogniauxia taxa, with a key to the world species. Mycol Res 105(09):1123–1133CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  221. Ju YM, Rogers JD (2002) The genus Nemania (Xylariaceae). Nova Hedwigia 74(1–2):75–120CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  222. Ju YM, Rogers JD, Martin FS, Granmo A (1998) The genus Biscogniauxia. Mycotaxon 66:1–98Google Scholar
  223. Jülich W (1974) The genera of the Hyphodermoideae (Corticiaceae). Persoonia 8:59–97Google Scholar
  224. Justo A, Morgenstern I, Hallen-Adams HE, Hibbett DS (2010) Convergent evolution of sequestrate forms in Amanita under Mediterranean climate conditions. Mycologia 102(3):675–688PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  225. Kaiser WJ, Viruega JR, Peever TL, Trapero A (2008) First report of ascochyta blight outbreak of pea caused by Ascochytapisi in Spain. Plant Dis 92:1365CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  226. Kernaghan G (2005) Mycorrhizal diversity: Cause and effect? Pedobiologia 49(6):511–520CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  227. Kerrigan RW (1986) Agaricales of California, vol 6, Agaricaceae. Mad River Press, Eureka, pp 1–62Google Scholar
  228. Kerrigan RW, Callac P, Guinberteau J, Challen MP, Parra LA (2005) Agaricus section Xanthodermatei: a phylogenetic reconstruction with commentary on taxa. Mycologia 97:1292–1315PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  229. Khashnobish A, Shearer CA (1996) Phylogenetic relationships in some Leptosphaeria and Phaeosphaeriaspecies. Mycol Res 100:1355–1363CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  230. Kirk PM (2012) Nomenclatural novelties. Index Fungorum 1:1Google Scholar
  231. Kirk PM, Cannon PF, David JC, Stalpers JA (2001) Dictionary of the fungi, 9th edn. CABI, WallingfordGoogle Scholar
  232. Kirk PM, Cannon PF, Minter DW, Stalpers JA (2008a) Dictionary of the fungi. CABI Publishing, UKGoogle Scholar
  233. Kirk PM, Cannon PF, David JC, Minter DW, Stalpers JA (2008b) Ainsworth and bisby’s dictionary of the fungi, 10th edn. CAB International Press, WallingfordGoogle Scholar
  234. Klofac W (2011) Rotfußröhrlinge (Gattung Xerocomellus) in aktueller Sicht. Öst Z Pilzk 20:35–43Google Scholar
  235. Kluting KL, Baroni TJ, Bergemann SE (2014) Toward a stable classification of genera within the Entolomataceae: a phylogenetic re-evaluation of the Rhodocybe-Clitopilus clade. Mycologia 106(6):1127–1142PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  236. Knudsen K, Kocourková J, Nordin A (2014) Conspicuous similarity hides diversity in the Acarospora badiofusca group (Acarosporaceae). Bryologist 117:319–328CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  237. Kohlmeyer J, Kohlmeyer E (1979) Marine mycology. The higher fungi. Academic, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  238. Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B (1990) Revision of marine species of Didymosphaeria (Ascomycotina). Mycol Res 94:685–690CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  239. Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B (1993) Atrotorquata and Loratospora: new ascomycete genera on Juncus roemerianus. Syst Ascomycet 12:7–22Google Scholar
  240. Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B (2000) Fungi on Juncus roemerianus 14. Three New Coelomycetes, including Floricola, anam.-gen. nov. Bot Mar 43(4):385–392CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  241. Kornerup A, Wanscher JH (1978) Methuen handbook of colour, 3rd edn. Methuen, LondonGoogle Scholar
  242. Kühner R (1988) Diagnoses de quelques nouveaux Inocybes récoltés en zone alpine de la Vanoise (Alpes francaises). Doc Mycol 19(74):1–27Google Scholar
  243. Kurniawati E, Zhang H, Chukeatirote E, Sulistyowati L, Moslem MA, Hyde KD (2010) Diversity of freshwater ascomycetes in freshwater bodies at Amphoe Mae Chan, Chiang Rai. Cryptogam Mycol 31(3):323–331Google Scholar
  244. Ladurner H, Pöder R (2000) A new hyphal type found in Xerocomus pruinatus. Öst Z Pilzk 9:11–15Google Scholar
  245. Ladurner H, Simonini G (2003) Xerocomus. Fungi Europaei, vol 8. Ediz. Candusso, Alassio, p 528Google Scholar
  246. Landerose F, Korf RP (2012) Nomenclatural notes 13. An incorrect neotype designation and provision for a lectotype and an epitype for Helvella fusca. Mycotaxon 119:431–438CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  247. Largent DL (1994) Entolomatoid fungi of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Mad River Press, USA, p 516Google Scholar
  248. Larsen MJ, Nakasone KK (1984) Additional New Taxa of Laeticorticium (Aphyllophorales, Corticiaceae). Mycologia 76:528–532CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  249. Larsson E, Ryberg M, Moreau P-A, Mathiesen AD, Jacobsson S (2009) Taxonomy and evolutionary relationships within species of section Rimosae (Inocybe) based on ITS, LSU, and mtSSU sequence data. Persoonia 23:86–98PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  250. Lawrey JD, Lücking R, Sipman HJM, Chaves JL, Redhead SA, Bungartz F, Sikaroodi M, Gillevet PM (2009) High concentration of basidiolichens in a single family of agaricoid mushrooms (Basidiomycota: Agaricales: Hygrophoraceae). Mycol Res 113:1154–1171PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  251. Leuchtmann A (1984) Über Phaeosphaeria Miyake und andere bitunicate Ascomyceten mit mehrfach querseptierten Ascosporen. Sydowia 37:75–194Google Scholar
  252. Leveillé PJ (1845) De la péritonite puerpérale (Doctoral dissertation)Google Scholar
  253. Li J, Heath IB, Bauchop T (1990) Piromyces mae and Piromyces dumbonica, two new species of uniflagellate anaerobic chytridiomycete fungi from the hindgut of the horse and elephant. Can J Bot 68:1021–1033CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  254. Li GJ, Li SF, Wen HA (2011) Russulazhejiangensis sp. nov.from East China. Cryptogam Mycol 32(2):127–133CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  255. Li GJ, Li SF, Liu XZ, Wen HA (2012) Russulajilinensis sp. nov. (Russulaceae) from northeast China. Mycotaxon 120:9–58Google Scholar
  256. Li GJ, Zhao D, Li SF, Yang HJ, Liu XZ (2013a) Russula changbaiensis sp. nov. from northeast China. Mycotaxon 124(1):269–278CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  257. Li GJ, Zhao Q, Zhao D, Yue SF, Li SF, Wen HA, Liu XZ (2013b) Russula atroaerugineaand R. sichuanensisspp. nov. from southwest China. Mycotaxon 124(1):173–188CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  258. Li GJ, Zhao D, Li SF, Wen HA (2015a) Russula chiui and R. pseudopectinatoides, two new species from southwestern China supported by morphological and molecular evidence. Mycol Prog 14:33CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  259. Li YK, Zhang X, Yuan Y, Cao Z, Liang JF (2015b) Morphological and molecular evidence for a new species of Russula (Russulaceae) from southern China. Phytotaxa 202(2):94–102CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  260. Liebetanz E (1910) Die parasitischen Protozoen des Wiederkauermagens. Arch Prot 19:19–90Google Scholar
  261. Liew ECY, Aptroot A, Hyde KD (2000) Phylogenetic significance of the pseudoparaphyses in Loculoascomycete taxonomy. Mol Phylogenet Evol 16:392–402PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  262. Liggenstoffer AS, Youseff NH, Couger MB, Elshaded MS (2010) Phylogenetic diversity and community structure of anaerobic gut fungi (phylum Neocallimastigomycota) in ruminant and non-ruminant herbivores. ISME J 4:1225–1235PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  263. Liu JK, Phookamsak R, Jones EBG, Zhang Y, KoKo TW, Hu HL, Boonmee S, Doilom M, Chukeatirote E, Bahkali AH, Wang Y, Hyde KD (2011) Astrosphaeriella is polyphyletic with species in Fissuroma gen. nov., and Neoastrosphaeriella gen. nov. Fungal Divers 51(1):135–154CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  264. Liu F, Hu D-H, Cai L (2012a) Conlarium duplumascospora gen. et. sp. nov. and Jobellisia guangdongensis sp. nov. from freshwater habitats in China. Mycologia 104:1178–1186PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  265. Liu JK, Phookamsak R, Doilom M, Wikee S, Li YM, Ariyawansha H, Boonmee S, Chomnunti P, Dai DQ, Bhat JD, Romero AI, Zhuang WY, Monkai J, Jones EBG, Chukeatirote E, KoKo TW, Zhao YC, Wang Y, Hyde KD (2012b) Towards a natural classification of Botryosphaeriales. Fungal Divers 57:149–210Google Scholar
  266. Liu JK, Phookamsak R, Dai DQ, Tanaka K, Jones EBG, Xu JC, Chukeatirote E, Hyde KD (2014) Roussoellaceae, a new pleosporalean family to accommodate the genera Neoroussoellagen. nov., Roussoella and Roussoellopsis. Phytotaxa 181(1):1–33CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  267. Liu JK, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, Ariyawansa HA, Bhat DJ, Boonmee S, Maharachchikumbura SSN, McKenzie EHC, Phookamsak R, Phukhamsakda C, Shenoy BD, Abdel-Wahab MA, Buyck B, Chen J, Chethana KWT, Singtripop C, Dai DQ, Dai YC, Daranagama DA, Dissanayake AJ, Doilom M, D’souza MJ, Fan XL, Goonasekara ID, Hirayama K, Hongsanan S, Jayasiri SC, Jayawardena RS, Karunarathna SC, Li WJ, Mapook A, Norphanphoun C, Pang KL, Perera RH, Peršoh D, Pinruan U, Senanayake IC, Somrithipol S, Suetrong S, Tanaka K, Thambugala KM, Tian Q, Tibpromma S, Udayanga D, Wijayawardene NN, Wanasinghe DN, Wisitrassameewong K, Zeng XY, Abdel-Aziz FA, Adamčík S, Bahkali AH, Boonyuen N, Bulgakov T, Callac P, Chomnunti P, Greiner K, Hashimoto A, Hofstetter V, Kang JC, Lewis D, Li XH, Liu XZ, Liu ZY, Matsumura M, Mortimer PE, Rambold G, Randrianjohany E, Sato G, Sri-Indrasutdhi V, Tian CM, Verbeken A, von Brackel W, Wang Y, Wen TC, Xu JC, Yan JY, Zhao RL, Camporesi E (2015) Fungal diversity notes 1–110: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal species. Fungal Divers 72:1–197CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  268. Locquin M (1984) Mycologie Générale et Structurale. Masson, ParisGoogle Scholar
