Pseudoramichloridium Cheew. & Crous, in Cheewangkoon et al., Persoonia 23: 75 (2009).
Saprobic or pathogenic on host. Sexual morph: Unknown. Asexual morph: Mycelium consisting of submerged and aerial hyphae; submerged hyphae pale to medium olivaceous-brown, thin- to slightly thick-walled; aerial hyphae smooth or verrucose, narrower and darker than the submerged hyphae. Conidiophores unbranched, slightly thick-walled, darker than the subtending hyphae, arising vertically from submerged or creeping aerial hyphae, with additional thin septa. Conidiogenous cells integrated, terminal, proliferating sympodially, giving rise to a long rachis with crowded, polyblastic scars that are protruding, somewhat prominent, thickened along the rim, slightly reflective, somewhat darkened. Conidia obovoid to fusiform, thin-walled, smooth to verruculose, aseptate, pale brown, solitary, aseptate, subhyaline to pale brown, smooth to slightly verruculose, with truncate base; hilum thickened, slightly reflective, somewhat darkened; conidial secession schizolytic. Colonies are dark olivaceous and slow-growing on MEA, and exophiala-like states are absent (adapted from Cheewangkoon et al. 2009).