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Cumuliphoma omnivirens

Cumuliphoma omnivirens (Aveskamp, Verkley & Gruyter) Valenz.-Lopez, Stchigel, Crous, Guarro & Cano, in Valenzuela-Lopez et al., Stud. Mycol. 90: 39 (2018).

Phoma omnivirens Aveskamp, Verkley & Gruyter, Mycologia 101(3): 375 (2009).

           Index Fungorum number: IF 819882; Facesoffungi number: FoF 09671, Fig. 1

Description: see Valenzuela-Lopez et al. (2018).

Material considered: see Valenzuela-Lopez et al. (2018).


Fig. 1 Cumuliphoma omnivirens (re-drawn from Phoma omnivirens Fig 7 in Aveskamp et al. 2018). a Pycnidia. b Pycnidial section. c Chlamydospores. d Conidia. Scale bars: a = 100 μm, b–d = 10 μm.

Importance and distribution

Cumuliphoma comprises three species. Cumuliphoma indica was reported from an unknown substrate in Asia (India (Madhya Pradesh)) and C. omnivirens is known from Phaseolus vulgaris (Fabaceae) in Europe (Belgium). Cumuliphoma pneumoniae was isolated from human sputum in The United States.



Aveskamp MM, Verkley GJM, Gruyter J de, Murace MA et al. 2009 – DNA phylogeny reveals polyphyly of Phoma section Peyronellaea and multiple taxonomic novelties. Mycologia 101, 363–382.

Valenzuela-Lopez N, Cano-Lira JF, Guarro J, Sutton DA et al. 2018 – Coelomycetous Dothideomycetes with emphasis on the families Cucurbitariaceae and Didymellaceae. Studies in Mycology 90, 1–69.


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