  269. Loh LS, Nawawi A, Kuthubutheen AJ (2001) Mucoraceous fungi from Malaysia. Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya, pp 1–122Google Scholar
  270. Lücking R, Dal-Forno M, Lawrey JD, Bungartz F, Holgado Rojas ME, Hernández JEM, Marcelli MP, Moncada B, Morales EA, Nelsen MP, Paz E, Salcedo L, Spielmann AA, Wilk K, Will-Wolf S, Yánez A (2013) Ten new species of lichenized Basidiomycota in the genera Dictyonema and Cora (Agaricales: Hygrophoraceae), with a key to all accepted genera and species in the Dictyonema clade. Phytotaxa 139:1–38CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  271. Lücking R, Dal-Forno M, Sikaroodi M, Gillevet PM, Bungartz F, Moncada B, Yánez A, Chaves JL, Coca LF, Lawrey JD (2014) A single macrolichen constitutes hundreds of unrecognized species. PNAS 111:11091–11096PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  272. Lumbsch HT, Huhndorf SM (2010) Myconet Volume 14. Part One. Outline of Ascomycota--2009. Fieldiana Life Earth Sci 1:1–60CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  273. Lumbsch HT, Lücking R (2015) Lecanoromycetes. In: Jaklitsch, Baral, Lücking, Lumbsch (eds) Engler’s syllabus of plant families, part 1/2: ascomycota, 13th edn. Borntraeger, StuttgartGoogle Scholar
  274. Lumbsch HT, Ahti T, Altermann S, Amo De Paz G, Aptroot A, Arup U, Bárcenas Peña A, Bawingan PA, Benatti MN, Betancourt L, Björk CR, Boonpragob K, Brand M, Bungartz F, Cáceres MES, Candan M, Chaves JL, Clerc P, Common R, Coppins BJ, Crespo A, Dal Forno M, Divakar PK, Duya MV, Elix JA, Elvebakk A, Fankhauser JD, Farkas E, Ferraro LI, Fischer E, Galloway DJ, Gaya E, Giralt M, Goward T, Grube M, Hafellner J, Hernández JEM, Herrera Campos MA, Kalb K, Kärnefelt I, Kantvilas G, Killmann D, Kirika P, Knudsen K, Komposch H, Kondratyuk S, Lawrey JD, Mangold A, Marcelli MP, McCune B, Messuti MI, Michlig A, Miranda González R, Moncada B, Naikatini A, Nelsen MP, Øvstedal DO, Palice Z, Papong K, Parnmen S, Pérez-Ortega S, Printzen C, Rico VJ, Rivas Plata E, Robayo J, Rosabal D, Ruprecht U, Salazar Allen N, Sancho L, Santos De Jesus L, Santos Vieira T, Schultz M, Seaward MRD, Sérusiaux E, Schmitt I, Sipman HJM, Sohrabi M, Søchting U, Zeuthen Søgaard M, Sparrius LB, Spielmann A, Spribille T, Sutjaritturakan J, Thammathaworn A, Thell A, Thor G, Thüs H, Timdal E, Truong C, Türk R, Umaña Tenorio L, Upreti DK, Van Den Boom P, Vivas Rebuelta M, Wedin M, Will-Wolf S, Wirth V, Wirtz N, Yahr R, Yeshitela K, Ziemmeck F, Wheeler T, Lücking R (2011) One hundred new species of lichenized fungi: a signature of undiscovered global diversity. Phytotaxa 18:1–127CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  275. Luo J, Yin J, Cai L, Zhang KQ, Hyde KD (2004) Freshwater fungi in Lake Dianchi, a heavily polluted lake in Yunnan, China. Fungal Divers 16(1):93–112Google Scholar
  276. Luttrell ES (1973) Loculoascomycetes. In: Ainsworth GC, Sparrow FK, Sussman AS (eds) The fungi, An advanced treatise. Academic, New York, pp 135–219Google Scholar
  277. Magnusson AH (1924) A monograph of the Scandinavian species of the genus Acarospora. Göteborgs Kungl Vetensk Samhälles Handl ser 4(28):1–150Google Scholar
  278. Magnusson AH (1929) A monograph of the genus Acarospora. Kungl Svenska Vetenskapsakad Handl ser 3(7):1–400Google Scholar
  279. Maharachchikumbura SSN, Guo LD, Cai L et al (2012) A multi-locus backbonetree for Pestalotiopsis, with a polyphasic characterization of 14 new species. Fungal Divers 56:95–129CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  280. Maharachchikumbura SSN, Hyde KD, Groenewald JZ, Xu JJ, Crous PW (2014) Pestalotiopsis revisited. Stud Mycol 79:121–186PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  281. Maharachchikumbura SSN, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, McKenzie EHC, Huang S-K, Abdel-Wahab MA, Daranagama DA, Dayarathne M, D’souza MJ, Goonasekara ID, Hongsanan S, Jayawardena RS, Kirk PM, Konta S, Liu J-K, Liu Z-Y, Norphanphoun C, Shenoy BD, Xiao Y, Bahkali AH, Kang J, Somrothipol S, Suetrong S, Wen T, Xu J (2015) Towards a natural classification and backbone tree for Sodariomycetes. Fungal Divers 72:199–301CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  282. Makhija U, Adawadkar B (2007) Trans-septate species of Acanthothecis and Fissurina from India. Lichenologist 39:165–185CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  283. Manimohan P, Noordeloos ME, Dhanya AM (2006) Studies on the genus Entoloma (Basidiomycetes, Agaricales) in Kerala State, India. Persoonia 19:45–94Google Scholar
  284. Matheny PB (2009) A phylogenetic classification of the Inocybaceae. McIlvainea 18(1):11–21Google Scholar
  285. Matheny PB, Bougher NL (2006) The new genus Auritella from Africa and Australia (Inocybaceae, Agaricales): molecular sys- tematics, taxonomy and historical biogeography. Mycol Progr 5:2–17CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  286. Matheny PB, Curtis JM, Hofstetter V, Aime MC, Moncalvo JM, Ge Z-W, Yang Z-L, Slot JC, Ammirati JF, Baroni TJ, Bougher NL, Hughes KW, Lodge DJ, Kerrigan RW, Seidl MT, Aanen DK, DeNitis M, Daniele GM, Desjardin DE, Kropp BR, Norvell LR, Hibbett DS (2006) Majorclades of Agaricales: a multi-locus phylogenetic over view. Mycologia 98(6):984–997CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  287. Matheny PB, Aime MC, Bougher NL, Buyck B, Desjardin DE, Horak E, Kropp BR, Lodge DJ, Soytong K, Trappe JM, Hibbett DS (2009) Out of the Palaeotropics? Historical biogeography and diversification of the cosmopolitan ectomycorrhizal mushroom family Inocybaceae. J Biogeogr 36:577–592CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  288. Mehrabi M, Mohammadi Goltapeh E, Fotouhifar KB (2011) Studies on Cytospora canker disease of apple trees in Semirom region of Iran. J Agric Technol 7(4):967–982Google Scholar
  289. Miadlikowska J, Kauff F, Högnabba F, Oliver JC, Molnár K, Fraker E, Gaya E, Hafellner H, Hofstetter V, Gueidan C et al (2014) A multigene phylogenetic synthesis for the class Lecanoromycetes (Ascomycota): 1307 fungi representing 1139 infrageneric taxa, 312 genera and 66 families. Mol Phylogenet Evol 79:132–168PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  290. Miettinen O (2011) Taxonomy and phylogeny of white-rot polypores: case studies in Hymenochaetales and Polyporalres (Basidiomycota). Yliopistopaino, Helsinki, FinlandGoogle Scholar
  291. Miettinen O, Larsson KH (2011) Sidera, a new genus in Hymenochaetales with poroid and hydnoid species. Mycol Prog 10:131–141CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  292. Miettinen O, Larsson E, Sjokvist E, Larsson KH (2012) Comprehensive taxon sampling reveals unaccounted diversity and morphological plasticity in a group of dimitic polypores (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). Cladistics 28:251–270CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  293. Millanes AM, Westberg M, Wedin M, Diederich P (2012) Tremella diploschistina (Tremellomycetes, Basidiomycota, Fungi) a new lichenicolous species growing on Diploschistes. Lichenologist 44:321–332CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  294. Millanes AM, Truong C, Westberg M, Diederich P, Wedin M (2014) Host switching promotes diversity in host-specialized mycoparasitic fungi: uncoupled evolution in the Biatoropsis-Usnea system. Evolution 68:1576–1593. doi:10.1111/evo.12374 PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  295. Miller SL, Buyck B (2002) Molecular phylogeny of the genus Russula in Europe with a comparison of modern infrageneric classifications. Mycol Res 106(3):259–276CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  296. Miller MA, Holder MT, Vos R, Midford PE, Liebowitz T, Chan L, Hoover P, Warnow T (2009) The CIPRES Portals. http://www.phylo.org/sub_sections/portal
  297. Moncada B (2012) El Género Sticta (Schreb.) Ach. en Colombia: Taxonomía, Ecogeografía e Importancia. Doctoral Thesis, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. http://www.bdigital.unal.edu.co/11296/1/190844.2012.pdf
