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Remarks (internal):About 20 species have been described in Coleophoma but the regularity with which members of the genus occur on a variety of hosts suggests that there are only a few plurivorous species. These can be separated by conidial size and morphology as the collections on 17 hosts in Herb. IMI indicate. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:COLEOPHOMA Höhn., Sber. Akad. Wiss. Wien 116: 637 (1907).
Coleonaema Höhn., Mitt. Bot. Inst. tech. Hochsch. Wien 1: 95 (1924).
Bactropycnis Höhn., Hedwigia 62: 65 (1920).
Rhabdostromina Died., Annls mycol. 19: 297 (1921).
Sp. typ.: C. crateriformis (Dur. & Mont.) Höhn. (syn. Septoria crateriformis Dur. & Mont.).
Mycelium immersed, branched, septate, hyaline to pale brown. Conidiomata pycnidial, separate, globose or flattened at the base, black, immersed, unilocular, thick-walled, composed of brown, thick-walled textura angularis; lower wall often thicker. Ostiole single, circular, not papillate. Conidiophores pale brown at the base, hyaline above, branched, septate, smooth, formed from the inner cells of the pycnidial wall, sometimes confined to the base. Conidiogenous cells enteroblastic, phialidic, determinate, discrete and ampulliform to lageniform, or integrated and then ± cylindrical, hyaline, smooth, channel and collarette minute. Conidia hyaline, aseptate, cylindrical, apex obtuse, base acute, thin-walled, smooth, guttulate, straight. Paraphyses hyaline, septate at the base, formed amongst and on conidiophores, cylindrical or long clavate, collapsing.
 
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