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A list of 256 names

A list of 256 names of species and two names of varieties in Trichoderma with name or names against which they are to be protected, following the ICN (Melbourne Code, Art. 14.13) published by Bissett et al. 2015 in IMA Fungus 6(2):263-295

(A few names which require protection against competing names are pre- fixed by an asterisk (*), although most are aready proposed fro conservation)

Link to the paper: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ima/imafung/pre-prints/content-j2_Vol6_no2_Article2 | Download PDF Accepted Trichoderma names in the year 2015

Abstract: A list of 256 names of species and two names of varieties in Trichoderma with name or names against which they are to be protected, following the ICN (Melbourne Code, Art. 14.13), is presented for consideration by the General Committee established by the Congress, which then will refer them to the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi (NCF). This list includes 256 species, one variety and one form. Two new names are proposed: T. neocrassum Samuel (syn. Hypocrea crassa P. Chaverri & Samuels), T. patellotropicum Samuels (syn. Hypocrea patella f. tropica Yoshim. Doi). The following new combinations in Trichoderma are proposed: T. brevipes (Mont.) Samuels, T. cerebriforme (Berk.) Samuels, T. latizonatum (Peck) Samuels, and T. poronioideum (A. Möller) Samuels.

The following species are lectotypified: T. americanum (Canham) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Gliocladium flavofuscum J.H. Miller, Giddens & A.A. Foster, T. inhamatum Veerkamp & W. Gams, T. konilangbra Samuels, O. Petrini & C.P. Kubicek, T. koningii Oudem., T. pezizoides (Berk. & Broome) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. sulphureum (Schwein.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr and T. virens (J.H. Miller, Giddens & A.A. Foster) Arx.

Epitypes are proposed for the following species: T. albocorneum (Yoshim. Doi) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. albofulvum (Berk. & Broome) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. atrogelatinosum (Dingley) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. corneum (Pat.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. cornu-damae(Pat.) Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, T. flaviconidium (P. Chaverri, Druzhinina & Samuels) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. hamatum (Bonord.) Bain., T. hunua (Dingley) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. patella (Cooke & Peck) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Hypocrea patella f. tropica Yoshim. Doi, T. polysporum (Link)Rifai, T. poronioideum (A. Möller) Samuels T. semiorbis (Berk.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, T. sulphureum (Schwein.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, and T. tropicosinense (P.G. Liu) P.G. Liu, Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang.

 

Species  Teleomorph Authors of the species Publication Typus Ex-type culture NCBI accession numbers tef1 NCBI accession numbers rpb2 Notes
Trichoderma aeroaquaticum na K. Yamaguchi, Tsurumi, Chuaseeharonnachi & Nakagiri Yamaguchi & al., Mycologia 104: 1113. 2012 [specimen] (BBH 27841) BCC 36135 = NBRC 108034 AB646530 AB646526
Trichoderma aerugineum Hypocrea aeruginea  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 24. 2009 [dry culture] (WU 29031a) CBS 120541 FJ860608 860516
Trichoderma aethiopicum na Mullaw, C.P. Kubicek & Samuels Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 81. 2012 [dry culture] (BPI 882291) CBS 130628 EU401616 HM182986
Trichoderma afarasin na P. Chaverri & Branco-Rocha Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 567. 2015 [dry culture] (BPI 88109) G.J.S. 99-227 = CBS 130755 = IMI 393967 AF348093 FJ463327 FJ442778 FJ442799
Trichoderma afroharzianum na P. Chaverri, F.B. Rocha, Degenkolb & I. Druzhinina Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 568. 2015 [dry culture] (BPI 881096) G.J.S. 04-186 = CBS 124620 FJ463301 FJ463401 AF469194 FJ442691 FJ442726
Trichoderma aggressivum na Samuels & W. Gams Samuels & al., Mycologia 94: 167. 2002 [dry culture] (BPI 748201) DAOM 222156 = IMI 393971 AF348098 AY605809 AF348098
Trichoderma aggressivum f. europaeum na Samuels & W. Gams Samuels & al., Mycologia 94: 167. 2002 [dry culture] (BPI 748204) CBS 100526 FJ467645 AF348089 KP008993 AF545541 FJ442706
Trichoderma albocorneum Hypocreae albocornea  (Yoshim. Doi) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Natl. Sci. Mus. 15: 712. 1972) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 145. 2013 [specimen] (TNS.D-759 = TNS-F-190171)  IFO 30608 = G.J.S. 97-28 AY937440 The culture derived from the original collection of this species has been lost. Another Japanese (Kagoshima) collection, not a paratype, was cultured by Doi and depositedas IFO 30608
Trichoderma albofulvum Hypocrea albofulva  (Berk. & Broome) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Berk. & Broome, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 14:113. 9 Oct 1873) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 145. 2013 [specimen] (Ceylon, Nuwara Eliya], No. 5 (K, ex herb. Berkeley) G.J.S. 01-265 = CBS 114787 DQ835494 KR094870 The specimen as epitype is a recent collection from Thailand that agrees with the type collection, from Sri Lanka in its morphology and geography. Its culture was derived from ascospores germinating in asci. Additional sequences deposited in GenBank for culture G.J.S. 01-234 (=CBS 114788; tef1: DQ846668, ITS: DQ84666) are divergent, representing a species in the Viride clade but distinct from T. albofulvum as accepted here. The spores isolated from this collection were not germinating in asci
Trichoderma albolutescens Hypocrea albolutescens  Walter Jaklitsch (Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 202. 2011) Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 202. 2011  [dry culture] (WU 29173a) CBS 119286 FJ860609 FJ860517
Trichoderma alcalifuscescens Hypocrea alcalifuscescens  (Overton) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Overton, in Overton & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 62. 2006) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 145. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 843638) CBS 122303 = TFC 2000-36 FJ860610 DQ834462
Trichoderma alni Hypocrea alni  Walter Jaklitsch (Jaklitsch, in Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 100: 799. 2008) Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 100: 799. 2008 [dry culture] (WU 28224a) CBS 120623 EU498312 EU398349
Trichoderma alutaceum na Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 69. 2011. [dry culture] (WU 29177a) CBS 120535 FJ179567 FJ179600 Sphaeria clavata Sowerby (Col. Fig. Engl. Mushr. 2: pl189. 1799) is sometimes given as a synonym of S. alutacea (e.g. Jaklitsch, 2011), but S. clavata is an illegitimate later homonym of S. clavata (Scop.) Weber (Spicil. Fl. Goett.287. 1778; Xylariaceae). The holotype of T. alutaceum was derived from ascospores of a collection made in the United Kingdom (WU 29177). This culture was deposited as CBS120535 and sequences were deposited.