  298. Moncada B, Lücking R, Betancourt-Macuase L (2013) Phylogeny of the Lobariaceae (lichenized Ascomycota: Peltigerales), with a reappraisal of the genus Lobariella. Lichenologist 45:203–263CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  299. Moncada B, Lücking R, Suárez A (2014a) Molecular phylogeny of the genus Sticta (lichenized Ascomycota: Lobariaceae) in Colombia. Fung Divers 64:205–231CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  300. Moncada B, Reidy B, Lücking R (2014b) A phylogenetic revision of Hawaiian Pseudocyphellaria sensu lato (lichenized Ascomycota: Lobariaceae) reveals eight new species and a high degree of inferred endemism. Bryologist 117:119–160CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  301. Moncalvo JM, Vilgalys R, Redhead SA, Johnson JE, James TY, Aime MC, Hofstetter V, Verduin SJW, Larsson E, Baroni TJ, Thorn RG, Jacobsson S, Clémencon H, Miller OK Jr (2002) One hundred and seventeen clades of euagarics. Mol Phylogenet Evol 23(3):357–400PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  302. Montagne JFC (1834) Notice sur les plantes cryptogames récemment découvertes en France contenant aussi l’indication précis des localités de quelques espèces les plus rares de la flore française. Annales des Sciences Naturelles Botanique, Sér 2 1:295–307Google Scholar
  303. Morin L, Shivas RG, Piper MC, Tan YP (2010) Austropleospora osteospermi gen. et sp. nov. and its host specificity and distribution on Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata in Australia. Fungal Divers 40(1):65–74CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  304. Mostert L, Crous PW, Groenewald JZ, Gams W, Summerbell RC (2003) Togninia (Calosphaeriales) is confirmed as teleomorph of Phaeoacremonium by means of morphology, sexual compatibility, and DNA phylogeny. Mycologia 95(4):646–659PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  305. Mostert L, Groenewald JZ, Summerbell RC, Gams W, Crous PW (2006) Taxonomy and pathology of Togninia (Diaporthales) and its Phaeoacremonium anamorphs. Stud Mycol 54:1–115CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  306. Mouzouras R, Jones EBG (1985) Monodictys pelagica, the anamorph of Nereiospora cristata (Halopshaeriaceae). Can J Bot 63:2444–2447CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  307. Mugambi GK, Huhndorf SM (2009a) Molecular phylogenetics of Pleosporales: Melanommataceae and Lophiostomataceae recircumscribed (Plesporomycetidae, Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota). Stud Mycol 64:103–121PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  308. Mugambi GK, Huhndorf SM (2009b) Parallel evolution of hysterothecial ascomata in ascolocularous fungi (Ascomycota, Fungi). Syst Biodivers 7:453–464CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  309. Müller E (1950) Die schweizerischen Arten der Gattung Leptosphaeria und ihrer Verwandten. Sydowia 4:185–319Google Scholar
  310. Müller E, von Arx JA (1962) Die Gattungen der didymosporen Pyrenomyceten. Beiträge zur. Kryptogamenflora der Schweiz 11(2):1–922Google Scholar
  311. Muñiza D, Hladun NL (2007) Mycocalicium llimonae, a new species from the Iberian Peninsula. Lichenologist 39:205–210CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  312. Munk A (1953) The system of the pyrenomycetes. A contribution to a natural classification of the group Sphaeriales sensu Lindau. Dansk Bot Ark 15:1–163Google Scholar
  313. Munsell C (1994) Munsell soil color charts. Macbeth Division of Kollmorgen Instruments Corporation, New WindsorGoogle Scholar
  314. Nag Raj TR (1993) Coelomycetous anamorphs with appendage-bearing conidia. Mycologue Publications, WaterlooGoogle Scholar
  315. Nakasone KK (2013) Taxonomy of Epithele (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). SYDOWIA 65(1):59–112Google Scholar
  316. Nees of Esenbeck CG (1816) Ichneumonides Adsciti, Nature of Research in Genera et Familias Divisi: magazine Society friends to Berlin. 7(1813):243–277Google Scholar
  317. Nguyen NH, Landeros F, Garibay-Orijel R, Hansen K, Vellinga EC (2013) The Helvella lacunosa species complex in western North America: cryptic species, misapplied names and parasites. Mycologia 105:1275–1286PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  318. Noireung P, Phoulivong S, Liu F, Cai L, McKenzie EHC, Chukeatirote E, Jones EBG, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD (2012) Novel species of Colletotrichum revealed by morphology and molecular analysis. Cryptogam Mycol 33(3):350CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  319. Noordeloos ME (1980) Entoloma subgenus Nolanea in the Netherlands and adjacent regions with a reconnaissance of its remaining taxa in Europe. Persoonia 10:427–534Google Scholar
  320. Noordeloos ME (1987) Entoloma (Agaricales) in Europe. Beih Nova Hedwig 91:1–419Google Scholar
  321. Noordeloos ME (1988a) Entolomataceae. In: Bas (ed) Flora Agaricina Neerlandica; Critical monographs on families of agarics and boleti occuring in the Netherlands, Vol 1. A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp 77–177Google Scholar
  322. Noordeloos ME (1988b) The species described by L.R. Hesler, A.H. Smith & S.J. Mazzer: type-species and comments. Cryptogamic studies, vol 2. Gustav Fisher Verlag, Stuttgart, p 164Google Scholar
  323. Noordeloos ME (1992) Entoloma s.l. Fungi Europaei, vol 5. Giovanna Biella, Saronno, p 760Google Scholar
  324. Noordeloos ME (2004) Entoloma s.l. Fungi Europaei, vol 5a. Edizione Candusso, Italy, p 617Google Scholar
  325. Noordeloos ME (2008) Entoloma in North America 2: the species described by C.H. Peck–type studies and comments. Öst Z Pilzk 17:87–152Google Scholar
  326. Noordeloos ME (2012) Entoloma (Fr.) P. Kumm. In: Knudsen H, Vesterholt J (eds) Funga Nordica: agaricoid, boletoid, clavarioid, cyphelloid and gastroid genera2, 2nd edn. Nordsvamp, Copenhagen, pp 517–576Google Scholar
  327. Noordeloos ME, Gates GM (2009) Preliminary studies in the genus Entoloma in Tasmania II. Cryptogam Mycol 30:107–140Google Scholar
  328. Noordeloos ME, Gates GM (2012) The Entolomataceae of Tasmania. Fungal diversity research series, vol 22. Springer, Dordrecht, p 400Google Scholar
  329. Noordeloos ME, Hausknecht A (1993) Die Gattung Entoloma in Ostösterreich. Öst Z Pilzk 2:45–96Google Scholar
  330. Noordeloos ME, Hausknecht A (2007) The genus Entoloma (Basidiomycetes, Agaricales) of the Mascarenes and Seychelles. Fungal Divers 27:111–144Google Scholar
  331. Noordeloos ME, Morozova OV (2010) New and noteworthy Entoloma species from the Primorsky Territory, Russian Far East. Mycotaxon 112:231–255CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  332. Norphanphoun C, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Daranagama A, Bulgakov TS, Bhat DJ, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD (2015) Towards a backbone tree for Seimatosporium, with S. physocarpi sp. nov. Mycosphere 6(3):385–400Google Scholar
  333. Okane I, Srikitikulchai P, Toyama K, Læssøe T, Somsak S, Nigel H-J, Akira N, Wanchern P, Ken-ichiro S (2008) Study of endophytic Xylariaceae in Thailand: diversity and taxonomy inferred from rDNA sequence analyses with saprobes forming fruit bodies in the field. Mycoscience 49:359–372CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  334. Orpin CG (1974) Rumen flagellates Callimastix frontalis and Monas communis - Zoospores of phycomycete fungi. J Appl Bacteriol 37:R9–R10Google Scholar
  335. Orpin CG (1975) Studies on the rumen flagellate Neocallimastix frontalis. J Gen Microbiol 91:249–262PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  336. Orpin CG (1977) The rumen flagellate Piromonas communis: its life - history and invasion of plant material in the rumen. J Gen Microbiol 99:107–117PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  337. Orpin CG, Munn EA (1986) Neocallimastix patriciarum Sp. Nov., a New Member of the Neocallimasticaceae Inhabiting the Rumen of Sheep. Trans Br Mycol Soc 86:178–181CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  338. Ozkose E, Thomas BJ, Davies DR, Griffith GW, Theodorou MK (2001) Cyllamyces aberensis gen.nov sp.nov. a new anaerobic gut fungus with branched sporangiophores isolated from cattle. Can J Bot 79:666–673Google Scholar
  339. Pang KL, Vrijmoed LLP, Kong RYC, Jones EBG (2003) Polyphyly of Halosarpheia (Halosphaeriales, Ascomycota): implications on the use of unfurling ascospore appendage as a systematic character. Nova Hedw 77:1–18CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  340. Parmasto E (1978) The genus Dictyonema (‘Thelephorolichenes’). Nova Hedwigia 29:99–144Google Scholar
  341. Parnmen S, Lücking R, Lumbsch HT (2012) Phylogenetic classification at generic level in the absence of distinct phylogenetic patterns of phenotypical variation: A case study in Graphidaceae (Ascomycota). PLoS ONE 7(12):e51392PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  342. Parra LA (2008) Agaricus L. Allopsalliota, Nauta & Bas. Part I. Fungi Europaei. Edizioni Candusso, AlassioGoogle Scholar
  343. Parra LA (2013) Agaricus L. Allopsalliota, Nauta & Bas. Part 2. Fungi Europaei. Edizioni Candusso, AlassioGoogle Scholar
  344. Parra LA, Muñoz G, Callac P (2014) Agaricus caballeroi sp. nov., una nueva especie de la sección Nigrobrunnescentes recolectada en España. Micologia e Vegetazione Mediterranea 29:21–38Google Scholar
  345. Paulus B, Gadek P, Hyde KD (2004) Phylogenetic and morphological assessment of five new species of Thozetella from an Australian rainforest. Mycologia 96:1074–1087PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  346. Pažoutová S, Follert S, Bitzer J, Keck M, Surup F, Šrůtka P et al (2013) A new endophytic insect-associated Daldinia species, recognised from a comparison of secondary metabolite profiles and molecular phylogeny. Fungal Divers 60(1):107–123CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  347. Peck CH (1907) New York species of Russula. Bull New York State Mus Nat Hist 116:67–98Google Scholar
