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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 human health as the causative agent of histoplasmosis. This species is more usually referred to as Histoplasma capsulatum, with the designation Ajellomyces capsulatus referring to the ascomycetous perfect stage.

Arachniotus

Arachniotus hyalotrichus. Arachniotus verruculosus. Arachniotus aurantiacus. Arachniotus ellipticosporus. Arachniotus punctatus. (Arachniotus гаттерия) Arachniotus candidus. Arachniotus flavoluteus. Arachniotus terrestris. (Arachniotus террестрис) Arachniotus ruber. (Arachniotus Рубер) Arachniotus littoralis. (Arachniotus littoralis не выявлялось) Arachniotus hebridensis. Arachniotus lanatus. Arachniotus indicus. (Arachniotus тсисиз) Arachniotus insolitus. Arachniotus trisporus.

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 honey bees. The reproductive ascospores of the fungus are produced within a unique structure, the spore cyst, or sporocyst.

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 rates at different temperatures, and produce several common enzymes.

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, echinocandin C, echinocandin D, epishamixanthone, shamixanthone, orsellinaldehyde, penicillin G, ruguloxanthone, and sterigmatocystin. It has been isolated from soil in New Jersey, United States.

                                     

ⓘ Eurotiomycetes stubs

  • The Eurotiomycetes are a class of ascomycetes within the subphylum Pezizomycotina. Some members of the Eurotiomycetes were previously grouped in the class
  • Chaetothyriomycetidae is a subclass of ascomycete within the class Eurotiomycetes Many species in Chaetothyriomycetidae are lichens. Chaetothyriomycetidae
  • The Pyrenulales are an order of ascomycetous fungi within the class Eurotiomycetes and within the subphylum Pezizomycotina.
  • Eurotiomycetidae is a subclass of the Eurotiomycetes
  • ascomycetous fungi within the order Chaetothyriales and within the class Eurotiomycetes Lumbsch TH, Huhndorf SM. December 2007 Outline of Ascomycota
  • fungi within the subclass Mycocaliciomycetidae and within the class Eurotiomycetes subphylum Pezizomycotina Tibell, Leif Wedin, Mats 2000 Mycocaliciales
  • Verrucariales is an order of ascomycetous fungi within the class Eurotiomycetes Most of its members are lichenised. Walter Gams, Paul Diederich Kadri
  • The Gymnoascaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Eurotiomycetes Lumbsch TH, Huhndorf SM. December 2007 Outline of Ascomycota 2007
  • The Onygenaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Eurotiomycetes Amauroascus Aphanoascus Apinisia Arachnotheca Ascocalvatia Auxarthron Bifidocarpus
  • The Onygenales are an order of Ascomycetes, within the eurotiomycetes Ascomycetes. Onygenales can consume and break down keratin, the main component of