Trichoderma amazonicum na P. Chaverri & Gazis Chaverri & al., Mycologia 103: 146. 2010 [“2011”] [dry culture] (BPI 880413) CBS 126898 HM123476 HM142367
Trichoderma americanum Hypocrea citrina  (Canham) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Canham, Mycologia 61: 320. 1969) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 145. 2013 ATCC 18574 ATCC 18574 DQ835435 DQ0005523 DQ835489 DQ835455 In the protologue for H. citrina var. americana the holotype is given as deposited in CUP and NY, and the specimen indicated as type of H. citrina var. Americana in the hand of S. C. Canham is marked ‘EX CUP 38045.’Because Susan Canham worked at NY, we presume that the NY portion is the portion she worked with and, accordingly,designate it here as lectotype
Trichoderma andinense Hypocrea andinensis  (Samuels & O. Petrini) Samuels, Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Samuels & O. Petrini, in Samuels &al., Stud. Mycol. 41: 13. 1998) Samuels, Jaklitsch & Voglmay, Mycotaxon 126: 146. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 1109854) CBS345.97 = ATCC 208857 AY956321 JN175531
Trichoderma appalachiense na Samuels & Jaklitch Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 135. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 746727) G.J.S. 97-243 = CBS 133558 DQ 307502 DQ307503 DQ307503
Trichoderma applanatum na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Mycologia 107: 332. 2015. (HMAS 266666) HMAS 245081 = CGMCC 3.17526 KJ634759 KJ634726
Trichoderma arundinaceum na Zafari, Gräfenhan & Samuels Degenkolb & al., Mycol. Prog. 7: 208. 2008 [dry culture] (BPI 878405) CBS 119575 = ATCC 90237 EU338921 EU338326
Trichoderma asperelloides na Samuels Samuels & al., Mycologia 102: 961. 2010 [dry culture] (BPI 879770) CBS 125938 GU248412 GU248411
Trichoderma asperellum na Samuels, Lieckfeldt & Nirenberg Samuels, Lieckfeldt & Nirenberg, Sydowia 51: 81. 1999 [dry culture] (BPI 746504) CBS 433.97 AF456907 AY376058 EU248617
Trichoderma atlanticum Hypocrea atlantica  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 83. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29208a) CBS 120632 FJ860649 FJ860546
Trichoderma atrobrunneum na F.B. Rocha, P. Chaverri & W. Jaklitsch Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 571. 2015 [specimen] (BPI 802854) G.J.S. 92-110 = CBS 548.92 AF443942 AF443943 FJ463297 FJ442745 FJ442735 FJ442777
Trichoderma atrogelatinosum Hypocrea atrogelatinosa  (Dingley) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Dingley, Trans. Roy. Soc. New Zealand 83: 645. 1956), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 146. 2013 [specimen] (PDD 10471) CBS 237.63 KJ871083 KJ842201 Hypocrea atrogelatinosa had no ex-type culture but Joan Dingley sent either a culture or a specimen identified as H. atrogelatinosa to John Webster, who deposited a culture in CBS as CBS 237.63. The specimen from which this culture was isolated cannot be located. It was isolated from basidiomata of a species of Bondarzewia (Russulales, Bondarzewiaceae). No specific substrate is indicated for the type collection of H. atrogelatinosa, but a paratype was collected on a species of Fuscoporia (Hymenochaetales, Hymenochaetaceae). Thus it is reasonable to interpret the species H. atrogelatinosa as growing on basidiomata of Hymenochaetaceae. We interpret the culture derived from the Fuscoporia (CBS 237.63) as being representative of the species and we designate this metabolically inactive culture as epitype of H. atrogelatinosa. Additional soil isolations made in New Zealand (LU498, LU501, LU502, LU503, LU504, LU505) can be identified as this species.