  348. Pegler DN (1983) Agaric flora of the Lesser Antilles. Kew Bull Additional Series 9:1–668Google Scholar
  349. Pegler DN (1997) The agarics of São Paulo, Brazil. Royal Botanic Garden Kew, London, p 70Google Scholar
  350. Peintner U, Bougher NL, Castellano MA, Moncalvo JM, Moser MM, Trappe JM, Vilgalys R (2001) Multiple origins of sequestrate fungi related to Cortinarius (Cortinariaceae). Am J Bot 88(12):2168–2179PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  351. Peintner U, Horak E, Moser M, Vilgalys R (2002) Phylogeny of Rozites, Cuphocybe and Rapacea inferred from ITS and LSU rDNA sequences. Mycologia 94(4):620–629PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  352. Petrak F (1940) Beiträge zur Pilzflora der Umgebung von Wien. Annales Mycologici 38:339–386Google Scholar
  353. Phillips AJL, Alves A, Pennycook JPR, Ramaley A, Akulov A, Crous PW (2008) Resolving the phylogenetic and taxonomic status of dark-spored teleomorph genera in the Botryosphaeriaceae. Persoonia 21:29–55PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  354. Phillips AJL, Alves A, Abdollahzadeh J, Slippers B, Wingfield MJ, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2013) The Botryosphaeriaceae: genera and species known from culture. Stud Mycol 76:51–167PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  355. Phookamsak R, Liu JK, Chukeatirote E, McKenzie EHC, Hyde KD (2013) Phylogeny and morphology of Leptosphaerulina saccharicola sp. nov. and Pleosphaerulina oryzae and relationships with Pithomyces. Cryptogam Mycol 34(4):303–319CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  356. Phookamsak R, Liu JK, McKenzie EHC, Manamgoda DS, Ariyawansa HA, Thambugala KM, Dai DQ, Camporesi E, Chukeatirote E, Wijayawardene NN, Bahkali AH, Mortimer PEXJC, Hyde KD (2014) Revision of Phaeosphaeriaceae. Fungal Divers 68:159–238CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  357. Phookamsak R, Manamgoda DS, Li WJ, Dai DQ, Singtripop C, Hyde KD (2015) Poaceascoma helicoides gen et sp. nov., a new genus with scolecospores in Lentitheciaceae Cryptogamie. Mycologie 36(2):1–12Google Scholar
  358. Poengsungnoen V, Manoch L, Mongkolsuk P, Boonpragob K, Parnmen S, Lücking R, Tehler A, Lumbsch HT (2014) Phylogenetic analysis reveals two morphologically unique new species in the genera Astrochapsa and Nitidochapsa (lichenized Ascomycota: Graphidaceae). Phytotaxa 189:268–291CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  359. Pouzar Z (1979) Notes on taxonomy and nomenclature of Nummularia (Pyrenomycetes). Česká Mykologie 33:207–219Google Scholar
  360. Pouzar Z (1986) A key and conspectus of Central European species of Biscogniauxia and Obolarina (Pyrenomycetes). Česká Mykologie 40:1–10Google Scholar
  361. Pratibha J, Prabhugaonkar A (2015) Multi-gene phylogeny of Pithomyces with the sexual morph of P. flavus Berk. & Broome. Phytotaxa 218(1):084–090CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  362. Quaedvlieg W, Verkley GJM, Shin H-D, Barretto RW, Alfenas AC, Swart WJ, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2013) Sizing up Septoria. Stud Mycol 75:307–390PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  363. Rabenhorst (1858) Herb myc, ed. 2 no. 725 (in sched)Google Scholar
  364. Raja H, Campbell J, Shearer CA (2003) Freshwater ascomycetes:Cyanoannulus petersenii, a new genus and speciesfrom submerged wood. Mycotaxon 88:1–17Google Scholar
  365. Raja HA, Ferrer A, Miller AN, Shearer CA (2010) Freshwater Ascomycetes: Wicklowia aquatica, a new genus and species in the Pleosporales from Florida and Costa Rica. Mycoscience 51(3):208–214CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  366. Raja HA, Oberlies NH, El-Elimat T, Miller AN, Zelski SE, Shearer CA (2013) Lindgomyces angustiascus, (Lindgomycetaceae, Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes), a new lignicolous species from freshwater habitats in the USA. Mycoscience 54(5):353–361Google Scholar
  367. Ramaley RW (1999) Three species of Microthyrium from Nonila. Mycotaxon 70:8Google Scholar
  368. Rambaut A (2009) FigTree v1.3.1. Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford. http://tree.bio.ed.ac.uk/software/figtree/. Accessed 21 Dec 2009
  369. Rao VG, Reddy KA (1981) Two new hyphomycetes. Indian J Bot 4(1):108–114Google Scholar
  370. Réblová M, Mostert L (2007) Romellia is congeneric with Togninia, and description of Conidiotheca gen. nov. for one species of this genus with polysporous asci. Mycol Res 111:299–307PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  371. Réblová M, Seifert KA (2008) A new species of Chaetosphaeria with Menispora ciliata and phialophora-like anamorphs. Fungal Divers 29:99–105Google Scholar
  372. Réblová M, Seifert KA, White GP (2006) Chaetosphaeria tortuosa, the newly discovered teleomorph of Menispora tortuosa, with a key to known Menispora species. Mycol Res 110:104–109PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  373. Réblová M, Gams W, Seifert KA (2011) Monilochaetes and allied genera of the Glomerellales, and a reconsideration of families in the Microascales. Stud Mycol 68:163–191PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  374. Rehner SA, Buckley E (2005) A Beauveria phylogeny inferred from nuclear ITS and EF1-a sequences: evidence for cryptic diversification and links to Cordyceps teleomorphs. Mycologia 97(1):84–98PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  375. Rehner SA, Minnis D, Sung G-H, Luangsa-ard JJ, DeVotto L, Humber RA (2011) Phylogeny and systematics of the anamorphic, entomopathogenic genus Beauveria. Mycologia 103(5):1055–1073PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  376. Reiss MLC (1854) Neue Kernpilze. Hedwigia 1:23–28Google Scholar
  377. Richardson M (2009) The ecology of the Zygomycetes and its impact on environmental exposure. Clin Microbiol Infect 15:2–9PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  378. Rikkinen J (2003) Chaenothecopsis nigripunctata, a remarkable new species of resinicolous Mycocaliciaceae from western North America. Mycologia 95:98–103Google Scholar
  379. Rivas Plata E, Lücking R, Sipman HJM, Mangold A, Kalb K, Lumbsch HT (2010) A world-wide key to the thelotremoid Graphidaceae, excluding the Ocellularia-Myriotrema-Stegobolus clade. Lichenologist 42:139–185CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  380. Rivas Plata E, Lücking R, Lumbsch HT (2012) A new classification for the family Graphidaceae (Ascomycota: Lecanoromycetes: Ostropales). Fung Divers 52:107–121CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  381. Rivas Plata E, Parnmen S, Staiger B, Mangold A, Frisch A, Weerakoon G, Hernández JEM, Cáceres MES, Kalb K, Sipman HJM, Common RS, Nelsen MP, Lücking R, Lumbsch HT (2013) A molecular phylogeny of Graphidaceae (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes, Ostropales) including 428 species. MycoKeys 6:55–94. doi:10.3897/mycokeys.6.3482 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  382. Rogers JD, Miller AN, Vasilyeva LN (2008) Pyrenomycetes of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. VI. Kretzschmaria, Nemania, Rosellinia and Xylaria (Xylariaceae). Fungal Divers 29:107–116Google Scholar
  383. Romagnesi H (1941) Les Rhodophylles de Madagascar. Prodr. Fl. Myc. Madagascar, vol. 3Google Scholar
  384. Romagnesi H (1985) Les Russules d’Europe et d’Afrique du Nord. Reprint. J. CramerGoogle Scholar
  385. Romagnesi H (1996) Les russues d’Europe et d’Afrique du nord. Bordas, ParisGoogle Scholar
  386. Romagnesi H, Gilles G (1979) Les Rhodophylles des fôrets côtières du Gabon et de la Côte d’ Ivoire. Beih Nova Hedwig 59:1–649Google Scholar
  387. Ryberg M, Larsson E, Jacobsson S (2010) An evolutionary perspective on morphology and ecological characters in the mushroom family Inocybaceae (Agaricomycotina, Fungi). Mol Phylogenet Evol 55:431–442PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  388. Ryvarden L (1991) Genera of polypores. Nomenclature and taxonomy. Syn Fungorum 5:1–363Google Scholar
  389. Ryvarden L (2004) Neotropical polypores 1. Introduction, Ganodermataceae and Hymenochaetaceae. Synopsis Fungorum 19:1–228Google Scholar
  390. Ryvarden L, Iturriaga T (2003) Studies in neotropical polypores 10. New polypores from Venezuela. Mycologia 95(6):1066–1077PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  391. Ryvarden L, Johansen I (1980) A preliminary polypore flora of East Africa. Fungiflora, OsloGoogle Scholar
  392. Ryvarden L, Melo I (2014) Poroid fungi of Europe. Syn Fungorum 31:1–455Google Scholar
  393. Saccardo PA (1878) Fungi Italici autographice delineati a Prof. P.A. Saccardo. Patavii 1878. - Fascicoli V.-VIII. Michelia 1(3):326–350Google Scholar
  394. Saccardo PA (1883) Fungi Gallici ser. II. Michelia 2:57Google Scholar
  395. Saccardo PA (1884) Sylloge Fungorum. Typis Seminarii, Italy (in Latin) Google Scholar
  396. Sánchez-Ramírez S, Tulloss RE, Amalfi M, Moncalvo J-M, Carine M (2015) Palaeotropical origins, boreotropical distribution and increased rates of diversification in a clade of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms (Amanita section Caesareae). J Biogeogr 42(2):351–363CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  397. Sarnari M (1998) Monographia illustrata del genere Russula in Europa. Tomo 1. Associazone Micologica Bresadola. Fondazione Centro Studi Micologici, VicencaGoogle Scholar
