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Chaetothyriales

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The Chaetothyriales are an order of ascomycetous fungi in the class Eurotiomycetes and within the subclass Chaetothyriomycetidae.[1] The order was circumscribed in 1987 by mycologist Margaret Elizabeth Barr-Bigelow.[2]

Families and genera

As of October 2021, Species Fungorum includes 9 families, 97 genera, and 691 species in the Chaetothyriales.[3] The following list shows the families, genera, and number of species in the Chaetothyriales, adapted from a recent (2020) taxonomic and nomenclatural review of the order.[4]

Actinocymbe – 3 spp.
Aithaloderma – 12 spp.
Aphanophora – 1 sp.
Arthrophiala – 1 sp.
Camptophora – 2 spp.
Ceramothyrium – 39 spp.
Ceratocarpia – 3 spp.
Chaetothyriomyces – 1 sp.
Chaetothyrium – 67 spp.
Cyphellophoriella – 1 sp.
Euceramia – 3 spp.
Longihyalospora – 2 spp.
Microcallis – 9spp.
Nullicamyces – 1 sp.
Phaeosaccardinula – 41 spp.
Stanhughesia – 4 sp.
Treubiomyces – 7 spp.
Vonarxia – 2 spp.
Yatesula – 2 spp.
Coccodinium – 4 spp.
Dennisiella – 9 spp.
Limacinula – 17 spp.
Anthopsis – 3 spp.
Cyphellophora – 25 spp.
Epibryon – 47 spp.
Aculeata – 1 sp.
Atrokylindriopsis[9] – 1 sp.
Brycekendrickomyces – 1 sp.
Capronia – ca. 81 spp.
Cladophialophora – 41 spp.
Exophiala – 59 spp.
Fonsecaea – 16 spp.
Marinophialophora – 1 sp.
Melanoctona – 1 sp.
Metulocladosporiella – 6 spp.
Minimelanolocus – 34 spp.
Phialophora – 7 spp.
Pleomelogramma – 2 spp.
Rhinocladiella – 21 spp.
Sorocybe – 3 spp.
Thysanorea – 14 spp.
Veronaea – 20 spp.
Lyromma – 7 spp.
Microtheliopsis – 4 spp.
Paracladophialophora – 2 spp.
Pyrenothrix – 2 spp.
Neophaeococcomyces – 2 spp.
Arthrocladium – 4 spp.
Bacillicladium[12] – 1 sp.
Bradymyces – 3 spp.
Knufia – 14 spp.
Lithohypha – 1 sp.
Neostrelitziana – 1 sp.
Strelitziana – 8 spp.
Trichomerium – 36 spp.

Genera incertae sedis

Several genera have been included in the Chaetothyriales although their familial placement is unknown. These include:

References

  1. ^ Wijayawardene, Nalin; Hyde, Kevin; Al-Ani, Laith Khalil Tawfeeq; Somayeh, Dolatabadi; Stadler, Marc; Haelewaters, Danny; et al. (2020). "Outline of Fungi and fungus-like taxa". Mycosphere. 11: 1060–1456. doi:10.5943/mycosphere/11/1/8.
  2. ^ Barr, Margaret E. (1987). "New taxa and combinations in the Loculoascomycetes". Mycotaxon. 29: 501–505.
  3. ^ Source dataset. Species Fungorum Plus: Species Fungorum for CoL+. "Chaetothyriales". Catalog of Life Version 2021-09-21. Retrieved 25 October 2021.
  4. ^ Quan, Yu; Muggia, Lucia; Moreno, Leandro F.; Wang, Meizhu; Al-Hatmi, Abdullah M.S.; da Silva Menezes, Nickolas; Shi, Dongmei; Deng, Shuwen; Ahmed, Sarah; Hyde, Kevin D.; Vicente, Vania A.; Kang, Yingqian; Stielow, J. Benjamin; de Hoog, Sybren (2020). "A re-evaluation of the Chaetothyriales using criteria of comparative biology". Fungal Diversity. 103: 47–85. doi:10.1007/s13225-020-00452-8.
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  6. ^ Réblová, Martina; Untereiner, Wendy A.; Réblová, Kamila (2013). "Novel evolutionary lineages revealed in the Chaetothyriales (Fungi) based on multigene phylogenetic analyses and comparison of ITS secondary structure". PLoS One. 8 (5): e63547. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0063547. PMC 3665825. PMID 23723988.
  7. ^ Gueidan, Cécile; Aptroot, André; Caceres, Marcela Eugenia da Silva; Badali, Hamid; Stenroos, Soili (2014). "A reappraisal of orders and families within the subclass Chaetothyriomycetidae (Eurotiomycetes, Ascomycota)". Mycological Progress. 13 (990): 1027–1039.
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  9. ^ Ma, Ying-Rui; Xia, Ji-Wen; Gao, Jian-Mei; Castañeda Ruíz, Rafael F.; Zhang, Xiu-Guo (2015). "Atrokylindriopsis, a new genus of hyphomycetes from Hainan, China, with relationship to Chaetothyriales". Mycological Progress. 14 (77): 1–5. doi:10.1007/s11557-015-1071-x.
  10. ^ Lücking, R. (2008). Foliicolous lichenized fungi. Flora Neotropica. Vol. 103. New York Botanical Garden Press. p. 184. ISBN 978-0893274917.
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  12. ^ Réblová, Martina; Hubka, V.; Thureborn, O.; Lundberg, J.; Sallstedt, T; Wedin, M; Ivarsson, M. (2016). "From the tunnels into the treetops: New lineages of black yeasts from biofilm in the Stockholm metro system and their relatives among ant-associated fungi in the Chaetothyriales". PLoS One. 11 (10): e0163396.
  13. ^ Hawksworth, D.L.; Dyko, B.J. (1979). "Lichenodiplis and Vouauxiomyces: two new genera of lichenicolous Coelomycetes". The Lichenologist. 11 (1): 51–61.
  14. ^ Kondratyuk, S.Y.; Kudratov, I.; Bielczyk, U. (2002). "Lichenodiplisiella makarevichae, a new lichenicolous coelomycete from Tajikistan". Polish Botanical Journal. 47 (1): 1–3.
  15. ^ Atienza, V.; Hawksworth, D.L. (1994). "Minutoexcipula tuckerae gen. et sp. nov., a new lichenicolous deuteromycete on Pertusaira texana in the United States". Mycological Research. 98: 587–592.
  16. ^ Müller, J. (1862). "Principes de classification des lichens et énumeration des lichens de Genève". Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève (in French). 16 (2): 419.
  17. ^ Kirschstein, W. (1939). "Über neue, seltene und kritische Ascomyceten und Fungi imperfecti. II". Annales Mycologici (in German). 37: 91.
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Chaetothyriales: Brief Summary

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The Chaetothyriales are an order of ascomycetous fungi in the class Eurotiomycetes and within the subclass Chaetothyriomycetidae. The order was circumscribed in 1987 by mycologist Margaret Elizabeth Barr-Bigelow.

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