Trichoderma atroviride Hypocrea atroviridis  P. Karsten  (Dodd, Lieckfeldt & Samuels,
Mycologia 95: 36. 2003) P. Karsten, Finl. Mögelsvamp.: 21. 1892
[specimen] (BPI 748312) CBS 110086 = NBRC 10177  = ATCC MYA-2687 AF456887 AF456891 AY376051 FJ80611 EU341801 FJ806518
Trichoderma auranteffusum Hypocrea auranteffusa  Walter Jaklitsch (Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 162. 2011) Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 162. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29183a) CBS 119284 FJ860613 FJ860520
Trichoderma aureoviride Hypocrea aureoviridis  Rifai Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 34. 1969 [dry culture] (SHD-M 2663) CBS 120536 FJ665431 FJ665432 FJ860615 FJ179602 JQ 685882
Trichoderma austriacum Hypocrea austriaca  Walter Jaklitsch (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr in Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 125. 2011) Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 125. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29193a) CBS 122494 FJ860619 FJ860525
Trichoderma austrokoningii Hypocrea austrokoningii  Samuels & Druzhinina  Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 92. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 870962B) CBS 119092 DQ307561 FJ442772
Trichoderma avellaneum Hypocrea avellanea  (Rogerson & S.T. Carey) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Rogerson & S.T. Carey in Carey & Rogerson, Brittonia 28: 381. 1976)  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 146. 2013 (M.E.B. 2471) (NY, 00965531). CBS 121667 AY225857 AF545562
Trichoderma balearicum na Walter  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 42. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33371) CBS 133222 KJ665434 KJ665242
Trichoderma barbatum na Samuels  Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 233. 2011 [dry culture] (BPI 881029) CBS 125733 HQ342223 HQ342286
Trichoderma bavaricum Hypocrea bavarica  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 125. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29196a) CBS 120538 FJ860620 FJ860526
Trichoderma bissettii na Sandoval-Denis & Guarro Sandoval-Denis & al., J. Clin. Microbiol. 52: 2117. 2014 [dry culture] (CBS H21626) CBS 137447 = UTHSC 08-2443 = FMR 12635 HG931266 KJ665437 KJ665244 KJ665245
Trichoderma brevicompactum na G.F. Kraus, C.P Kubicek & W. Gams Kraus & al., Mycologia 95: 1063. 2004 [dry culture] USA, NY:  S. Petzolt & G.E.Harman (DAOM) CBS 109720 EU338299 EU338317
Trichoderma brevipes comb. nov. na (Mont.) Samuels comb. nov. MycoBank MB812025 FRENCH GUIANA: PC; isotypus BPI-Lloyd 715550 N/A N/A Samuels & Lodge (1996) described the sexual and unnamed asexual morph of this species. The culture cited here is from a New Guinean collection (BPI 737810). This culture has not been sequenced. Because this species was originally described from tropical America and the only culture for which we have a culture was collected in New Guinea, we do not epitypify the species.
Trichoderma britannicum na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Samuels & Rossman, Mycologia 84: 34. 1992, Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 106:141. 2014 [specimen] (K 177252; ex herb. Sheffield 2543, ex IMI 90311) CBS 253.62 KF134796 KF134787
Trichoderma britdaniae Hypocrea britdaniae  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycologia 104: 1216. 2012), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 146. 2014  [specimen] (K(M) 89878). N/A JQ685865 JQ685881 Ascospores did not germinate; DNA for sequencing was isolated from a stroma
Trichoderma brunneoviride Hypocrea brunneoviridis  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 100: 805. 2008 [dry culture] (WU 28233a) CBS 121130 EU498316 EU498358
Trichoderma caerulescens Hypocrea caerulescens  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Jaklitsch, Stadler & Voglmayr, Mycologia 104: 928. 2012), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 146. 2013 [2014] [dry culture] (WU 31600) CBS 130011 = S195 JN715621 JN715604
Trichoderma caesareum na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 234. 2011 [dry culture] (BPI 863896) CBS 124369 HQ342216 HQ342279
Trichoderma calamagrostidis Hypocrea calamagrostidis  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 186. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29198) CBS 121133 FJ860622 FJ860528
Trichoderma camerunense na P. Chaverri & Samuels Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 571. 2015 [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 137272) G.J.S. 99-230 = CBS 137272 AF348107 AF348108
Trichoderma capillare na Samuels & Kubicek Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 83. 2012 [dried culture] (BPI 882292) CBS 130629 JN182283 JN175585 JN182312 JN175530
Trichoderma caribbaeum Hypocrea caribbaea  Samuels & Schroers Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 105. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 746700B) G.J.S. 97-3 = CBS 119093 DQ284977 FJ442723
Trichoderma caribbaeum var. aequatoriale na Samuels & H.C. Evans Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 105. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 870965) DIS 320c = CBS 119055 = IMI 393638 DQ289010 KT028596
Trichoderma catoptron nom. cons. prop.* Hypocrea catoptron   (Berk. & Broome) P. Chaverri & Samuels (Berk. & Broome, Grevillea 12: 100. 1873) P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 43. 2004 [“2003”], [dry culture] (BPI 8543653) G.J.S. 02-76 = CBS 114232 = DAOM 232830 AY737726 AY391900 The protologue cites three specimens, viz. no. 5 in part, and no. 557, both from Sri Lanka (Central Province, Feb1865), and Dolosbagey. Four specimens in K are noted as being ‘type,’ including these three collections and no. 557 bis. The Dolosbagey specimen was described later as H. subrufa. Berk. & Cooke (Cooke 1884). The other three specimens are apparently the same species. Chaverri & Samuels (2003) designated the specimen ‘557’ as lectotype and redescribed and illustrated the species. They also described its asexual morph as Trichoderma catoptron and epitypified the species with the recent Sri Lankan specimen from which the type of H. catoptron was derived. Samuels (2014) proposed conservation of T. catoptron over H. catoptron, H. sulfurella, and H. flavovirens. Trichoderma catoptron is known only from South Africa, India and Sri Lanka. It occurs on bark of decaying trees, less frequently on decorticated wood and resupinate basidiomycetes. Chaverri & Samuels (2003) redescribed the species. It is most closely related to T. ceraceum. Chaverri& Samuels, T. cinnamomeum Chaverri & Samuels and T.stramineum (Chaverri & Samuels 2003).