  398. Sarnari M (2005) Monografia illustrate de genere Russula in Europa. Tomo Secondo. AMB, Centro Studi Micologici, TrentoGoogle Scholar
  399. Schatz S (1984) The life history, developmental morphology, and taxonomy of Lautitia danica gen. nov., comb. nov. Can J Bot 62:28–32CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  400. Scheinpflug H (1958) Untersuchungen uber die Gattung Didymosphaeria Fuckel und eingige verwandte Gattungen. Ber Sch Bot Ges 68:325–385Google Scholar
  401. Schmidt A (1970) Anatomisch-taxonomische Untersuchungen an europa$ischen Arten der Flechtenfamilie Caliciaceae. Mitteilung zur Staatsinstitut fuXr Aligemeine Botanik, Hamburg 13:111–166Google Scholar
  402. Schoch CL, Crous PW, Groenewald JZ, Boehm EWA, Burgess TI, de Gruyter J, de Hoog GS, Dixon LJ, Grube M, Gueidan C, Harada Y, Hatakeyama S, Hirayama K, Hosoya T, Huhndorf SM, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, Kohlmeyer J, Kruys Å, Li YM, Lücking R, Lumbsch HT, Marvanová L, Mbatchou JS, McVay AH, Miller AN, Mugambi GK, Muggia L, Nelsen MP, Nelson P, Owensby CA, Phillips AJL, Phongpaichit S, Pointing SB, Pujade-Renaud V, Raja HA, Rivas Plata E, Robbertse B, Ruibal C, Sakayaroj J, Sano T, Selbmann L, Shearer CA, Shirouzu T, Slippers B, Suetrong S, Tanaka K, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B, Wingfield MJ, Wood AR, Woudenberg JHC, Yonezawa H, Zhang Y, Spatafora JW (2009) A class–wide phylogenetic assessment of Dothideomycetes. Stud Mycol 64:1–15PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  403. Scorzetti G, Fell JW, Fonseca A, Statzell-Tallman A (2002) Systematics ofbasidiomycetous yeasts, a comparison of large subunit D1/D2 and internaltranscribed spacer rDNA regions. FEMS Yeast Res 2:495–517PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  404. Seguy E (1936) Code universel des couleurs. P. Lechevalier, ParisGoogle Scholar
  405. Senanayake IC, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Hyde KD, Bhat JD, Jones EBG, McKenzie EHC, Dai DQ, Daranagama DA, Dayarathne MC, Goonasekara ID, Konta S, Li WJ, Shang QJ, Stadler M, Wijayawardene NN, Xiao YP, Norphanphoun C, Li Q, Liu XZ, Bahkali AH, Kang JC, Wang Y, Wen TC, Wendt L, Xu JC, Camporesi E (2015) Towards unraveling relationships in Xylariomycetidae (Sordariomycetes). Fungal Divers 73(1):1–85. doi:10.1007/s13225-015-0340-y CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  406. Shearer CA (1993) A new species of Kirschsteiniothelia (Pleosporales) with an unusual fissitunicate ascus. Mycologia 85(6):963–969CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  407. Shoemaker RA (1984) Canadian and some extralimital Nodulosphaeria and Entodesmium species. Can J Bot 62:2730–2753CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  408. Shoemaker RA, Babcock CE (1989) Phaeosphaeria. Can J Bot 67:1500–1599CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  409. Silvestro D, Michalak I (2011) RaxmlGUI: A graphical front-end for RAxML. Org Divers Evol 12:335–337. doi:10.1007/s13127-011-0056-0 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  410. Simmons EG (1986) Alternaria themes and variations (22–26). Pleospora/ Stemphylium and Lewia / Alternaria Mycotaxon 25:287–308Google Scholar
  411. Simonini G (1994) Boletus dryophilus Thiers, specie nuova per l’Europa. Riv Micol 37(3):205–219Google Scholar
  412. Singer R (1935) Supplement ezumeinermono graphie der gutting Russula. Ann Mycol 33:297–352Google Scholar
  413. Singer R (1986) Theagaricales in modern taxonomy, 4th edn. Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein, p 981Google Scholar
  414. Singtripop C, Camporesi E, Ariyawansa HA, Wanasinghe DN, Boonmee S, Mortime PE, Xu JC, Hyde KD (2015) Keissleriella dactylidis, sp. nov., from Dactylis sp. and its phylogenetic placement. Science Asia (in press)Google Scholar
  415. Sivanesan A (1984) The bitunicate ascomycetes and their anamorphs. J. Cramer, VaduzGoogle Scholar
  416. Sivichai S, Jones EBG, Hywel-Jones N (2002) Fungal colonisation of wood in a freshwater stream at Tad Ta Phu, Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Fungal Divers 10:113–129Google Scholar
  417. Slippers B, Wingfield MJ (2007) Botryosphaeriaceae as endophytes and latent pathogens of woody plants: diversity, ecology and impact. Fungal Biol Rev 21:90–106CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  418. Slippers B, Crous PW, Denman S, Coutinho TA, Wingfield BD, Wingfield MJ (2004) Combined multiple gene genealogies and phenotypic characters differentiate several species previously identified as Botryosphaeria dothidea. Mycologia 96:83–101PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  419. Snell WH, Dick EA (1970) The Boleti of north-eastern north America. J Cramer, Lehre, p 115Google Scholar
  420. Snell WH, Singer R, Dick EA (1960) [1959] Notes on boletales. XI. Mycologia 51(4):564–577Google Scholar
  421. Sohrabi M, Lücking R, Lumbsch HT (2014) One hundred and seventy five new species of Graphidaceae. Phytotaxa 189:5–6CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  422. Song B, Li TH, Wu XL, Li JJ, Shen YH, Lin QY (2007) Known species of Russula from China and their distribution. J Fungal Res 5(1):20–42 (in Chinese)Google Scholar
  423. Song Y, Tangthirasunun N, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Jiang YL, Xu JJ, Hyde KD, Wang Y (2014) Novel Pestalotiopsis species from Thailandpoint to the rich undiscovered diversityof this chemically creative genus. Cryptogam Mycol 35(2):139–149CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  424. Spielman LJ (1983) Taxonomy and biology of Valsa species on Hardwoods in North America, with special reference to species on maples. Cornell University, IthacaGoogle Scholar
  425. Spielman LJ (1985) A monograph of Valsa on hardwoods in North America. Can J Bot 63:1355–1387CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  426. Spooner BM, Kirk PM (1982) Taxonomic notes on Excipularia and Scolicosporium. Trans Br Mycol Soc 78:247–257CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  427. Stadler M, Kuhnert E, Peršoh D, Fournier J (2013) The Xylariaceae as model example for a unified nomenclature following the “One Fungus-One Name” (1F1N) concept. Mycology 4(1):5–21Google Scholar
  428. Staiger B (2002) Die Flechtenfamilie Graphidaceae. Studien in Richtung einer natürlicheren Gliederung. Bibl Lichenol 85:1–526Google Scholar
  429. Stamatakis A (2006) RAxML-VI-HPC: maximum likelihood-based phylogenetic analyses with thousands of taxa and mixed models. Bioinformatics 22:2688–2690. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btl446 PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  430. Stamatakis A, Hoover P, Rougemont J (2008) A rapid bootstrap algorithm for the RAxML web servers. Syst Biol 57:758–777PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  431. Steenbakkers PJM, Li XL, Ximenes EA, Arts JG, Chen H, Ljungdahl LG, Op Den Camp HJM (2001) Noncatalytic docking domains of cellulosomes of anaerobic fungi. J Bacteriol 183:5325–5333PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  432. Steenbakkers PJM, Freelove A, van Cranenbroek B, Sweegers BMC, Harhangi HR, Vogels GD, Hazlewood GP, Gilbert HL, Op Den Camp HJM (2002a) The major component of the cellulosomes of anaerobic fungi from the genus Piromyces is a family 48 glycoside hydrolase. DNA Seq 13:313–320PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  433. Steenbakkers PJM, Ubhayasekera W, Goossen HJAM, van Lierop EMHM, van der Drift C, Vogels GD, Mowbray SL, Op Den Camp HJM (2002b) An intron-containing glycoside hydrolase family 9 cellulase gene encodes the dominant 90 kDa component of the cellulosome of the anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. strain E2. Biochem J 365:193–204PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  434. Steenbakkers PJM, Harhangi HR, Bosscher MW, van der Hooft MMC, Keltjens JT, van der Drift C, Vogels GD, Op Den Camp HJM (2003) β-glucosidase in cellulosome of the anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. E2 is a family 3 glycoside hydrolase. Biochem J 379:963–970CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  435. Steenbakkers PJM, Irving JA, Harhangi HR, Swinkels WJC, Akhmanova A, Dijkerman R, Jetten MSM, van der Drift C, Whisstock JC, Op Den Camp HJM (2008) A serpin in the cellulosome of the anaerobic fungus Piromyces sp. Strain E2. Mycol Res 112:999–1006PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  436. Strobel G, Li JY, Ford E, Worapong J, Gary IB, Hess WM (2000) Pestalotiopsisjester sp. nov., anendophyte from Fragraeabodenii Wernh., acommon plantinthe southern high lands of Papua NewGuinea. Mycotaxon 76:257–266Google Scholar
  437. Suetrong S, Schoch CL, Spatafora JW, Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann Kohlmeyer B, Sakayaroj J, Phongpaichit S, Tanaka K, Hirayama K, Jones EBG (2009) Molecular systematics of the marine Dothideomycetes. Stud Mycol 64:155–173PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  438. Sung G-H, Hywel-Jones NL, Sung J-M, Luangsa-ard JJ, Shrestha B, Spatafora JW (2007a) Phylogenetic classification of Cordyceps and the clavicipitaceous fungi. Stud Mycol 57:5–66PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  439. Sung G-H, Sung J-M, Hywel-Jones NL, Spatafora JW (2007b) A multi-gene phylogeny of Clavicipitaceae (Ascomycota, Fungi): Identification of localized incongruence using a combinational bootstrap approach. Mol Phylogenet Evol 44(3):1204–1223PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  440. Šutara J (2008) Xerocomus s.l. in the light of the present state of knowledge. Czech Mycol 60(1):29–62Google Scholar
