Bezerromyces brasiliensis J.D.P. Bezerra, Souza-Motta & Crous, in Bezerra, Oliveira, Paiva, Silva, Groenewald, Crous & Souza-Motta, Mycol. Progr. 16(4): 302 (2016) 
Description: see Bezerra et al. (2017)
Material examined: see Bezerra et al. (2017)
Fig. 1. Bezerromyces brasiliensis (URM 7411 = CBS 141545, redrawn from Bezerra et al. 2017) a, b Asci and ascospores. c Pseudoparaphyses. d Ascospores germinating. e Chlamydospores. Scale bars: a = 10 µm, b = 20 µm, c−e = 30 µm.
Importance and role
Importance of genus to ecosystem
Species of Bezerromyces are endophytic. They can colonize and proliferate without causing any damage to the tissues of the host plant.
Industrial relevance and applications
There are currently no industrial applications of Bezerromyces.
No disease has been reported from Bezerromyces.
Biochemical importance of the genus, chemical diversity or applications
The chemical diversity of Bezerromyces has not been investigated.
Diversity of the genus
Bezerromyces comprises two species known on one host plant and plant family namely Cactaceae. Bezerromyces has been reported from Pernambuco. Many hosts and regions are still under studied for the genus. Many more species of Bezerromyces can be discovered in future studies.