Sordariomycetidae is a subclass of sac fungi.
The Subclass Sordariomycetidae is a member of the Class Sordariomycetes. Here is the complete "parentage" of Sordariomycetidae:
- Domain: Eukaryota
Whittaker & Margulis,1978 - eukaryotes
- Kingdom: Fungi
T.L. Jahn & F.F. Jahn, 1949 ex R.T. Moore, 1980 - Fungi
- Subkingdom: Dikarya D.S. Hibbett et al., in D.S. Hibbett et al., 2007
- Kingdom: Fungi T.L. Jahn & F.F. Jahn, 1949 ex R.T. Moore, 1980 - Fungi
The Subclass Sordariomycetidae is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Order (8): Boliniales · Calosphaeriales · Chaetosphaeriales · Coniochaetales · Diaporthales · Ophiostomatales · Sordariales · Trichosphaeriales
The Chaetosphaeriales are an order of fungi within the class Sordariomycetes. [more]
The Coniochaetales are an order of fungi within the class Sordariomycetes. This order is monotypic and contains a single family, the , historically placed in the order Sordariales. However, this taxonomic placement has been challenged by other authorities, and the Coniochaetales was proposed to include the family Coniochaetaceae. Species in this family are characterized by having germ-slits in the ascospores, a morphological feature that distinguishes them from species in the Sordariaceae family. Phylogenetic research in 2006 revealed that four genera in the Coniochaetaceae family, Coniochaeta, Coniochaetidium, Ephemeroascus, and Poroconiochaeta, were not monophyletic, and were all made synonymous with Coniochaeta. [more]
Diaporthales is an order of sac fungi. [more]
The Ophiostomatales are an order of fungi within the class Sordariomycetes. [more]
Sordariales are an order of fungi within the class Sordariomycetes (also known as Pyrenomycetes), subphylum Pezizomycotina, phylum Ascomycota. [more]
Trichosphaeriales is an order of sac fungi. It is monotypic, and consists of the single family, the Trichosphaeriaceae. [more]
At least 216 species and subspecies belong to the Order Trichosphaeriales.
More info about the Order Trichosphaeriales may be found here.
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