Trichoderma ceciliae na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 44. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33325) CBS 130010 KJ665444 KJ665444
Trichoderma ceraceum Hypocrea ceracea  P. Chaverri & Samuels P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 45. 2004 [“2003”] [specimen] (BPI 737722) CBS 114245 = DAOM 232831 = ATCC MYA-3222 AY937437 AF545508
Trichoderma ceramicum Hypocrea ceramica  P. Chaverri & Samuels (Ellis & Everh., North Amer. Pyrenomyc. p. 85. 1892), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 47. 2004 [“2003”] USA, Connecticut: (NY 00965610) G.J.S. 88-70 = CBS 114576 AY737738 AF545510
Trichoderma cerebriforme comb. nov Hypocrea cerebriformis  (Berk.) Samuels (Berk., J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 13: 177.1872, non Beeli, Bull. Soc. Roy. Bot. Belg.: 58: 204. 1926), comb. nov.  MycoBank MB812055 Hypocrea cerebriformis B., Australia, M & B (K, ex herb. M.C. Cooke 1885) G.J.S. 85-245 = CBS 139045 KP109824 Trichoderma cerebriforme is distinctive because of the stout stipe and convoluted cap of the teleomorph. Similar species having stipitate/capitate stromata include H. brevipes Mont., H. poronioidea Möller, and H. capitata Samuels &Lodge (Samuels & Lodge 1996). H. petersii. Berk. & M.A. Curtis and H. peltata (Jungh.) Berk. have large, centrally attached stromata, the stipe being greatly reduced. Doi(1976) reported but did not illustrate a T. cf. longibrachiatum like asexual morph for T. cerebriforme based on collections made in Peru. Rogerson et al. (1990) reported the species from central Brazil (Roraima). The culture cited above was reported by Doi (in Samuels et al., 1990) from an Indonesian specimen (BPI 881335 ex NY). The sequence cited above was derived from this Indonesian collection; it indicates that T. cerebriforme may be a member of the Viride clade. Whether any of these collections made outside of Australia are actually T. cerebriformis remains to be proven, but the name is being used and for this reason we place it in Trichoderma.
Trichoderma cerinum na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakác Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 581. 2003 [dry culture] (DAOM 230012) CBS 230012 AY605802 AY937443 KF134788
Trichoderma chlorosporum Hypocrea chlorospora  P. Chaverri & Samuels (Berk. & M.A. Curtis, Grevillea 4: 14. 1875), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 49. 2004 [“2003”] [dry culture] (BPI 843656) G.J.S. 88-33 = CBS 114231 = DAOM 232832 = ATCC MYA-3223 AY737737 AY391966 AY391968 AY391903 AY391906
Trichoderma christiani na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 46. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33379). CBS 132572 KJ665438 KJ665439 KJ665243 KJ665244
Trichoderma chromospermum Hypocrea chromosperma  P. Chaverri & Samuels (M.A. Curtis & Peck, Ann. Rep. NY State Mus. Nat. Hist. 29: 56. 1878), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 51. 2004 [“2003”] [dry culture] (BPI 843683) G.J.S. 94-68 = CBS 114577 AY391973 AY391974 AY737728 AY391912 AY391913
Trichoderma cinnamomeum Hypocrea cinnamomea  P. Chaverri & Samuels P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 54. 2004 [“2003”] [specimen] (BPI 744716) G.J.S. 97-230 = CBS 114235 = ATCC MYA-3224 = DAOM 232833 AY737732 AY391979 AY391918 AY391920
Trichoderma citrinoviride  Hypocrea schweinitzii  Bissett (Sacc., Syll. Fung. 2: 522. 1883), Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 62: 926. 1984, nom. cons. prop. [dry culture] (DAOM 172792) DAOM 172792 = CBS 258.85 FJ860964 JN175544
Trichoderma citrinum Hypocrea citrina  Jaklitsch, W. Gams & Voglmayr Fr., Summa Veg. Scand. 2: 383. 1849), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126:147. 2014 Neotypus (herb. CBS
894.85).
CBS 894.85 FJ860631 DQ835411 FJ179630 AF545561
Trichoderma compactum na Z.F. Yu & K.Q. Zhang Yu & al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 92: 104. 2007 [dried culture] China: Yunnan Prov.:YMF 1.01693  CBS 121218 KF134798 DQ835411 FJ179630 AF545561
Trichoderma composticola na Samuels & Jaklitsch Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 1391. 2013 [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 133497) CBS 133497 KC285631 KC285754
Trichoderma corneum Hypocrea cornea Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Pat., J. Bot. 4: 64. 1890), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 147. 2013, Hypocrea cornea Pat., J. Bot. 4: 64. 1890 Tonkin: Forests of Mt. Bavi, on decorticated wood, May 1886, Balansa (K) None AY937431 Chaverri & Samuels (2003) redescribed this species based on their study of the types of H. cornea and H. cincta Petch. Sequences deposited in GenBank that were derived from Thai collections identified as H. cornea are diverse. Of the cultures linked to sequences, only the one cited above was deposited in CBS; it was derived from ascospores of BPI745564, identified as H. cornea. Because the stroma of this collection is morphologically consistent with the type of H.cornea, and because of the proximity of Thailand to Tonkin[Vietnam], we designate this Thai collection as epitype of H.cornea.
