5 μm diam, PRIMA-1MET in vitro 1-guttulate, hyaline. Status: dubious, possibly a synonym of H. minutispora; not interpretable with certainty without a type specimen. Type specimen: not available in PAD. Habitat and distribution: on branches of Fagus sylvatica in Italy. References: additional descriptions in Saccardo (1878, p. 301), Saccardo (1883a, p. 520). DU Hypocrea rufa var. minor Z. Moravec, Česká Mykol. 10: 89 (1956). Status: obscure in the
absence of type material. Type specimen: not available in PRM. Habitat and distribution: on Stereum sp. in the Czech Republic. DU Hypocrea rufa var. sublateritia Sacc., Fungi veneti novi vel. crit., Ser. 4: 24 (1875). Said to be similar to H. rufa var. lateritia, but stromata smaller. Asci 70–80 × 3–4.5
μm, ascospore cells globose, 3–4 μm diam, 1-guttulate, hyaline. Status: dubious, not interpretable without a type specimen. Type specimen: not available in PAD. Habitat and distribution: branches of Buxus sempervirens and Celtis in Italy and South America. References: additional descriptions in Saccardo (1878, p. 301 and 1883a, p. 520). EX Hypocrea buy 3-Methyladenine stipata (Lib.) Fuckel, Jb. Nassau. Ver. Naturk. 25–26: 23 (1871). ≡ Sphaeria stipata Lib., Plantae cryptog. Ardenn. no. 343 (1837). Status: synonym of Arachnocrea stipata (Fuckel) Z. Moravec (1956). Habitat and distribution: on wood and bark, leaves and fungi in Europe, Japan and North America. References: Dennis (1981), Moravec (1956), Rossman et al. (1999), Põldmaa (1999; anamorph). EX Hypocrea tuberculariformis Rehm ex Sacc., Michelia 1: 302 (1878). Status: a synonym of Nectria tuberculariformis (Rehm ex Sacc.) G. Winter 1884 . Habitat and distribution: click here selleck kinase inhibitor on cow dung/herbs in Tyrol, Austria; alpine. References: Samuels et al. (1984, p. 1898), Winter 1884 . DU Hypocrea viridis (Tode : Fr.) Peck, Ann. Rep. New York St. Mus. 31: 49 (1879). ≡ Sphaeria gelatinosa β viridis Tode, Fungi Mecklenb. 2: 49 (1791). Status: according to Chaverri and Samuels (2003) this name is obsolete, because the type specimen is lost and the protologue is not informative. When following Petch (1937), H. viridis becomes a synonym of
H. gelatinosa. See Notes under Hypocrea lutea. Barr et al. (1986) noted that Peck meant a species distinct from H. gelatinosa. Whatever Peck meant, H. viridis cannot be used for his material because of the ambiguous status of the basionym. EX Hypocrea vitalbae Berk. & Broome, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., Ser. 3, 3: 362, pl. 9, f. 8 (1859). Status: a synonym of Broomella vitalbae (Berk. & Broome) Sacc. References: Saccardo (1883b, p. 558), Shoemaker and Müller (1963, p. 1237). Acknowledgements I want to express my sincere thanks to all the people mentioned in Jaklitsch (2009), who contributed to this work, particularly Hermann Voglmayr, Christian P. Kubicek, Gary J. Samuels and Walter Gams. In addition I want to thank Till R. Lohmeyer, Martin Bemmann, Bernd Fellmann and Christian Gubitz for specimens of Hypocrea teleomorphs.