  441. Sutton BC (1980) The Coelomycetes. Fungi imperfecti with pycnidia, acervuli and stromata. Common Wealth Mycological Institute, KewGoogle Scholar
  442. Swofford DL (2002) PAUP: phylogenetic analysis using parsimony,version 4.0b10. Illinois Natural History Survey, Champion, IllGoogle Scholar
  443. Tamura K, Peterson D, Peterson N, Stecher G, Nei M, Kumar S (2011) MEGA5: Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis Using Maximum Likelihood, Evolutionary Distance, and Maximum Parsimony Methods. Mol Biol Evol 28(10):2731–2739PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  444. Tanaka K, Harada Y (2004) Pleosporales in Japan (4). The genus Massariosphaeria. Mycoscience 45(2):96–105CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  445. Tanaka K, Hirayama K, Yonezawa H, Hatakeyama S, Harada Y, Sano T, Shirouzu T, Hosoya T (2009) Molecular taxonomy of bambusicolous fungi: Tetraplosphaeriaceae, a new pleosporalean family with Tetraploa-like anamorphs. Stud Mycol 64:175–209PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  446. Tang AMC, Jeewon R, Hyde KD (2007) Phylogenetic relationships of Nemania plumbea sp. nov. and related taxa based on ribosomal ITS and RPB2 sequences. Mycol Res 111:392–402PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  447. Taylor AFS, Douhan GW, Hills AE, Simonini G, Binder M, Eberhardt U (2012) A molecular analysis of European and North American taxa within the Xerocomus chrysenteron complex and the description of X. redeuilhii Taylor, Eberhardt & Simonini sp. nov. Mycological Society of America, 2012 Meeting Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, July 15–18 2012, Conference Paper, 60pGoogle Scholar
  448. Thambugala KM, Singtripop C, Chunfang Y, Mckenzie EH, Liu ZY, Chukeatirote E, Hyde KD (2014) Towards a natural classification of Dothideomycetes 7: The genera Allosoma, Austropleospora, Dangeardiella, Griggsia and Karschia (Dothideomycetes incertae sedis). Phytotaxa 181(1):34–46CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  449. Thambugala KM, Hyde KD, Tanaka K, Tian Q, Wanasinghe DN, Ariyawansa H, Boonmee S, Camporesi E, Hashimoto A, Hirayama K, Jayasiri SC, Schumacher RK, Promputtha I, Liu ZY (2015) Towards a natural classification and backbone tree for Lophiostomataceae, Floricolaceae, and Amorosiaceae fam. nov. Fungal Divers (in press)Google Scholar
  450. Thienhirun S, Rodtong S, Phukhawan N, Suwannasai N (2003) Xylariaceous fungi in Phu Hin Rongkra National Park, Thailand. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Medical Mushroom. Pattaya, p 505–508Google Scholar
  451. Thongklang N, Nawaz R, Khalid AN et al (2014) Morphological and molecular characterization of three Agaricus species from tropical Asia (Pakistan, Thailand) reveals a new group in section Xanthodermatei. Mycologia 106:1220–1232. doi:10.3852/14-076 PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  452. Tian Q, Hyde KD, Liu JK, Wanasinghe DN, Boonmee S., Senanayak IC, Luo ZL, Ariyawansa H, Li WJ, Thambugala KM, Jones EBG, Bhat DJ, Bahkali AH, Chomnunti P, Mortimer PE, Xu JC, Campesori E (2015) Phylogenetic relationships and morphological reappraisal of Melanommataceae. Fungal Divers (in press)Google Scholar
  453. Tibell L, Titov A (1995) Species of chaenothecopsis and mycocalicium (Caliciales) on exudate. The Bryologist 98(4):550–560Google Scholar
  454. Trakunyingcharoen T, Lombard L, Groenewald JZ, Cheewangkoon R, Toanun C, Alfenas AC, Crous PW (2014) Mycoparasitic species of Sphaerellopsis, and allied lichenicolous and other genera. IMA Fungus 5(2):391–414PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  455. Tsui CKM, Berbee ML (2006) Phylogenetic relationships and convergence of helicosporous fungi inferred from ribosomal DNA sequences. Mol Phylog Evol 39:587–597CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  456. Tulasne LR, Tulasne C (1861) Selecta Fungorum Carpologia. Erysiphei. 1Google Scholar
  457. Tulloss RE (2005) Amanita-distribution in the Americas, with comparison to eastern and southern Asia and notes on spore character variation with latitude and ecology. Mycotaxon 93:189–231Google Scholar
  458. Vainio EA (1890) E!tude sur la classification naturelle et la morphologie des lichens du Bre!sil. Acta Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica 7(1):i–xxix, 1–247(2):1–256Google Scholar
  459. Van Tieghem P (1876) Troisième mémoire sur les Mucorinées. Annales des Sciences Naturelles VI 4:312–399Google Scholar
  460. Vargas N, Bernal A, Sarria V, Franco-Molano A, Restrepo S (2011) Amatoxin and phallotoxin composition in species of the genus Amanita in Colombia: a taxonomic perspective. Toxicon 58(6–7):583–590PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  461. Vavra J, Joyon L (1966) Étude sur la morphologie, le cycle évolutif et la position systématique de Callimastix cyclopis Weissenberg 1912. Protistologica 2:5–15Google Scholar
  462. Vega FE, Posada F, Aime MC, Pava-Ripoll M, Infante F, Rehner SA (2008) Entomopathogenic fungal endophytes. Biol Control 46:72–82CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  463. Vila J, Carbó J, Caballero F, Català S, Llimona X, Noordeloos ME (2013) A first approach to the study of the genus Entoloma subgenus Nolanea s.l. using molecular and morphological data. Fungi non Delineati LXVI (Studies on Entoloma). Edizioni Candusso, Alassio, p 150Google Scholar
  464. Vizzini A (2015) Index Fungorum no. 244, Nomenclatural novelties, Hortiboletus, Rheubarbariboletus, ISSN 2049-2375Google Scholar
  465. Vizzini A, Contu M, Ercole E, Voyron S (2012) Rivalutazione e delimitazione del genere Aspidella (Agaricales, Amanitaceae), nuovamente separato da Amanita. Micol Vegetazione Mediterr 27(2):75–90Google Scholar
  466. Voglmayr H (2004) Spirosphaera cupreorufescens sp. nov., a rare aeroaquatic fungus. Stud Mycol 50:221–228Google Scholar
  467. Voigt K (2012) Chytridiomycota. In: Frey W (ed) Syllabus of plant families–A. Engler’s Syllabus der Pflanzenfamilien. Part 1/1: Blue-green algae, Myxomycetes and Myxomycete-like organisms, Phytoparasitic protists, Heterotrophic Heterokontobionta and Fungi p.p. Borntraeger Verlag, Stuttgart, pp 106–129, ISBN 978-3-443-01061-4Google Scholar
  468. Wagner T, Fischer M (2002) Classification and phylogenetic relationships of Hymenochaete and allied genera of the Hymenochaetales, inferred from rDNA sequence data and nuclear behaviour of vegetative mycelium. Mycol Prog 94:93–104CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  469. Wagner L, Stielow B, Hoffmann K, Petkovits T, Papp T, Vágvölgyi C, de Hoog GS, Verkley, Voigt K (2013) A comprehensive molecular phylogeny of the Mortierellales (Mortierellomycotina) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA, Persoonia. Mol Phylogeny Evol Fungi 30:77–93Google Scholar
  470. Wanansinghe DN, Jones EBG, Camporesi E, Boonmee S, Ariyawansa HA, Wijayawardene NN, Hyde KD (2014) An Exciting Novel Member of Lentitheciaceae in Italy from Clematis Vitalba. Cryptogam Mycol 35(4):323–337CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  471. Wanasinghe DN, Jones EBG, Camporesi E, Mortimer PE, Xu JC, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD (2015) The genus Murispora (in press)Google Scholar
  472. Wang HK, Aptroot A, Crous PW, Hyde KD, Jeewon R (2007) The polyphyletic nature of Pleosporales: an example from Massariosphaeria based on rDNA and RBP2 gene phylogenies. Mycol Res 111:1268–1276PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  473. Wang XH, Yang ZL, Li YC, Knudsen H, Liu PG (2009) Russula griseocarnosa sp. nov. (Russulaceae, Russulales), a commercially important edible mushroom in tropical China: mycorrhiza, phylogenetic position, and taxonomy. Nova Hedwigia 88:269–282CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  474. Wang ZR, Parra LA, Callac P, Zhou JL, Fu WJ, Dui SH, Hyde KD, Zhao RL (2015) Edible species of Agaricus (Agaricaceae) from Xinjiang Province (Western China). Phytotaxa 202(3):185–197CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  475. Webb J, Theodorou MK (1991) Neocallimastix hurleyensis sp. nov., an anaerobic fungus from the ovine rumen. Can J Bot Rev Can Bot 69:1220–1224CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  476. Weber NS (1972) The genus Helvella in Michigan. Mich Bot 11:147–201Google Scholar
  477. Weber R, Webster J (2007) Introduction to fungi. New York, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  478. Wedin M, Baloch E, Grube M (2002) Parsimony analyses of mtSSU and nITS rDNA sequences reveal the natural relationships of the lichen families Physciaceae and Caliciaceae. Taxon 51:655–660CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  479. Weiβ M, Yang ZL, Oberwinkler F (1998) Molecular Phylogenetic studies in the genus Amanita. Can J Bot 76:1170–1179Google Scholar
  480. Wen HA, Ying JZ (2001) Study on the genus Russula Pers. from China II.Two new taxa from Yunnan and Guizhou. Mycosystema 20(2):153–155Google Scholar