Trichoderma cornu-damae Hypocrea cornu-damae   Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang (Pat., Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr.11: 198. 1895), Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Mycosystema 33: 1207. 2014 China: Tibet: Su-tschuen (FH). N/A N/A Doi (1973) illustrated gliocladium-like conidiophores for this species. Among others, he cited the Japanese collection TNS-F-190012, from which a culture (NBRC 9005 = IFO 9005= G.J.S. 06-03) was derived, and which we designate here as epitype. ITS sequences derived from this culture indicate a relationship to T. brevicompactum, as do 5.8S ribosomal RNA, internal transcribed spacer 2, and 28S ribosomal RNA partial sequences of the Japanese strain 105-491 (GenBank No. AB509797; Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Kansai Research Center, Kyoto).
Trichoderma costaricense Hypocrea costaricensis  P. Chaverri, Jaklitsch,Voglmayr & Samuels (P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 58. 2004 [“2004”]), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 147. 2013 [specimen] (INB 0003527695) P.C. 21 (Lost) AY737741 AY391980 AY391921 There are apparently no live cultures of T. costaricense
Trichoderma crassum na Bissett Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2376. 1992 [“1991”] [dry culture] (DAOM 164916) JN175544 EU280048 AF534615 AF545542 The link of T. crassum to H. crassa P. Chaverri & Samuels (Chaverri & Samuels 2003) is incorrect; see T. neocrassusm
Trichoderma cremeoides na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 49. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33300) CBS 131486 KJ665456 KJ665460 KF134790 KJ665254
Trichoderma cremeum Hypocrea cremea  P. Chaverri & Samuels (P. Chaverri & Samuels, Mycologia 95:
1115. 2004 [“2003”]), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 63. 2004 [“2003”].
[dry culture] (BPI 843659) G.J.S. CBS 111146 = DAOM 231312 = ATCC MYA-2862 AY737736 AF545511
Trichoderma crystalligenum Hypocrea crystalligena  Walter Jaklitsch Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 98: 502. 2006 [dry culture] (WU 24041a) CBS 118980 DQ345342 DQ345347
Trichoderma dacrymycellum Hypocrea dacrymycella  Walter Jaklitsch (Cooke & Plowr., Grevillea 12: 100. 1884), Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 37. 2009 [specimen] (WU 29042) None FJ860633 FJ860533
Trichoderma danicum Hypocrea danica  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 41. 2009), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 148. 2013,  [specimen] (WU 29046) CBS 121273 FJ860634 FJ860534
Trichoderma decipiens Hypocrea decipiens  Jaklitsch, K Põldmaa & Samuels (Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 100: 981. 2008), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 148. 2013,  [specimen] (BPI 747356) CBS 121307 FJ860635 EF550995 DQ835520
Trichoderma delicatulum na Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 135. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29225a) CBS 120631 FJ860636 EF550996 FJ860535
Trichoderma deliquescens* Hypocrea lutea (Sopp) Jaklitsch (Petch, J. Bot. 75: 231. 1937), Jaklitsch, Fungal, Divers. 48: 176. 2011 Epitypus H. lutea: [specimen] UK: (WU 29232) CBS 121131 FJ860644 FJ179609
Trichoderma dingleyae Hypocrea dingleyae Samuels & Dodd Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 108. 2006  [specimen] (PDD 83838) CBS 119056 AF348117 DQ289008 J665467 EU341803 KJ665257 Gliocladium viride Matr. is recognized to be an older facultative synonym of G. deliquescens Sopp (e.g., Jaklitsch 2011) but the existence of the name Trichoderma viride Pers. 1791 precludes transfer of the epithet to Trichoderma. At the rank of species, the name Gliocladium deliquescens has priority from 1912, while the anctioned (Fries, Syst. Mycol. 2: 336. 1823) and older epithet ‘lutea’ dates from 1791, but only at an undefined  infraspecific rank; at species rank it dates from 1937. However, because G. deliquescens (≡ T. deliquescens) is typified by an asexual morph, while H. lutea is typified by a teleomorph, and both are in current use, Art. 57.2 requires that a proposal to conserve H. lutea be submitted and rejected before adopting the older asexual morph-typified name (Samuels 2014). 
