Trichocomaceae

Aspergillus fumigatus, from here.

Belongs within: Eurotiomycetidae.
Contains: Penicillium.

The Trichocomaceae are a group of saprobic fungi that are often able to tolerate extreme environmental conditions.

Trichocomaceae [Aspergillaceae, Eurotiaceae, Thermoascaceae]
|--+--PenicilliumSS09
| `--Eupenicillium Ludw. 1892SS09, KC01 [incl. Carpenteles Langeron 1922KC01]
| |--E. brefeldianum (Dodge) Stolk & Scott 1967 (see below for synonymy)KC01
| |--E. javanicumGSSC02
| `--E. limosumSS09
|--+--Hamigera Stolk & Samson 1971SS09, KC01
| | `--H. avellaneaSS09
| |--Byssochlamys Westling 1909LK04, KC01
| | |--B. fulvaKC01
| | |--B. niveaLK04
| | `--B. spectabilisFB20
| `--MonascaceaeEB03
| |--Xeromyces Fraser 1954 [incl. Fraseriella Cif. & Corte 1957]KC01
| | `--X. bisporusPHK96
| `--Monascus Tiegh. 1884SS09, KC01 (see below for synonymy)
| |--M. purpureusSS09
| `--M. ruberKC01
`--Aspergillus Link 1809SS09, KC01 (see below for synonymy)
| i. s.: A. aculeatusFB20
| ‘Stilbothamnium’ amazonenseSS16
| A. amstelodamiHD91
| A. awamoriGL98
| A. bombycisFB20
| A. clavatusKC01
| A. fischeriFB20
| A. flavipesPG-V03
| A. flavusSL02
| A. glaucusPHK96
| A. heteromorphusFB20
| A. ibericusFB20
| A. mulundensisFB20
| A. nigerPHK96
| A. novofumigatusFB20
| ‘Stilbothamnium’ novo-guineense Sydow & Sydow 1916SS16
| A. ochraceusZU10
| A. oryzaePHK96
| |--A. o. var. oryzaeKC01
| `--A. o. var. microsporusKC01
| A. parasiticusMN03
| A. penicilloidesHD91
| A. proliferansKC01
| A. soyaePHK96
| A. steyniiFB20
| A. sydowiiGSSH02
| A. tamariiKC01
| A. terreusMN03
| *Stilbothamnium’ togoenseSS16
| A. tubingensisS12
| A. ustusKC01
| A. versicolorKC01
|--A. fumigatusSS09
`--+--A. protuberusSS09
`--Emericella Berk. 1857SS09, KC01 (see below for synonymy)
|--E. nidulansSS09 [=Aspergillus nidulansLO02]
`--E. variecolor [incl. Aspergillus variecolor]KC01

