Aspergillus fumigatus, from here.

Belongs within: Eurotiomycetes.
Contains: Penicillium.

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

Trichocomaceae [Aspergillaceae]
    |--+--Penicillium SS09
    |  `--Eupenicillium SS09
    |       |--E. javanicum GSSC02
    |       `--E. limosum SS09
    |--+--Byssochlamys nivea LK04
    |  |--Hamigera avellanea SS09
    |  `--Monascaceae EB03
    |       |--Xeromyces bisporus EB03, PHK96
    |       `--Monascus purpureus SS09
    `--Aspergillus SS09
         |  i. s.: A. amstelodami HD91
         |         A. awamori GL98
         |         A. flavipes PG-V03
         |         A. flavus SL02
         |         A. glaucus PHK96
         |         A. niger PHK96
         |         A. ochraceus ZU10
         |         A. oryzae PHK96
         |         A. parasiticus MN03
         |         A. penicilloides HD91
         |         A. soyae PHK96
         |         A. sydowii GSSH02
         |         A. terreus MN03
         |--A. fumigatus SS09
         `--+--A. protuberus SS09
            `--Emericella nidulans SS09 [=Aspergillus nidulans]

Trichocomaceae incertae sedis:
  Eurotium EB03
    |--E. repens [incl. Aspergillus reptans] C91
    `--E. rubrum LS01
  Chaetosartorya EB03
  Chaetotheca EB03
  Cristaspora EB03
  Dactylomyces EB03
  Dendrosphaera EB03
  Dichlaena EB03
  Dichotomomyces EB03
  Edyuillia EB03
  Erythrogymnotheca EB03
  Fennellia EB03
  Hemicarpenteles EB03
  Neosartorya EB03
  Penicilliopsis EB03
  Petromyces EB03
  Sagenoma EB03
  Trichocoma EB03
  Warcupiella EB03
  Chromocleista EB03
    |--C. cinnabarina PA-W02
    `--C. malachitea JC03
  Talaromyces EB03
    |--T. bacillisporus SL02
    `--T. flavus GSSC03
         |--T. f. var. flavus ST02
         `--T. f. var. macrospora ST02
  Thermoascus EB03
    |--T. aurantiacus BY03
    `--T. crustaceus ST99
  Cryptocolax T93
    |--C. clarnensis Scott 1956 T93
    `--C. parvular T93

*Type species of generic name indicated


[BY03] Baumgartner, M., A. Yapi, R. Gröbner-Ferreira & K. O. Stetter. 2003. Cultivation and properties of Echinamoeba thermarum n. sp., an extremely thermophilic amoeba thriving in hot springs. Extremophiles 7: 267–274.

[C91] Colloff, M. J. 1991. Practical and theoretical aspects of the ecology of house dust mites (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) in relation to the study of mite-mediated allergy. Review of Medical and Veterinary Entomology 79 (11–12): 611–630.

[EB03] Eriksson, O. E., H. O. Barah, R. S. Currah, K. Hansen, C. P. Kurtzman, G. Rambold & T. Laessøe (eds.) 2003. Outline of Ascomycota—2003. Myconet 9: 1–89.

[GSSC02] Gibas, C. F. C., L. Sigler, R. C. Summerbell & R. S. Currah. 2002. Phylogeny of the genus Arachnomyces and its anamorphs and the establishment of Arachnomycetales, a new eurotiomycete order in the Ascomycota. Studies in Mycology 47: 131–139.

[GSSH02] Gibas, C. F. C., L. Sigler, R. C. Summerbell, S. L. R. Hofstader & A. K. Gupta. 2002. Arachnomyces kanei (anamorph Onychocola kanei) sp. nov., from human nails. Medical Mycology 40: 573–580.

[GL98] Giesbert, S., H.-B. Lepping, K. B. Tenberge & P. Tudzynski. 1998. The xylanolytic system of Claviceps purpurea: cytological evidence for secretion of xylanases in infected rye tissue and molecular characterization of two xylanase genes. Phytopathology 88: 1020–1030.

[HD91] Hart, B. J., & A. E. Douglas. 1991. The relationship between house-dust mites and fungi. In: Schuster, R., & P. W. Murphy (eds) The Acari: Reproduction, development and life-history strategies pp. 319–324. Chapman & Hall: London.

[JC03] Jacobs, A., M. P. A. Coetzee, B. D. Wingfield, K. Jacobs & M. J. Wingfield. 2003. Phylogenetic relationships among Phialocephala species and other ascomycetes. Mycologia 95 (4): 637–645.

[LS01] Lumbsch, H. T., I. Schmitt, H. Döring & M. Wedin. 2001. Molecular systematics supports the recognition of an additional order of Ascomycota: the Agyriales. Mycological Research 105 (1): 16–23.

