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Title: Notes for genera: Ascomycota
Authors: Wijayawardene NN
Hyde KD
Rajeshkumar KC
Hawksworth DL
Madrid H
Kirk PM
Braun U
Singh RV
Crous PW
Kukwa M
Lücking R
Kurtzman CP
Yurkov A
Haelewaters D
Aptroot A
Lumbsch HT
Timdal E
Ertz D
Etayo J
Philips AJL
Groenewald JZ
Papizadeh M
Selbmann L
Dayarathne MC
Weerakoon G
Jones EBG
Suetrong S
Tian Q
Castañeda-Ruiz RF
Bahkali AH
Pang KL
Tanaka K
Dai DQ
Sakayaroj J
Hujslová M
Lombard L
Shenoy BD
Suija A
Maharachchikumbura SSN
Thambugala KM
Wanasinghe DN
Sharma BO
Gaikwad S
Pandit G
Zucconi L
Onofri S
Egidi E
Raja HA
Kodsueb R
Cáceres MES
Pérez-Ortega S
Fiuza PO
Monteiro JS
Vasilyeva LN
Shivas RG
Prieto M
Wedin M
Olariaga I
Lateef AA
Agrawal Y
Fazeli SAS
Amoozegar MA
Zhao GZ
Pfliegler WP
Sharma G
Oset M
Abdel-Wahab MA
Takamatsu S
Bensch K
de Silva NI
De Kesel A
Karunarathna A
Boonmee S
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: Article 59
Classification
One name
Pleomorphic fungi
Taxonomy
Date: 2017-09
Issue Date: 2018-11-09T06:54:33Z
Publisher: Fungal Diversity
Abstract: Abstract: Knowledge of the relationships and thus the classification of fungi, has developed rapidly with increasingly widespread use of molecular techniques, over the past 10–15 years, and continues to accelerate. Several genera have been found to be polyphyletic, and their generic concepts have subsequently been emended. New names have thus been introduced for species which are phylogenetically distinct from the type species of particular genera. The ending of the separate naming of morphs of the same species in 2011, has also caused changes in fungal generic names. In order to facilitate access to all important changes, it was desirable to compile these in a single document. The present article provides a list of generic names of Ascomycota (approximately 6500 accepted names published to the end of 2016), including those which are lichen-forming. Notes and summaries of the changes since the last edition of ‘Ainsworth & Bisby’s Dictionary of the Fungi’ in 2008 are provided. The notes include the number of accepted species, classification, type species (with location of the type material), culture availability, life-styles, distribution, and selected publications that have appeared since 2008. This work is intended to provide the foundation for updating the ascomycete component of the “Without prejudice list of generic names of Fungi” published in 2013, which will be developed into a list of protected generic names. This will be subjected to the XIXth International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen in July 2017 agreeing to a modification in the rules relating to protected lists, and scrutiny by procedures determined by the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi (NCF). The previously invalidly published generic names Barriopsis, Collophora (as Collophorina), Cryomyces, Dematiopleospora, Heterospora (as Heterosporicola), Lithophila, Palmomyces (as Palmaria) and Saxomyces are validated, as are two previously invalid family names, Bartaliniaceae and Wiesneriomycetaceae. Four species of Lalaria, which were invalidly published are transferred to Taphrina and validated as new combinations. Catenomycopsis Tibell & Constant. is reduced under Chaenothecopsis Vain., while Dichomera Cooke is reduced under Botryosphaeria Ces. & De Not. (Art. 59).
Relation: 86(1) pp.1-594
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51075
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