|Family:|| Trypetheliaceae |
| Trypethelium |
The Trypetheliaceae are a family of mainly lichen-forming fungi in the order Trypetheliales.
Gyalectales is an order of lichen-forming fungi in the class Lecanoromycetes. It contains 5 families, 15 genera and about 550 species.
The Chaetothyriales are an order of ascomycetous fungi in the class Eurotiomycetes and within the subclass Chaetothyriomycetidae. The order was circumscribed in 1987 by mycologist Margaret Elizabeth Barr-Bigelow.
The Arthoniales is the second largest orders of mainly crustose lichens, but fruticose lichens are present as well. The order contains around 1500 species, while the largest order with lichenized fungi, the Lecanorales, contains more than 14000 species.
The Pilocarpaceae are a family of crustose lichens in the order Lecanorales. The species of this family have a cosmopolitan distribution and have been found in a variety of climatic regions. Pilocarpaceae was circumscribed by Alexander Zahlbruckner in Adolf Engler's influential 1905 work Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien.
The Physciaceae are a family of mostly lichen-forming fungi belonging to the class Lecanoromycetes in the division Ascomycota. Many members of this family are known as shadow lichens. A 2016 estimate placed 19 genera and 601 species in the family.
The Gomphillaceae are a family of lichens in the order Ostropales. Species in this family are found mostly in tropical regions.
The Graphidaceae are a family of lichens in the order Ostropales.
Parmeliella is a genus of lichenized fungi in the family Pannariaceae. It occurs mainly in the tropics and sub-tropics, with species found in Africa, Asia, Australasia and South America. A recent (2020) estimate places 41 species in the genus.
Byssoloma is a genus of leaf-dwelling lichens in the family Pilocarpaceae.
Enterographa is a genus of lichens in the family Roccellaceae.
Anisomeridium is a genus of lichens in the family Monoblastiaceae. The type species was originally named Arthopyrenia xylogena by Swiss botanist Johannes Müller Argoviensis in 1883; in 1928, Maurice Choisy defined the genus Anisomeridium, designating A. xylogena the type species.
Coccocarpia is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Coccocarpiaceae.
Astrothelium is a genus of lichens in the family Trypetheliaceae.
Pseudopyrenula is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Trypetheliaceae.
Trichotheliaceae is a family of lichenized fungi in the order Gyalectales. The family was circumscribed by Friedrich von Schilling and Friedrich August Georg Bitter in 1927.
Strigulaceae is a family of lichen-forming fungi, one of two families in the order Strigulales. Recent (2020) molecular analysis of the type genus, Strigula, has led to a reallocation of the foliicolous species into six genera that correspond to well-delimited clades with diagnostic phenotype features.
Strigula is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Strigulaceae. The genus was circumscribed in 1823 by English mycologist Elias Magnus Fries.
Coenogonium is a genus of crustose lichens in the monotypic family Coenogoniaceae. It has about 90 species. Most species are leaf-dwelling or grow on bark, although a few are known to grow on rocks under certain conditions, and some are restricted to growth on termite nests. The genus was circumscribed in 1820 by German naturalist Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg.
Bathelium is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Trypetheliaceae. The genus was circumscribed in 1803 by Swedish lichenologist Erik Acharius, with Bathelium mastoideum assigned as the type species.
Megalospora is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Megalosporaceae.