Cladosporium cladosporioides (Fresen.) G.A. de Vries
(a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
Anamorphic SpeciesCladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
Form genusCladosporium (a genus of dematiaceous hyphomycetes)
FamilyCLADOSPORIACEAE (a family of fungi)
OrderCAPNODIALES (sooty moulds)
SubclassDOTHIDEOMYCETIDAE (a subclass of fungi)
ClassDOTHIDEOMYCETES (a class of ascomycetes)
SubphylumPEZIZOMYCOTINA (a subphylum of fungi)
PhylumASCOMYCOTA (spore shooters, ascomycete)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Cladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus) :
1: Cladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
25 Aug 2009 OSGR: SU42 51° 0' N, 1° 20' W Vice County: South Hants (VC 11) England
secondary invader of dead leaf-tips of Silk-tassel Bush
Image 1: Weather-damaged leaves - top surfacesImage 2: Weather-damaged leaves - under surfacesImage 3: Conidia and conidiophores - magnifiedImage 4: Conidia - highly magnifiedImage 5: Conidiophores - highly magnified

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 1 general literature references relevant to Cladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)

Cladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 9 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Cladosporium cladosporioides (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
Conidia can be larger than stated in "Land Plants", especially if you include the ramo-conidia (ie basal conidia with multiple apical scars.) Ellis ("Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes") says:




Ramo-conidia: 0-1-septate, up to 30µm long, 2-5µm thick.
Conidia: mostly 0-septate, 3-7(-11)/2-4(-5)µm.


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