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Ajellomyces

Ajellomyces is a genus of fungi in the division Ascomycota, in the family Ajellomycetaceae. The genus contains two species, which have a widespread distribution, especially in tropical areas. The species Ajellomyces capsulatus is significant to h ...

Arachniotus

Arachniotus hyalotrichus. Arachniotus verruculosus. Arachniotus aurantiacus. Arachniotus ellipticosporus. Arachniotus punctatus. (Arachniotus гаттерия) Arachniotus candidus. Arachniotus flavoluteus. Arachniotus terrestris. (Arachniotus террестрис ...

Arachnomyces

The Arachnomycetaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Eurotiomycetes. This is a monotypic family, consisting of the single genus Arachnomyces.

Ascosphaera

Ascosphaera is a genus of fungi in the family Ascosphaeraceae. It was described in 1955 by mycologists Charles F. Spiltoir and Lindsay S. Olive. Members of the genus are insect pathogens. The type species, A. apis, causes chalkbrood disease in ho ...

Aspergillus awamori

Aspergillus awamori is a species of aspergillus that is used to make awamori. It can produce citric acid and convert starch to sugar. Aspergillus awamori is often confused with Aspergillus niger as they have very similar morphologies and growth r ...

Aspergillus cleistominutus

Aspergillus cleistominutus is a species of fungus in the genus Aspergillus. It is from the Nidulantes section. It has been reported to produce arugosin A, arugosin B, arugosin C, asperthecin, aspertetronin A, aspertetronin B, echinocandin B, echi ...

Aspergillus pseudocaelatus

Aspergillus pseudocaelatus is a species of fungus in the genus Aspergillus. It was first isolated from an Arachis burkartii leaf in Argentina. It is most related to the non-aflatoxin producing Aspergillus caelatus, producing aflatoxins B and G, a ...

Aspergillus pseudonomius

Aspergillus pseudonomius is a species of fungus in the genus Aspergillus. It was first isolated from insects and soil in the United States. It is most related to Aspergillus nomius, producing aflatoxin B 1, chrysogine, and kojic acid.

Aspergillus rambellii

Aspergillus rambellii is a species of fungus in the genus Aspergillus. It is from the Ochraceorosei section. The species was first described in 2005. It accumulates very large amounts of sterigmatocystin, 3-O-methylsterigmatocystin and aflatoxin B1.

Aspergillus spinulosporus

Aspergillus spinulosporus is a species of fungus in the genus Aspergillus. It is from the Nidulantes section. It was first described in 2016. It has been reported to produce asperthecin, echinocandin B1, desferritriacetylfusigen, and sterigmatocy ...

Bettsia

Bettsia is a genus of fungi within the Ascosphaeraceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Bettsia alvei. Alvei was first described by Annie Betts and this genus is named for her.

Byssochlamys

Byssochlamys is a genus of fungi in the Trichocomaceae family. First described by Swedish botanist Richard Westling in 1909, the widespread genus contains four species associated with food spoilage, especially acidic heat-processed foods. Species ...

Chaenothecopsis

Chaenothecopsis nana. (Chaenothecopsis НАНА) Chaenothecopsis rubescens. (Rubescens Chaenothecopsis) Chaenothecopsis viridireagens. Chaenothecopsis hospitans. Chaenothecopsis nigra. (Chaenothecopsis Нигра) Chaenothecopsis vinosa. (Chaenothecopsis ...

Clavascidium lacinulatum

Clavascidium lacinulatum is a dark brown squamulous terricolous lichen. In Joshua Tree National Park, it is the most common of the biological soil crust lichens.

Elaphomyces

Elaphomyces is a genus of hypogeous fungi in the family Elaphomycetaceae. The widespread genus contains 25 truffle-like species. Elaphomyces is one of the most important ectomycorrhizal fungal genera in temperate and subarctic forest ecosystems. ...

Emmonsia

Emmonsia is a genus of soil fungus that can cause adiaspiromycosis, a pulmonary disease common in wild animals as well as disseminated disease.

