The Amphisphaeriaceae (sensu lato) presently includes 36 genera and 23 synonyms and is a heterogeneous assemblage of ascomycetes. In this paper molecular and morphological data and teleomorph–anamorph connections are examined and confirm that the Amphisphaeriaceae (sensu stricto) should be confined to ten teleomorphic genera and their Pestalotia-like anamorphs. These include Amphisphaeria, Broomella, Discostroma, Ellurema, Griphosphaerioma and Neobroomella which are described and illustrated; and Blogiascospora, Lepteutypa, Paracainiella and Pestalosphaeria which are discussed.
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