Teleomorph-anamorph connections: the new pyrenomycetous genus Carpoligna and its Pleurothecium anamorph

  title={Teleomorph-anamorph connections: the new pyrenomycetous genus Carpoligna and its Pleurothecium anamorph},
  author={Fernando A. Fernández and François Lutzoni and Sabine M. Huhndorf},
Several collections of a pyrenomycete identified as Chaetosphaeria were made from decor- ticated wood of twigs and branches in Costa Rica, Panama, Puerto Rico and continental USA. Discrete and continuous characters of the ascomata, asci and ascospores in these collections show that they are very similar morphologically and represent popula- tions of the same species. However, culturing of sin- gle ascospore isolates from these collections yielded an anamorph unlike the typical phialidic… 
Newly recognised lineages of perithecial ascomycetes: the new orders Conioscyphales and Pleurotheciales
Two monophyletic clades closely related to the Savoryellales, formed by five species of Conioscypha and a second clade containing several genera of uncertain taxonomic status centred on Pleurothecium, represent two distinct taxonomic groups at the ordinal systematic rank.
Generic concepts and correlations in ascomycetes based on molecular and morphological data: Lecythothecium duriligni gen. et sp. nov. with a Sporidesmium anamorph, and Ascolacicola austriaca sp. nov.
The taxonomic and phylogenetic value of the massive, wedge-shaped apical annulus that characterizes the Annulatascaceae but that is also present in other genera, including Ascotaiwania, Lecythothecium, Crassochaeta, Herbampulla and Umbrinosphaeria, was tested in the phylogeny.
Phylogeny of Chaetosphaeria and its anamorphs based on morphological and molecular data
The morphology-based classification of Chaetosphaeria is compared with results from analyses of molecular data and the taxonomic value of morphological characters observed in teleomorphs and dematiaceous hyphomycetous anamorphs is discussed in the light of the results of these analyses.
Amplistroma gen. nov. and its relation to Wallrothiella, two genera with globose ascospores and acrodontium-like anamorphs
Phylogenetic analyses of 28S large-subunit rDNA sequences group these taxa in a well supported clade distinct from known orders within the Sordariomycetidae but showing unsupported relationships with the Chaetosphaeriales and the Magnaporthaceae.
Phylogenetic classification of Pleurothecium and Pleurotheciella gen. nov. and its dactylaria-like anamorph (Sordariomycetes) based on nuclear ribosomal and protein-coding genes
Phylogenetic study of the 12 strains that represent Pleurothecium recurvatum revealed four that grouped apart from the core of the species, which form a monophyletic well supported clade in both phylogenies.
Systematics of the genus Chaetosphaeria and its allied genera: morphological and phylogenetic diversity in north temperate and neotropical taxa.
This study aimed to assess the value and significance of morphological characters in resolving phylogenetic relationships in Chaetosphaeria and its allied genera and revealed two major lineages.
Cryptadelphia (Trichosphaeriales), a new genus for holomorphs with Brachysporium anamorphs and clarification of the taxonomic status of Wallrothiella
Phylogenetic analysis of partial large subunit rDNA sequences of two species supports the monophyly of Cryptadelphia and suggests a relationship with the Trichosphaeriales, but a conclusive assessment requires phylogenetics analysis of more related taxa.


Molecular phylogeny of Acremonium and its taxonomic implications.
Maximum parsimony and neighborjoin- ing analyses were performed using partial sequences of the nuclear small subunit ribosomal DNA (18S rDNA) to eliminate some of the heterogeneity within Acremonium while also emphasizing the unique biological, morpholog- ical, and ecological characteristics of the grass.
Molecular systematics of the Hypocreales: a teleomorph gene phylogeny and the status of their anamorphs
Phylogenetic relationships among 40 species in the Hypocreales and Clavicipitales were inferred from sequence data obtained from the nuclear large-subunit ribosomal DNA, and four groupings were resolved and are informally designated as the Hypocrea, Claviceps, Bionectria, and Nectria groups.
Cladistic Analysis of Partial ssrDNA Sequences among Unitunicate Perithecial Ascomycetes and Its Implications on the Evolution of Centrum Development
The existence of two lineages within the pyrenomycetes argues that parallel evolution involving the formation of the central cavity is an important aspect of centrum development.
Systematics of Lyophyllum section Difformia based on evidence from culture studies and ribosomal DNA sequences
Results of parsimony analyses based on 250 nucleotide positions from 18 strains support species groupings within the L. decastes complex which are consistent with differences in fruit body morphology and culture characters, and indicate that section Dijformia is not monophyletic.
New Zealand Fungi: 12.Menispora,Codinaea,Menisporopsis*
Phial ides and two methods by which they may proliferate are described and described and species described and illustrated from New Zealand include two of Menispora, M. ciliata Corda and M. assamica.
Ancient and recent patterns of geographic speciation in the oyster mushroom Pleurotus revealed by phylogenetic analysis of ribosomal DNA sequences.
  • R. Vilgalys, B. Sun
  • Biology
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • 1994
Patterns of geographic distribution among intersterility groups suggest that several species lineages evolved quite early, with recently evolved groups restricted to the Northern Hemisphere and older lineages occurring throughout the world.
Buergenerula spartinae sp. nov., an Ascomycete from salt marsh cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora
Comparisons between the marine wood-inhabiting Ascomycete Sphaerulina pedicellata Johnson and a similar species from Spartina spp. demonstrate that the two fungi are not identical. The species from
Prodromus to nonlichenized, pyrenomycetous members of class Hymenoascomycetes
The orders and families of nonlichenized pyrenomycetous fungi in class Hymenoascomycetes are classified in four supraorders, based upon characteristics of the centrum and certain features of the