1995 Lumbsch and Huhndorf 2010 Present studya Auerswaldia Auerswaldia Amarenomyces Auerswaldiella Aplosporella Auerswaldiella Auerswaldiella Auerswaldiella Barriopsis Auerswaldia Bagnisiella
DAPT clinical trial Botryosphaeria Botryosphaeria Botryosphaeria Auerswaldiella Botryosphaeria Discochora (= Guignardia) Dothidotthia Guignardia Barriopsis Cleistosphaeria Dothidotthia? Sivanesania Leptoguignardia Botryobambusa Ellisiodothis Homostegia Neodeightonia Botryosphaeria/Fusiccocum b Guignardia Leptoguignardia Phaeobotryon Cophinforma Montagnellina Neodeightonia Phaeobotryosphaeria Endomelanconiopsis Microdothiella Phyllachorella Saccharata Diplodia Muyocopron Sivanesania Dothiorella Parastigmatea Spencermartinsia Lasiodiplodia Pilgeriella Leptoguignardia Pyrenostigme Macrophomina Trabutia Macrovalsaria Vestergrenia Melanops PRIMA-1MET nmr Neodeightonia Neofusicoccum Neoscytalidium Phaeobotryon Phaeobotryosphaeria/Sphaeropsis c Phyllachorella Phyllosticta/Guignardia d Pseudofusicoccum Pyrenostigme Saccharata Sivanesania Spencermartinsia ?Tiarosporella Vestergrenia aIf two names are known for the genus both names are listed.
The name that should be used following the introduction of the rule requiring a genus to have a single name is listed first and in bold b Botryosphaeria is preferred over Fusicoccum, even though the latter Thalidomide is the older name because this name has been used against Fusicoccum in recent publications, it is the type of the order and family, it is more commonly recorded in publications and as a pathogen (e.g. Slippers et al. 2004b; Crous et al. 2006) c Phaeobotryosphaeria is preferred over Sphaeropsis; even through the latter is the older name because this name has been used against Sphaeropsis in recent publications (e.g. Phillips et al. 2008). Sphaeropsis is
also likely to be polyphyletic dA case has already been presented for using Phyllosticta in Wikee et al. (2011a) Auerswaldia Sacc., Syll. Fung. 2:626 (1883) MycoBank: MB463 Saprobic on dead wood. Ascostromata black, superficial, gregarious, becoming erumpent at maturity, but still under host surface, flattened at the upper surface, globose to subglobose, with 4 to numerous locules, with individual ostioles, cells of ascostromata brown-walled buy NVP-BGJ398 textura angularis. Peridium of locules two-layered, outer layer composed of small heavily pigmented thick-walled cells of textura angularis, inner layer composed of hyaline thin-walled cells of textura angularis. Pseudoparaphyses not observed. Asci 6–8–spored, bitunicate, fissitiunicate, clavate to cylindro-clavate, with a short pedicel, apically rounded, with a small ocular chamber. Ascospores hyaline to brown, aseptate, oblong to ovate. Conidiomata pycnidial, immersed in the host tissue and becoming erumpent at maturity, globose, coriaceous, dark brown in the erumpent part.