Trichocomaceae incertae sedis:
Eurotium Link 1809 [=Pyrobolus Kuntze 1891]KC01
|--E. repens [incl. Aspergillus reptans]C91
`--E. rubrum [incl. Aspergillus umbrosus]KC01
Chaetosartorya Subram. 1972 [=Harpezomyces Malloch & Cain 1973]KC01
Chaetotheca Zukal 1890KC01
Cristaspora Fort & Guarro 1984KC01
Dactylomyces Sopp 1912KC01
Dendrosphaera Pat. 1907KC01
Dichlaena Durieu & Mont. 1849KC01
Dichotomomyces Saito ex Scott 1970 [incl. Royella Dwivedi 1960 (n. n.) non Iredale 1912 (ICZN)]KC01
Edyuillia Subram. 1972 [incl. Gymnoeurotium Malloch & Cain 1973]KC01
Erythrogymnotheca Yaguchi & Udagawa 1994KC01
Fennellia Wiley & Simmons 1973KC01
Hemicarpenteles Sarbhoy & Elphick 1968 [incl. Sclerocleista Subram. 1972]KC01
Neosartorya Malloch & Cain 1973 [incl. Hemisartorya Rai & Chowdhery 1976, Saitoa Rajendran & Muthappa 1980]KC01
Penicilliopsis Solms 1887 [incl. Sarophorum Sydow & Sydow 1916, Stilbodendron Syd. & Syd. 1916]KC01
|--P. brasiliensisSS16
|--*Sarophorum’ ledermannii Sydow & Sydow 1916SS16
`--P. zonataFB20
Petromyces Malloch & Cain 1973 [incl. Syncleistostroma Subram. 1972]KC01
Sagenoma Stolk & Orr 1974 [incl. Sagenomella Gams 1978]KC01
Trichocoma Jungh. 1838 [=Trichoskytale Corda 1842]KC01
Warcupiella Subram. 1972 [=Sporophormis Malloch & Cain 1973]KC01
Chromocleista Yaguchi & Udagawa 1993KC01
|--C. cinnabarinaPA-W02
`--C. malachiteaJC03
Talaromyces Benj. 1955 [incl. Geosmithia Pitt 1979, Merimbla Pitt 1979]KC01
|--T. bacillisporusSL02
|--T. flavusGSSC03
| |--T. f. var. flavusST02
| `--T. f. var. macrosporaST02
`--T. wortmanniiKC01
Thermoascus Miehe 1907 [incl. Polypaecilum Sm. 1961]KC01
|--T. aurantiacusBY03
`--T. crustaceusST99
Cryptocolax Scott 1956T93, KC01
|--C. clarnensis Scott 1956T93
`--C. parvularT93
Capsulotheca Kamyschko 1960KC01
Coonemeria Mouch. 1997KC01
Paecilomyces Bainier 1907 (see below for synonymy)KC01
|--P. farinosusKC01
|--P. fumoso-roseousP99
|--P. lilacinusKH02
|--P. marquandiiKH02
|--P. penicillatus [incl. Leucopenicillifer gracilis]NN95
`--P. variotiMWH88
Neopetromyces Frisvad & Samson 2000KC01

Aspergillus Link 1809SS09, KC01 [incl. Acmosporium Corda 1839KC01, Actinochaete Ferro 1907KC01, Alliospora Pim 1883KC01, Aspergillopsis Speg. 1910KC01, Basidiella Cooke 1878KC01, Briarea Corda 1831KC01, Cladaspergillus Ritgen 1831KC01, Cladosarum Yuill & Yuill 1938KC01, Euaspergillus Ludw. 1892KC01, Gutturomyces Rivolta 1884KC01, Otomyces Wreden 1874 non Hallier 1869KC01, Raperia Subram. & Rajendran 1976KC01, Redaellia Cif. 1930KC01, Rhodocephalus Corda 1837KC01, Rhopalocystis Grove 1911KC01, Sceptromyces Corda 1831KC01, Sterigmatocystis Cramer 1859KC01, Stilbothamnium Henn. 1896KC01]

Emericella Berk. 1857SS09, KC01 [incl. Cleistosoma Harkn. 1884KC01, Clistosoma Clem. & Shear 1931KC01, Diplostephanus Langeron 1922KC01, Inzengaea Borzí 1885KC01, Theclospora Harkn. 1884KC01]

Eupenicillium brefeldianum (Dodge) Stolk & Scott 1967 [=Penicillium brefeldianum Dodge 1933; incl. P. dodgei Pitt 1980]KC01

Monascus Tiegh. 1884SS09, KC01 [incl. Allescheria Sacc. & Syd. 1899 non Hartig 1899KC01, Backusia Thirum., Whitehead & Mathur 1965KC01, Basipetospora Cole & Kendr. 1968KC01, Eurotiella Lindau 1900KC01, Eurotiopsis Costantin ex Laborde 1897 non Karst. 1889KC01, Physomyces Harz 1890KC01]

Paecilomyces Bainier 1907 [incl. Alphitomyces Reissek 1856, Coremiopsis Sizova & Suprun 1957, Corollium Sopp 1912, Graphidium Lindau 1909, Spicariopsis Heim 1939]KC01

*Type species of generic name indicated

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