  481. Westberg M, Millanes A, Knudsen K, Wedin M (2015) Phylogeny of Acarosporaceae (Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota, Fungi) and the evolution of carbonized ascomata. Fungal Divers. doi:10.1007/s13225-015-0325-x PubMedCentralPubMedGoogle Scholar
  482. Wijayawardene NN, Crous PW, Kirk PM, Hawksworth DL, Boonmee S, Braun U, Dai DQ, D’souza MJ, Diederich P, Dissanayake A, Doilom M, Hongsanan S, Jones EBG, Groenewald JZ, Jayawardena R, Lawrey JD, Liu J-K, Luecking R, Madrid H, Manamgoda DS, Muggia L, Nelsen MP, Phookamsak R, Suetrong S, Tanaka K, Thambugala KM, Wanasinghe DN, Wikee S, Zhang Y, Aptroot A, Ariyawansa HA, Bahkali AH, Bhat DJ, Gueidan C, Chomnunti P, De Hoog GS, Knudsen K, Li W-J, McKenzie EHC, Miller AN, Phillips AJL, Piatek M, Raja HA, Shivas RS, Slippers B, Taylor JE, Tian Q, Wang Y, Woudenberg JHC, Cai L, Jaklitsch WM, Hyde KD (2014) Naming and outline of Dothideomycetes-2014 including proposals for the protection or suppression of generic names. Fungal Divers 69:1–55CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  483. Winter G (1885) Pilze–Ascomyceten. In: GL Rabenhorst’s Kryptogamen–Flora von Deutschland, Oesterreich und der Schweiz. 1:65–528Google Scholar
  484. Wolfe BE, Tulloss RE, Pringle A (2012) The irreversible loss of a decomposition pathway marks the single origin of an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. PLoS ONE 7(7):e39597PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  485. Wölfel G, Noordeloos ME (2001) Neue oder bemerkenswerte Entoloma–Arten der Kanarischen Inseln. Öst Z Pilzk 10:185–200Google Scholar
  486. Wong SW, Hyde KD, Jones EBG (1998) Annulatascaceae, a new ascomycete family from the tropics. Syst Asc 16:17–25Google Scholar
  487. Woudenberg JHC, Aveskamp MM, de Gruyter J, Spiers AG, Crous PW (2009) Multiple Didymella teleomorphs are linked to the Phoma clematidina morphotype. Persoonia 22:56PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  488. Woudenberg JHC, Groenewald JZ, Binder M, Crous PW (2013) Alternaria redefined. Stud Mycol 75:171–212PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  489. Wu X, Schoch CL, Boonmee S, Bahkali AH, Chomnunti P, Hyde KD (2011) A reappraisal of Microthyriaceae. Fungal Divers 51(1):189–248PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  490. Wu G, Feng B, Xu JP, Zhu XT, Li YC, Zeng NK, Hosen I, Yang ZL (2014) Molecular phylogenetic analyses redefine seven major clades and reveal 22 new generic clades in the fungal family Boletaceae. Fungal Divers 69(1):93–115CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  491. Wubah DA, Fuller MS, Akin DE (1991) Studies on Caecomyces communis: morphology and development. Mycologia 83:303–310CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  492. Wuczkowski M, Passoth V, Turchetti B, Andersson AC, Olstorpe M, Laitila A, Theelen B, van Broock M, Buzzini P, Prillinger H, Sterflinger K, Schnurer J, Boekhout T, Libkind D (2011) Description of Holtermanniella takashimae sp. nov., Holtermanniella gen. nov. and proposal of the order Holtermanniales to accommodate Tremellomycetous yeasts of the Holtermannia clade. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 61:680–689. doi:10.1099/ijs.0.019737-0 PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  493. Yang ZL (1997) Die Amanita-Arten von Südwestchina. Biblioth Mycol 170:1–240Google Scholar
  494. Yang ZL (2005) Flora fungorum sinicorum, vol 27, Amanitaceae. Science Press, Beijing (in Chinese) Google Scholar
  495. Yang ZL (2015) Atlas of the Chinese species of Amanitaceae. Science Press, Beijing (in Chinese) Google Scholar
  496. Yang ZL, Weiβ M, Kottke L, Oberwinkler F, Nehls U, Guttenberger M, Hampp R (1999) Amanita. In: Cairney JWG, Chambers SM (eds) Ectomycorrhyzal fungi: key genera in profile. Springer, New York, 201–230p Google Scholar
  497. Yang ZL, Weiβ M, Oberwinkler F (2004) New species of Amanita from the eastern Himalaya and adjacent regions. Mycologia 96(3):636–646PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  498. Ying JZ (1983) A study on Russulavirdi-rubrolimbata sp. nov. and its related species of subsection virescentinas. Mycosystema 2(1):34–37Google Scholar
  499. Yuan HS (2014) Molecular phylogenetic evaluation of Antrodiella and morphologically allied genera in China. Mycol Prog 13:353–364CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  500. Zang M, Yuan MS (1999) Contribution to the knowledge of new basidiomycetous taxa from China. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 21(1):37–42Google Scholar
  501. Zelski SE, Raja HA, Miller AN, Shearer CA (2011) Chaetorostrum quincemilensis, gen. et sp. nov., a new freshwater ascomycete and its Taeniolella-like anamorph from Peru. Mycosphere 2:593–600CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  502. Zhang LF, Yang JB, Yang ZL (2004) Molecular phylogeny of eastern Asian species of Amanita (Agaricales, Basidiomycota): taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Fungal Divers 17:219–238Google Scholar
  503. Zhang N, Castlebury LA, Miller AN, Huhndorf SM, Schoch CL, Seifert KA, Rossman AY, Rogers JD, Kohlmeyer J, Volkmann-Kohlmeyer B, Sung GH (2006) An overview of the systematics of the Sordariomycetes based on four-gene phylogeny. Mycologia 98:1077–1088CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  504. Zhang K, Ma LG, Zhang XG (2009a) New species and records of Shrungabeeja from southern China. Mycologia 101(4):573–578PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  505. Zhang Y, Fournier J, Crous PW, Pointing SB, Hyde KD (2009b) Phylogenetic and morphological assessment of two new species of Amniculicola and their allies (Pleosporales). Persoonia 23:48–54PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  506. Zhang Y, Schoch CL, Fournier J, Crous PW, De Gruyter J, Woudenberg JHC, Hirayama K, Tanaka K, Pointing SB, Hyde KD (2009c) Multi-locus phylogeny of the Pleosporales: a taxonomic, ecological and evolutionary re-evaluation. Stud Mycol 64:85–102PubMedCentralPubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  507. Zhang Y, Wang HK, Fournier J, Crous PW, Jeewon R, Pointing SB, Hyde KD (2009d) Towards a phylogenetic clarification of Lophiostoma / Massarina and morphologically similar genera in the Pleosporales. Fungal Divers 57:149–210Google Scholar
  508. Zhang H, Jones GEB, Zhou DQ, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD (2011) Checklist of freshwater fungi in Thailand. Cryptogam Mycol 32(2):199–217CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  509. Zhang H, Hyde KD, Mckenzie EHC, Bahkali AH, Zhou D (2012a) Sequence data reveals phylogenetic affinities of Acrocalymma aquatica sp. nov., Aquasubmersa mircensis gen. et sp. nov. and Clohesyomyces aquaticus (Freshwater Coelomycetes). Cryptogam Mycol 33:333–346CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  510. Zhang Y, Crous PW, Schoch CL, Hyde KD (2012b) Pleosporales. Fungal Divers 52:1–225CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  511. Zhang H, Hyde KD, Abdel-Wahab MA, Abdel-Aziz FA, Ariyawansa HA, KoKo TW, Zhao RL, Alias SA, Bahkali AH, Zhou DQ (2013a) A modern concept for Helicascus with a Pleurophomopsis-like asexual state. Sydowia 65(1):147–166Google Scholar
  512. Zhang Y, Fournier J, Phookamsak R, Bakhali AH, Hyde KD (2013b) Halotthiaceae fam. nov. (Pleosporales) accommodates the new genus Phaeoseptum and several other aquatic genera. Mycologia 40:107–110Google Scholar
  513. Zhang Y, Yang Y, Zhang X, Cui B, He S, Fournier J (2014) Helicascus gallicus sp. nov., a new freshwater pleosporalean ascomycete from France. Phytotaxa 183(3):183–192CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  514. Zhao RL, Karunarathna S, Raspé O, Parra LA, Guinberteau J, Moinard M, Kesel AD, Barroso G, Courtecuisse R, Hyde KD, Guelly AK, Desjardin DE, Callac P (2011) Major clades in tropical Agaricus. Fungal Divers 51:279–296CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  515. Zhao RL, Desjardin DE, Callac P, Parra LA, Guinberteau J, Soythong K, Karunarathna SC, Zhang Y, Hyde KD (2012) Two species of Agaricus sect. Xanthodermatei from Thailand. Mycotaxon 122:187–195. doi:10.5248/122.187 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  516. Zhou LW, Dai YC (2012) Wood-inhabiting fungi in southern China 5. New species of Theleporus and Grammothele (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). Mycologia 104(4):915–924PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  517. Zycha H, Siepmann R, Linnemann G (1969) Mucorales. J. Cramer, Lehre, pp 1–355Google Scholar

Copyright information

© School of Science 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Hiran A. Ariyawansa
    • 1
    • 3
  • Kevin D. Hyde
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 15
  • Subashini C. Jayasiri
    • 1
    • 3
  • Bart Buyck
    • 4
  • K. W. Thilini Chethana
    • 3
    • 5
  • Dong Qin Dai
    • 2
    • 3
  • Yu Cheng Dai
    • 8
  • Dinushani A. Daranagama
    • 3
    • 9
  • Ruvishika S. Jayawardena
    • 3
    • 5
  • Robert Lücking
    • 11
    • 47
  • Masoomeh Ghobad-Nejhad
    • 12
  • Tuula Niskanen
    • 13
  • Kasun M. Thambugala
    • 1
    • 3
  • Kerstin Voigt
    • 14
  • Rui Lin Zhao
    • 9
  • Guo-Jie Li
    • 9
  • Mingkwan Doilom