[LK04] Lutzoni, F., F. Kauff, C. J. Cox, D. McLaughlin, G. Celio, B. Dentinger, M. Padamsee, D. Hibbett, T. Y. James, E. Baloch, M. Grube, V. Reeb, V. Hofstetter, C. Schoch, A. E. Arnold, J. Miadlikowska, J. Spatafora, D. Johnson, S. Hambleton, M. Crockett, R. Shoemaker, G.-H. Sung, R. Lücking, T. Lumbsch, K. O'Donnell, M. Binder, P. Diederich, D. Ertz, C. Gueidan, K. Hansen, R. C. Harris, K. Hosaka, Y.-W. Lim, B. Matheny, H. Nishida, D. Pfister, J. Rogers, A. Rossman, I. Schmitt, H. Sipman, J. Stone, J. Sugiyama, R. Yahr & R. Vilgalys. 2004. Assembling the fungal tree of life: progress, classification, and evolution of subcellular traits. American Journal of Botany 91 (10): 1446–1480.

[MN03] Moffitt, M. C., & B. A. Neilan. 2003. Evolutionary affiliations within the superfamily of ketosynthases reflect complex pathway associations. Journal of Molecular Evolution 56: 446–457.

[PA-W02] Pang, K.-L., M. A. Abdel-Wahab, S. Sivichai, H. M. El-Sharouney & E. B. G. Jones. 2002. Jahnulales (Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota): a new order of lignicolous freshwater ascomycetes. Mycological Research 106 (9): 1031–1042.

[PG-V03] Petrosyan, P., M. García-Varela, A. Luz-Madrigal, C. Huitrón & M. E. Flores. 2003. Streptomyces mexicanus sp. nov., a xylanolytic micro-organism isolated from soil. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 53: 269–273.

[PHK96] Prescott, L. M., J. P. Harley & D. A. Klein. 1996. Microbiology 3rd ed. Wm. C. Brown Publishers: Dubuque (Iowa).

[ST99] Saenz, G. S., & J. W. Taylor. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships of Meliola and Meliolina inferred from nuclear small subunit rRNA sequences. Mycological Research 103 (8): 1049–1056.

[SS09] Schoch, C. L., G.-H. Sung, F. López-Giráldez, J. P. Townsend, J. Miadlikowska, V. Hofstetter, B. Robbertse, P. B. Matheny, F. Kauff, Z. Wang, C. Gueidan, R. M. Andrie, K. Trippe, L. M. Ciufetti, A. Wynns, E. Fraker, B. P. Hodkinson, G. Bonito, J. Z. Groenewald, M. Arzanlou, G. S. de Hoog, P. W. Crous, D. Hewitt, D. H. Pfister, K. Peterson, M. Gryzenhout, M. J. Wingfield, A. Aptroot, S.-O. Suh, M. Blackwell, D. M. Hillis, G. W. Griffith, L. A. Castlebury, A. Y. Rossman, H. T. Lumbsch, R. Lücking, B. Büdel, A. Rauhut, P. Diederich, D. Ertz, D. M. Geiser, K. Hosaka, P. Inderbitzin, J. Kohlmeyer, B. Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, L. Mostert, K. O'Donnell, H. Sipman, J. D. Rogers, R. A. Shoemaker, J. Sugiyama, R. C. Summerbell, W. Untereiner, P. R. Johnston, S. Stenroos, A. Zuccaro, P. S. Dyer, P. D. Crittenden, M. S. Cole, K. Hansen, J. M. Trappe, R. Yahr, F. Lutzoni & J. W. Spatafora. 2009. The Ascomycota tree of life: a phylum-wide phylogeny clarifies the origin and evolution of fundamental reproductive and ecological traits. Systematic Biology 58 (2): 224–239.

[SL02] Schweigkofler, W., K. Lopandic, O. Molnár & H. Prillinger. 2002. Analysis of phylogenetic relationships among Ascomycota with yeast phases using ribosomal DNA sequences and cell wall sugars. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 2: 1–17.

[T93] Taylor, T. N. 1993. Fungi. In: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2 pp. 9–13. Chapman & Hall: London.

[ZU10] Zvereva, L. V., & L. N. Usheva. 2010. Opportunistic filamentous fungi isolated from pathologically changed internal organs of the mussel Mytilus trossulus (Bivalvia) from Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan. In: China-Russia Bilateral Symposium: Proceedings of the China-Russia Bilateral Symposium of "Comparison on Marine Biodiversity in the Northwest Pacific Ocean", 10–11 October 2010, Qingdao (China) pp. 227–231. Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; A. V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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