Trichoderma dorotheae Hypocrea dorotheae Samuels & Dodd Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 112. 2006 [specimen] (PDD 83839) G.J.S. 99-202 = CBS 119089 = ICMP 16288. DQ307536 EU248602
Trichoderma effusum na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 575. 2003 [dry culture] (DAOM 23000) DAOM 230007 AY937419 KJ665473 KJ665260
Trichoderma eijii na C. S. Kim & N. Maekawa Kim & al., Mycol. Prog. 12: 744. 2012 [specimen] (TUMH 40457) TUFC 100002 = CBS 133190 JX684011 X238484
Trichoderma endophyticum na .B. Rocha, Samuels & P. Chaverri Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 573. 2015 [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 130729) DIS 217a = CBS 130729 = IMI 395208 FJ463319 HQ022776 FJ967822 FJ442775 FJ442721
Trichoderma epimyces Hypocrea epimyces, Hypocrea vinosa Jaklitsch (Patouillard, Tabulae Analyticae Fungorum 4: 175. 1891), Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 100: 808. 2008 [dry culture] (WU 28237a) CBS 120524 X238484 EU498360
Trichoderma erinaceus na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 583. 2003 [dry culture] (DAOM 230019). DAOM 230019 AY7508880 DQ109547 EU248603 EU248604 Unidentified Hypocrea rufa-like stromata collected once in Sri Lanka (BPI 871397, culture G.J.S. 02-103 = CBS 126393; tef1: KR873098, rpb2: KR870399). 
Trichoderma estonicum Hypocrea estonica P. Chaverri & Samuels (P. Chaverri & Samuels, Mycologia 95: 111. 2003 [2004]), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 66. 2004 [“2003”] [dry culture] (BPI 843661) G.J.S. 96-129 = CBS 111147 = ATCC MYA-2864 AY737733 AF534604 FJ860637 AF545514 FJ860536
Trichoderma eucorticioides H. eucorticioides (Overton) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Overton, I Overton & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 55. 2006), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 148. 2013 Argentina: 1911, C. Spegazzini 911 (LPS 1719). None. Representative culture (G.J.S. 99-61) lost DQ835502 DQ835574 DQ835520 Overton et al. (2006) noted that the type specimen of H. corticioides is overmature and in poor shape. They cited two additional collections, respectively from Costa Rica and Venezuela. The Costa Rican specimen was cultured (G.J.S. 99-61) and the culture was sequenced, but the culture was subsequently lost. Gene sequences for this specimen were deposited in GenBank (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr 2014a) and this is the basis of our understanding of the species. Overton et al. (ibid.) also recognized the earlier published H. corticioides Berk. & Broome and introduced the replacement name, H. eucorticioides for Speg.’s species. The type specimen of H. corticioides Berk. & Broome (K!) is Stilbocrea macrostoma (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Höhnel. Hypocrea corticioides Ellis & Everh. was renamed as H. corticiicola Ellis & Everh. (N. Am. Pyren.: 83. 1892). The type packet of H. corticiicola (NY 00965604) was annotated by Y. Doi (1974) as “… A young form of a species of Protocrea? or a species of Aphyllophorales?” and G. J. Samuels in 2001 annotated the specimen: “… NOT Hypocreopsis, possibly Protocrea. Apparently the same as H. subcarnea Ellis & Everh. 1887.”
Trichoderma europaeum na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 52. 2015 [specimen] (WU 29250) CBS 121276 AY392009 FJ179574 KJ665476 FJ179610 KJ665264
Trichoderma euskadiense na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 53. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33367) CBS 130013 KJ665492 KJ665269
Trichoderma evansii na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycologia 101: 149. 2009 [dry culture] (BPI 878744) CBS 123079 EU883563 EU883558
Trichoderma fertile na Bissett Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2382. 1992 [“1991”] [dry culture] (DAOM 167161) DAOM 167161 AY605801 AF534617 AF545545 AF545546
Trichoderma flagellatum na Mullaw, C.P. Kubicek &
Samuels
Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 89. 2012 [dry culture] (BPI 882293) CBS 130626 FJ763149 FJ763184 JN258688 KR297247
Trichoderma flaviconidium Hypocrea flaviconidia P. Chaverri, Druzhinina & Samuels (Druzhinina & al., Stud. Mycol. 50: 404. 2004), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 148. 2013 Costa Rica (INB 3862698, Isotype BPI 746538) Lost, G.J.S. 99-51 AY665710 665711 DQ883557 The authors of H. flaviconidia noted that of the three collections of this species, only one was suitable to serve as the type; unfortunately the culture derived from that collection was no longer viable. Two paratypes were citedand their cultures were sequenced and preserved in CBS (CBS 130688, 116238). In order to stabilize this name, we designate one of them as epitype.
Trichoderma flavipes Hypocrea cinereoflava (Peck) Seifert, Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Samuels & Seifert in Seifert & Samuels, Mycologia 89: 515. 1997), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 148. 2014 USA: Alabama, (BPI 802847) G.J. S. 92-102 = DAOM 22238 = CBS 123070 DQ834454 DQ834461
Trichoderma floccosum na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 234. 2011 [dry culture] (BPI 871616). G.J.S. 01-238 = CBS 124372 HQ342218 HQ342281
Trichoderma foliicola Hypocrea foliicola Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycologia 104:
1218. 2012), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2014 [“2013”]
[specimen] (WU 31611) (ex-type culture CBS 130008 = Hypo 645) CBS 130008 JQ685862 JQ685876
Trichoderma fomiticola Hypocrea fomiticola Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 50. 2009 [specimen] (WU29050) CBS 121136 FJ860639 FJ860538
Trichoderma gamsii na Samuels & Druzhinina Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 168. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 872183) G.J.S. 06-09 = CBS 120075 DQ307541 DQ841722 JN133561
Trichoderma gelatinosum* na P. Chaverri & Samuels P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 68. 2003 [“2004”] [dry culture] (BPI 747556) CBS 114246 = DAOM 232835 AY391983 FJ179569 AY391924 FJ179604 The type of T. gelatinosum was derived from ascospores of a collection made in Austria; this collection is the epitype of H. gelatinosa. The culture from that specimen was deposited (CBS 114246) and sequenced (Chaverri & Samuels 2003). The name T. gelatinosum needs protection over Sphaeria cupularis as it is Tode´s “gelatinosa” not Chaverri & Samuels´ “gelatinosum” that was sanctioned, unless the proposal of Hawksworth & al. (2013; Hawksworth 2015) is adopted when the citation in Trichoderma would become “(Tode) P. Chaverri & Samuels”. 