    • 2
    • 3
  • Saranyaphat Boonmee
    • 3
  • Zhu L. Yang
    • 2
  • Qing Cai
    • 2
  • Yang-Yang Cui
    • 2
  • Ali H. Bahkali
    • 15
  • Jie Chen
    • 3
    • 8
  • Bao Kai Cui
    • 8
  • Jia Jia Chen
    • 8
  • Monika C. Dayarathne
    • 2
    • 3
  • Asha J. Dissanayake
    • 3
    • 5
  • Anusha H. Ekanayaka
    • 3
  • Akira Hashimoto
    • 16
    • 17
  • Sinang Hongsanan
    • 2
    • 3
  • E. B. Gareth Jones
    • 15
  • Ellen Larsson
    • 18
  • Wen Jing Li
    • 3
  • Qi-Rui Li
    • 3
  • Jian Kui Liu
    • 1
    • 3
  • Zong Long Luo
    • 20
  • Sajeewa S. N. Maharachchikumbura
    • 1
    • 3
  • Ausana Mapook
    • 2
    • 3
  • Eric H. C. McKenzie
    • 21
  • Chada Norphanphoun
    • 3
  • Sirinapa Konta
    • 3
  • Ka Lai Pang
    • 19
  • Rekhani H. Perera
    • 2
    • 3
  • Rungtiwa Phookamsak
    • 2
    • 3
  • Chayanard Phukhamsakda
    • 3
  • Umpava Pinruan
    • 49
  • Emile Randrianjohany
    • 22
  • Chonticha Singtripop
    • 2
    • 3
  • Kazuaki Tanaka
    • 17
  • Cheng Ming Tian
    • 23
  • Saowaluck Tibpromma
    • 2
    • 3
  • Mohamed A. Abdel-Wahab
    • 15
    • 27
  • Dhanushka N. Wanasinghe
    • 2
    • 3
  • Nalin N. Wijayawardene
    • 3
    • 25
  • Jin-Feng Zhang
    • 3
  • Huang Zhang
    • 26
  • Faten A. Abdel-Aziz
    • 27
  • Mats Wedin
    • 28
  • Martin Westberg
    • 28
  • Joseph F. Ammirati
    • 29
  • Timur S. Bulgakov
    • 30
  • Diogo X. Lima
    • 31
  • Tony M. Callaghan
    • 32
  • Philipp Callac
    • 33
  • Cheng-Hao Chang
    • 34
  • Luis F. Coca
    • 35
  • Manuela Dal-Forno
    • 36
  • Veronika Dollhofer
    • 37
  • Kateřina Fliegerová
    • 38
  • Katrin Greiner
    • 39
  • Gareth W. Griffith
    • 32
  • Hsiao-Man Ho
    • 34
  • Valerie Hofstetter
    • 40
  • Rajesh Jeewon
    • 41
  • Ji Chuan Kang
    • 42
  • Ting-Chi Wen
    • 42
  • Paul M. Kirk
    • 43
  • Ilkka Kytövuori
    • 44
  • James D. Lawrey
    • 45
  • Jia Xing
    • 5
  • Hong Li
    • 5
  • Zou Yi Liu
    • 1
  • Xing Zhong Liu
    • 9
  • Kare Liimatainen
    • 46
  • H. Thorsten Lumbsch
    • 47
  • Misato Matsumura
    • 17
  • Bibiana Moncada
    • 48
  • Salilaporn Nuankaew
    • 49
  • Sittiporn Parnmen
    • 50
  • André L. C. M. de Azevedo Santiago
    • 31
  • Sujinda Sommai
    • 49
  • Yu Song
    • 2
  • Carlos A. F. de Souza
    • 31
  • Cristina M. de Souza-Motta
    • 31
  • Hong Yan Su
    • 20
  • Satinee Suetrong
    • 51
  • Yong Wang
    • 25
  • Syuan-Fong Wei
    • 34
  • Ting Chi Wen
    • 25
  • Hai Sheng Yuan
    • 52
  • Li Wei Zhou
    • 52
  • Martina Réblová
    • 53
  • Jacques Fournier
    • 54
  • Erio Camporesi
    • 55
  • J. Jennifer Luangsa-ard
    • 49
  • Kanoksri Tasanathai
    • 49
  • Artit Khonsanit
    • 49
  • Donnaya Thanakitpipattana
    • 49
  • Sayanh Somrithipol
    • 49
  • Paul Diederich
    • 57
  • Ana M. Millanes
    • 56
  • Ralph S. Common
    • 58
  • Marc Stadler
    • 6
  • Ji Ye Yan
    • 5
  • XingHong Li
    • 5
  • Hye Won Lee
    • 24
  • Thi T. T. Nguyen
    • 24
  • Hyang Burm Lee
    • 24
  • Eliseo Battistin
    • 59
  • Orlando Marsico
    • 62
  • Alfredo Vizzini
    • 61
  • Jordi Vila
    • 63
  • Enrico Ercole
    • 61
  • Ursula Eberhardt
    • 7
  • Giampaolo Simonini
    • 60
  • Hua-An Wen
    • 9
  • Xin-Hua Chen
    • 64
  • Otto Miettinen
    • 65
  • Viacheslav Spirin
    • 65
  • Hernawati
    • 10
  1. 1.Guizhou Key Laboratory of Agricultural BiotechnologyGuizhou Academy of Agricultural SciencesGuiyangChina
  2. 2.Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia, Kunming Institute of BotanyChinese Academy of ScienceKunmingChina
  3. 3.Centre of Excellence in Fungal ResearchMae Fah Luang UniversityChiang RaiThailand
  4. 4.Département Systématique et Evolution, CP 39, ISYEB, UMR 7205 CNRS MNHN UPMC EPHEMuséum National d’Histoire NaturelleParisFrance
  5. 5.Institute of Plant and Environment ProtectionBeijing Academy of Agriculture and Forestry SciencesBeijingChina
  6. 6.Microbial Drugs Helmholtz-Centre for Infection ResearchBraunschweigGermany
  7. 7.Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, Rosenstein 1StuttgartGermany
  8. 8.Institute of MicrobiologyBeijing Forestry UniversityBeijingChina
  9. 9.State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of MicrobiologyChinese Academy of SciencesBeijingChina
  10. 10.The Herbarium (ANDA)Universitas AndalasPadangIndonesia
  11. 11.Botanischer Garten & Botanisches Museum BerlinFreie Universität BerlinBerlinGermany
  12. 12.Department of BiotechnologyIranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST)TehranIran
  13. 13.Jodrell LaboratoryRoyal Botanic GardensKewUK
  14. 14.Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection BiologyJena Microbial Resource CollectionJenaGermany
  15. 15.Department of Botany and Microbiology, College of ScienceKing Saud UniversityRiyadhSaudi Arabia
  16. 16.The United Graduate School of Agricultural SciencesIwate UniversityMoriokaJapan
  17. 17.Faculty of Agriculture and Life SciencesHirosaki UniversityAomoriJapan
  18. 18.Department of Biological and Environmental SciencesUniversity of GothenburgGöteborgSweden
  19. 19.Institute of Marine Biology and Center of Excellence for the OceansNational Taiwan Ocean UniversityKeelungRepublic of China
  20. 20.College of Agriculture & BiologyDali UniversityYunnanPeople’s Republic of China
  21. 21.Manaaki Whenua Landcare ResearchAucklandNew Zealand
  22. 22.Centre National de Recherchesurl’ Environnement (CNRE), BP 1739, Lab. de Microbiologie de l’Environnement (LME)AntananarivoMadagascar
  23. 23.The Key Laboratory for Silviculture and Conservation of Ministry of EducationBeijing Forestry UniversityBeijingChina
  24. 24.Division of Food Technology, Biotechnology & Agrochemistry, College of Agriculture & Life SciencesChonnam National UniversityGwangjuSouth Korea
  25. 25.Department of Plant Pathology, Agriculture CollegeGuizhou UniversityGuizhouPeople’s Republic of China
  26. 26.Yunnan Institute of Food SafetyKunming University of Science & TechnologyKunmingPeople’s Republic of China
  27. 27.Department of Botany, Faculty of ScienceSohag UniversitySohagEgypt
  28. 28.Department of BotanySwedish Museum of Natural HistoryStockholmSweden
  29. 29.Department of BiologyUniversity of WashingtonSeattleUSA
  30. 30.Academy of Biology and BiotechnologySouthern Federal UniversityRostov-on-DonRussia
  31. 31.Programa de Pós Graduação em Biologia de Fungos, Departamento de MicologiaUniversidade Federal de PernambucoRecifeBrazil
  32. 32.Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural SciencesAberystwyth UniversityCeredigionUK
  33. 33.INRA, UR1264, MycSA, BP81Villenave d’OrnonFrance
  34. 34.Department of Science EducationNational Taipei University of EducationTaipeiTaiwan
  35. 35.Herbario Universidad de Caldas (FAUC), Edificio BicentenarioCaldasColombia
  36. 36.Department of Environmental Science and PolicyGeorge Mason UniversityFairfaxUSA
  37. 37.Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture, Central Department for Quality Assurance and AnalyticsMicro- and Molecular BiologyFreisingGermany
  38. 38.Institute of Animal Physiology and GeneticsCzech Academy of Sciences, v.v.i.PragueCzech Republic
  39. 39.Department of MycologyUniversity of BayreuthBayreuthGermany
  40. 40.Department of Plant ProtectionAgroscope Changins-Wadenswil Research Station ACWNyonSwitzerland
  41. 41.Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of ScienceUniversity of MauritiusReduitMauritius
  42. 42.The Engineering and Research Center for Southwest Bio-Pharmaceutical Resources of National Education Ministry of ChinaGuizhou UniversityGuiyangChina
  43. 43.Royal Botanic GardensSurreyUK
  44. 44.Botanical MuseumUniversity of HelsinkiHelsinkiFinland
  45. 45.Department of BiologyGeorge Mason UniversityFairfaxUSA
  46. 46.Plant Biology, Department of BiosciencesUniversity of HelsinkiHelsinkiFinland
  47. 47.Science & Education, The Field MuseumChicagoUSA
  48. 48.Universidad Distrital Francisco José de CaldasBogotáColombia
  49. 49.Microbe Interaction Laboratory (BMIT), BIOTEC, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)Pathum ThaniThailand
  50. 50.Toxicology and Biochemistry Section, Department of Medical SciencesMinistry of Public HealthNonthaburiThailand
  51. 51.Fungal Biodiversity Laboratory, BIOTEC, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)PathumThaniThailand
  52. 52.Institute of Applied EcologyChinese Academy of SciencesShenyangChina
  53. 53.Department of TaxonomyInstitute of Botany of the Academy of SciencesPrůhoniceCzech Republic
  54. 54.Las MurosRimontFrance
  55. 55.A.M.B. Gruppo Micologico Forlivese “Antonio Cicognani”ForlìItaly
  56. 56.Departamento de Biología y Geología, Física y Química InorgánicaUniversidad Rey Juan CarlosMóstolesSpain
  57. 57.Musée national d‘histoire naturelleLuxembourgLuxembourg
  58. 58.LansingUSA
  59. 59.Natural History MuseumValdagnoItaly
  60. 60.Reggio EmiliaItaly
  61. 61.Department of Life Sciences and Systems BiologyUniversity of TorinoTorinoItaly
  62. 62.San Pietro in Guarano (CS)Italy
  63. 63.BarcelonaSpain
  64. 64.Faculty of Basic Medical SciencesGuilin Medical UniversityGuilinPeople’s Republic of China
  65. 65.Finnish Museum of Natural History, Botanical MuseumUniversity of HelsinkiHelsinkiFinland

Personalised recommendations