Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics by David L. Hawksworth (auth.), Robert A. Samson, John I. Pitt

By David L. Hawksworth (auth.), Robert A. Samson, John I. Pitt (eds.)

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Based on Micheli's fungus. As far as we can ascertain, the first post-Linnean author to use the name Aspergillus was Albrecht von Haller (1768), but he did not use it at generic level and maintained a polynomial nomenclature and his work can not therefore be accepted as a validation of the genus. Persoon (1801, p. 691) treated the species known at that time in Monilia, including Monilia glauca, which was again based on Micheli's "Aspergillus capitatus capitulo glauco". Sowerby (1803) illustrated Mucor glaucus in vol.

The ascal nature of E. herbariorum was recognized by Fresenius (1853). De Bary-Y1854) firmly established the connection between Aspergillus anamorphs and Eurotium teleomorphs and in 1870 he decided to distinguish Eurotium repens de Bary (=~ herbariorum sensu Fuckel) from ~ aspergillus-glaucus de Bary (-E. herbariorum Link) because of considerably smaller conidia-and ascospores. Collecting the fungus frequently on jam, he considered the epithet 'herbariorum' inappropriate. He also transferred three anamorphic taxa to Eurotium.

IMI 62874ii, derived from the type culture, is here designated as lectotype. A. ochraceoroseus Bartoli & Maggi -- Trans. Br. mycol. Soc. 71: 393. 1978. Holotype 104 S in herb. 77 = IMI 223071, ex tropical rain forest soil, Ivory Coast. A. ochraceus Wilhelm, see ~ alutaceus Sclerocleista ornata (Raper, Fennell & Tresner) Subram. -- Curro Sci. 41: 757. 1972 = ~ ornatus Raper, Fennell & Tresner -- Mycologia 45: 678. 1953. As no epithet is available for the anamorph, we propose ASPERGILLUS ORNATULUS st.

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