Trichoderma ghanense na Yoshim Doi, Y. Abe & Sugiyama, Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 13: 3. 1987 [dry culture] TNS-F-237181 G.J.S. 95-137 = ATCC 208858 = IAM 13109 AY 937423 JN175559
Trichoderma gillesii na Samuels Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 91. 2012 France: (BPI 882294) CBS 130435 JN175583 JN175527
Trichoderma gliocladium na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 55. 2015 [specimen] (WU 32187) CBS 130009 KJ665502 KJ665271
Trichoderma gracile na Samuels & Szakács Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 94. 2012 [dry culture] (BPI 882295) CBS 130009 KJ665502 KJ665271
Trichoderma guizhouense na Q.-R. Li, E.H.C. McKenzie & Yong Wang bis Q.-R. Li & al., Mycol. Prog. 12: 170. 2012 [dry culture] (HGUPd0038) HGUP 0038 = CBS 131803 JN215484 JX089585 Q901400 JQ901401
Trichoderma hamatum na (Bonord.)  Bain., Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 22: 131. 1906 Epitypus (hic designatus, MBT 201072): CANADA [dry culture] (DAOM 167057) Ex-epitype culture: DAOM 167057 AF456911 AY750893 AF545548 Bonorden did not cite a specific specimen in the protologue to V. hamatum, but his illustration (Fig. 117) can easily be interpreted as representing our modern concept of T. hamatum. Bissett (1991) noted the lack of type material and commented on Fig. 117, but he designated a neotype for this species. Under Art. 9.2 of ICN the illustration published with the protologue of Verticillium hamatum has to be adopted as lectotype of this species as it is a part of the “original material” in the sense of the ICN. The culture designated by Bissett (1991) as neotype for T. hamatum (DAOM 167057) should therefore be regarded as epitype of V. hamatum. Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (2014) described a teleomorph with yellow-brown to dull orange stromata and colorless ascospores. 
Trichoderma harzianum na Rifai Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 38. 1969 Neotypus: [dry culture] (CBS 226.95) Ex-neotype culture: CBS 226.95 AF348101 AF348100 AF348092 AF545549 Trichoderma harzianum has been known to be a species complex for several years (Chaverri et al., 2003b; Druzhinina et al., 2010). Chaverri et al. (2015) recognized several taxonomic species in the complex.
Trichoderma hausknechtii na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 59. 2015 [specimen] (WU 32168) CBS 133493 KJ665515 KJ665276
Trichoderma helicolixii na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 61. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33410) CBS 133499 KJ665517 KJ665276
Trichoderma helicum na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 575. 2003 [dry culture] (DAOM 230022) DAOM 230022 EU280055 DQ087239
Trichoderma hispanicum Hypocrea hispanica Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 104: 935. 2012), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2014 [“2013”] [specimen] (WU 31606) CBS 130540 = S453 JN715659 JN715600
Trichoderma hunua Hypocrea hunua (Dingley) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Dingley, Trans. Roy. Soc. New Zealand 79: 327. 1952) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2013 [specimen] (PDD 1055) Ex-epitype culture CBS 238.63 AF401011 The original gathering of H. hunua was not cultured. Joan Dingley sent a subsequently collected specimen and/or culture (Dingley No. 5) of this species to John Webster, who deposited the culture in CBS (CBS 238.63). A dry culture was made and deposited in CBS (H 13531). We designate the dry culture as epitype. This culture has been sequenced and included in phylogenetic analysis. Thus the name ‘Hypocrea hunua’ is in current use and representative sequences have been deposited in GenBank. However, the specimen from which the culture CBS 238.63 was derived cannot be located (PDD) and is presumed lost. Thus its identity as H. hunua is uncertain. However, the phylogenetic results with Webster/Dingley’s culture of this species (Kullnig-Gradinger et al. 2002) that is deposited in CBS is consistent with the morphology of part of the type that is now deposited in K (as IMI 50433). Sequences under this name are deposited in GenBank and Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (2014) have commented on its phylogenetic position in their list of Trichoderma/ Hypocrea species based on this culture. Thus there is an established taxonomy and literature for H./T. hunua. Stability of this name is served by adopting an epitype as we do here, despite the uncertainty about the provenance of CBS 238.63 
Trichoderma inhamatum na Veerkamp & W. Gams Veerkamp & W. Gams, Caldasia 13: 710. 1983 Lectotypus (hic designatus, MBT 202387): [dry culture] COLOMBIA: (CBS H-18863) CBS 273.78 AF348099 FJ442725 Three dry cultures (CBS H-18863, CBS H-18864, CBS H-18865) were made from the same ex-type culture of T. inhamatum and deposited in the herbarium of CBS. We presume them all to be isotypes; accordingly, designate one of them as lectotype.