Fonsecaea

Fonsecaea is a genus of fungi in the family Herpotrichiellaceae. The type species, Fonsecaea pedrosoi, is associated with the disease chromoblastomycosis.

Gymnascella

Gymnascella is a genus of fungi in the family Gymnoascaceae. It was described by American mycologist Charles Horton Peck in 1884 with Gymnascella aurantiaca as the type species.

Kraurogymnocarpa

Kraurogymnocarpa is a genus of fungi within the Gymnoascaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Kraurogymnocarpa lenticulispora.

Monascus

Monascus is a genus of mold. Among the known species of this genus, the red-pigmented Monascus purpureus is among the most important because of its use in the production of certain fermented foods in East Asia, particularly China and Japan.

Neoarachnotheca

Neoarachnotheca is a genus of fungi within the Onygenaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Neoarachnotheca keratinophila.

Onygena

Onygena is a genus of fungi within the Onygenaceae family. The genus contains five species found in North America and Europe that grow on bones and feathers.

Penicillium bilaiae

Penicillium bilaiae is a species of native soil fungus that can be used as a PGPM. R. Kucey first identified that organic acids excreted by the microorganism can solubilize soil-bound phosphate. The organism can live in symbiosis with several pla ...

Penicillium brasilianum

Penicillium brasilianum is a fungus species of the genus of Penicillium. Penicillium brasilianum produces the compounds isoroquefortine C, griseofulvin, ergosterol peroxide, 3β-hydroxy--ergosta-5.8.22-trien-7-one, cerevisterol, -6β-methoxyergosta ...

Penicillium claviforme

Penicillium claviforme is a species of Penicillium within the phylum Ascomycota. It has a coremium-type morphology in the sexual structures, named for its resemblance to matchsticks. It is also known as Penicillium vulpinum. It is found within th ...

Penicillium imranianum

Penicillium imranianum is a species of fungi in the genus Penicillium. Imranianum Penicillium was isolated from the artificial solar saltern in Phetchaburi province in Thailand in 2010. These types deposited in the NCBI website, Mycobank and auth ...

Pleomelogramma

Pleomelogramma is a genus of fungi in the family Herpotrichiellaceae, according to the 2007 Outline of Ascomycota, the placement in this family is uncertain.

Pseudoamauroascus

Pseudoamauroascus is a genus of fungi within the Onygenaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Pseudoamauroascus australiensis.

Pseudotulostoma

The genus consists of the following species: Pseudotulostoma japonicum – Japan. Pseudotulostoma volvata – Guyana, ectomycorrhizal with Dicymbe corymbosa.

Pyrenulaceae

The Pyrenulaceae are a family of fungi in the order Pyrenulales. The family was first named by German botanist Gottlob Ludwig Rabenhorst in 1870. Species in the family have a widespread distribution, but are especially prevalent in the tropics, w ...

Sagenomella

Sagenomella is a genus of filamentous Ascomycota fungus that has reported to cause systemic illness in animals. The genus was circumscribed by Walter Gams in 1978. Sagenomella chlamydospora was reported to cause systemic disease in dogs. They are ...

Talaromyces

Talaromyces is a genus of fungi in the family Trichocomaceae. Described in 1955 by American mycologist Chester Ray Benjamin, species in the genus form soft, cottony fruit bodies with cell walls made of tightly interwoven hyphae. The fruit bodies ...

Thermoascus

Thermoascus is a genus of soil fungi in the family Trichocomaceae. Species in the genus are characterized by the production of heat-resistant ascospores. Thermoascus was circumscribed by German botanist Hugo Miehe in 1907. The species Thermoascus ...

Trichocoma

Trichocoma is a genus of fungi in the family Trichocomaceae. The type species, Trichocoma paradoxa, is widespread in tropical regions. Commonly known as the "shaving brush fungus", it is about 2 cm tall, 0.5 cm wide, and not edible. Mostly found ...

