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Title:Towards a natural classification and backbone tree for Sordariomycetes 
Authors:Maharachchikumbura, S.S.N; Hyde, K.D; Jones, E.B.G. et al. 
Year:2015 
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Volume:72 
First page:199 
Last page:301 
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Keywords:Boliniales, Calosphaeriales, Chaetosphaeriales, Coniochaetales, Coronophorales, Diaporthales, Glomerellales, Hypocreomycetidae, Hypocreales, Koralionastetales, Lulworthiales, Magnaporthales, Melanosporales, Meliolales, Microascales, Molecular identification, Nomenclature, Ophiostomatales, Phyllachorales, Sordariales, Sordariomycetidae, Taxonomy, Trichosphaeriales, Type species, Xylariales, Xylariomycetidae 
Abstract:Sordariomycetes is one of the largest classes of Ascomycota and is characterised by perithecial ascomata and inoperculate unitunicate asci. The class includes many important plant pathogens, as well as endophytes, saprobes, epiphytes, and fungicolous, lichenized or lichenicolous taxa. The class includes freshwater, marine and terrestrial taxa and has a worldwide distribution. This paper provides an updated outline of the Sordariomycetes and a backbone tree incorporating asexual and sexual genera in the class. Based on phylogeny and morphology we introduced three subclasses; Diaporthomycetidae, Lulworthiomycetidae and Meliolomycetidae and five orders; Amplistromatales, Annulatascales, Falcocladiales, Jobellisiales and Togniniales. The outline is based on literature to the end of 2014 and the backbone tree published in this paper. Notes for 397 taxa with information, such as new family and genera novelties, novel molecular data published since the Outline of Ascomycota 2009, and new links between sexual and asexual genera and thus synonymies, are provided. The Sordariomycetes now comprises six subclasses, 28 orders, 90 families and 1344 genera. In addition a list of 829 genera with uncertain placement in Sordariomycetes is also provided. 
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Summary:Maharachchikumbura, S.S.N; Hyde, K.D; Jones, E.B.G. et al. 2015. Towards a natural classification and backbone tree for Sordariomycetes. Fungal Diversity. 72:199-301 
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