Uncinocarpus

Uncinocarpus is a genus of fungi within the Onygenaceae family. The name is derived from the Latin word uncinus, meaning "hook" and the Greek word karpos, meaning "fruit". It was distinguished from the genus Gymnoascus based on keratinolytic capa ...

Brigantiaeaceae

The Brigantiaeaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Lecanoromycetes. Its relationship to other taxa in the Lecanoromycetes is not well understood, so it is considered to be incertae sedis with respect to ordinal placement. Species ...

Carbonea

Carbonea is a genus of fungi in the Lecanoraceae family. Most of the species grow on lichens. The genus is widespread, and contains 20 species. Carbonea was originally circumscribed as a subgenus of Lecidea in 1967 before it was promoted to gener ...

Dactylina arctica

Dactylina arctica is a species of fungus within the family Parmeliaceae. Common names for this lichen are finger lichen and Arctic finger lichen. A specific area in which this lichen occurs is represented by the Boreal forests of Canada.

Dibaeis

Dibaeis is a genus of lichenized fungi in the Icmadophilaceae family. The genus is widely distributed in tropical regions, and contains 13 species. Dibaeis was circumscribed in 1909 by Frederic Edward Clements, several species were transferred fr ...

Fuscideaceae

The Fuscideaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Lecanoromycetes. Its relationship to other taxa in the Lecanoromycetes is not well understood, so it is considered to be incertae sedis with respect to ordinal placement.

Koerberia sonomensis

Koerberia sonomensis is a dark olive-green foliose lichen found in western North America mountains, Mediterranean areas of Europe, northern Africa and in the Sonoran Desert. The body is a small.5 to 1 centimetre rosette of leafy structures with e ...

Lecideaceae

The Lecideaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Lecanoromycetes. Its relationship to other taxa in the Lecanoromycetes is not well understood, so it is considered to be incertae sedis with respect to ordinal placement.

Lecidella

Lecidella viridans. Lecidella scabra. Lecidella anomaloides. Lecidella wulfenii. Lecidella sublapicida. Lecidella meiococca. Lecidella asema. (Lecidella Асема) Lecidella greenii. Lecidella carpathica. Lecidella flavosorediata. Lecidella stigmatea ...

Limacinula

Limacinula roseospora. Limacinula ficicola. Limacinula salicis. Limacinula costaricensis. Limacinula martinezii. (Martinezii Limacinula) Limacinula anomala. (Limacinula Марьина) Limacinula macrospora. (Limacinula macrospora is) Limacinula oleae. ...

Miriquidica

Miriquidica is a genus of fungi in the Lecanoraceae family. According to Dictionary of the Fungi, the widespread genus contains 23 species, found predominantly in arctic-alpine regions.

Paralethariicola

Paralethariicola is a genus of fungi in the family Odontotremataceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Paralethariicola aspiciliae.

Pleopsidium

Pleopsidium is a genus of lichenized fungi in the family Acarosporaceae. The widespread genus, which contains four species, was circumscribed by lichenologist Gustav Wilhelm Korber in 1855.

Pleopsidium chlorophanum

Pleopsidium chlorophanum is a distinctively colored, bright lemon-yellow to chartreuse crustose lichen, which favors dry arctic or alpine sandstone cliffs and boulders. Its a rare alpine lichen in Europe. It is in the Pleopsidium genus of the Aca ...

Pleopsidium flavum

Pleopsidium flavum is a distinctively colored, bright lemon-yellow to chartreuse crustose lichen that grows in high elevations on vertical or overhanging hard felsic rock in western North America. Its thallus grows in a circular outwardly radiati ...

Ramboldia

Ramboldia subnexa. Ramboldia aurea. (Ramboldia Ауреа) Ramboldia petraeoides. Ramboldia plicatula. Ramboldia crassithallina. Ramboldia siamensis. Ramboldia farinosa. (Ramboldia встречается) Ramboldia brunneocarpa. Ramboldia cinnabarina. Ramboldia ...