Trichoderma intricatum Hypocrea intricata Samuels & Dodd Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 112. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 745751B) G.J.S. 97-88 = CBS 119059 AY376060 EU241505
Trichoderma istrianum na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 63. 2015 [specimen] (WU 33354) CBS 130639 KJ665522 KJ665280
Trichoderma italicum na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 65. 2015 [specimen examined] (WU 33310). CBS 132567 KJ665525 KJ665282
Trichoderma ivoriense na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 237. 2011 [dry culture] (BPI 881030) CBS 125734 HQ342217 HQ342280
Trichoderma junci Hypocrea junci Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 13. 2011 [dry culture] WU 29229a. CBS 120926 FJ860641 FJ860540
Trichoderma konilangbra na Samuels, O. Petrini & C.P. Kubicek Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 41: 21. 1998 Lectotypus (hic designatus, MBT 201074): [metabolically
inactive culture] Uganda,  (CBS 100808 = G.J.S. 96-145)
Ex-neotype culture: G.J.S. 96-145 = CBS 100808 = ATCC 208860 = IMI 378807 JN258681 KJ665284 The protologue of T. konilangbra indicates that the type is a dry culture deposited in BPI (s.n.) however this material has evidently been lost. Accordingly we designate the metabolically inactive ex-type culture deposited as CBS 100808 as lectotype.
Trichoderma koningii Hypocrea koningii Oudemans Oudemans & Koning, Arch. Néerl. Sci. Exactes nat. sér. 2: 29I. 1902. Epitypus: THE NETHERLANDS (CBS 457.96) Ex-epitype culture: CBS 457.96 AY376054 DQ288991 KC285594 FJ442761 Because Lieckfeldt et al. (1998) did not locate a type specimen from Rifai for T. koningii, they designated a neotype (a dry culture, BPI 744887). However the illustration provided with the original description should have been designated as lectotype; thus BPI 744887 and its corresponding culture (CBS 457.96) are to be regarded as epitype and ex-epitype culture, respectively. 
Trichoderma koningiopsis Hypocrea koningiopsis Samuels, C. Suarez & H.C. Evans Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 117. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 802571B) CBS 119075 AF4456910 DQ284966 DQ381954
Trichoderma kunigamense na Yabuki & Okuda Yabuki & al., Mycoscience 55: 201. 2014 [specimen] JAPAN (TNS-F-38436) TAMA 0193= NBRC 109640 AB807645 AB807657
Trichoderma lacuwombatense Hypocrea lacuwombatensis (B.S. Lu, Druzhinina & Samuels) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (B.S. Lu, Druzhinina & Samuels, Mycologia 96: 338. 2004), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2014 [“2013”] [specimen] (PDD 77489) (isotypus BPI 746621)  CBS 122668 =  G.J.S. 99-198 AY240863 AY937452 KJ665286 KJ842157
Trichoderma lanuginosum na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 240. 2011 [specimen] BPI 863853 CBS 125718 HQ342221 HQ342284
Trichoderma latizonatum Hypocrea latizonata (Peck) Samuels comb. nov., MycoBank MB812057 [specimen] (NYS Specimen f 1661) [specimen] “A very curious species sent from Ohio under the above name [H. lati-zonata], by Prof. A.P. Morgan. Parasitic on Cyathus striatus, Hoff.” (NYS Specimen f 1661). Sundberg & Kost (1989) redescribed this remarkable, distinctive, host-specific Trichoderma from North America. This unmistakable species has not been cultured or sequenced.
Trichoderma leguminosarum na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 68. 2015 [specimen examined] (WU 33397) CBS 30014 KJ665551 KJ665288
Trichoderma lentiforme Hypocrea lentiformis (Rehm) P. Chaverri, Samuels & F.B. Rocha (Rehm, Hedwigia 37: 193 (1898)), Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 577. 2015 [specimen] Brazil: (isotypus HBG #812). G.J.S. 98-6 = CBS 100542 AF469195 AF443931 FJ442687 FJ442749
Trichoderma leucopus na Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 73. 2011 [dry culture] WU 29231a CBS 122499 FJ179571 FJ179570 FJ179605 FJ179606
Trichoderma lieckfeldtiae na Samuels Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycologia 101: 149. 2009 [dry culture] BPI 878745 CBS 123049 EU856326 EU883526
Trichoderma lixii Hypocrea lixii (Pat.) P. Chaverri Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 578. 2015
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: on hymenium of Ganoderma pourii, Jul. 1891, Lix (FH). Ex-epitype culture: G.J.S. 97-96 = CBS 110080 = ATCC MYA-2478). AF443938 FJ716622 KJ665290 Chaverri & Samuels (2002) considered H. lixii to be the sexual morph of T. harzianum. A revision of the T. harzianum species complex (Chaverri et al., 2015), however, shows that T. lixii and T. harzianum are closely related but distinct species.
Trichoderma longibrachiatum na Rifai Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 42. 1969 [dry culture] USA: Ohio: Hamilton County, Duck Creek, on wood, 12 Sep. 1961, W.B. Cooke 4576 (SHD-M). CBS 816.68 = ATCC 18648 EU401591 DQ087242
Trichoderma longipile Hypocrea longipilosa Bissett Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2395. 1992 [“1991”]; as ‘longipilis’ [dry culture] (DAOM 177227-1a) DAOM 177227-1a AF534622 AF545550
Trichoderma luteffusum Hypocrea luteffusa Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 92. 2011 [dry culture] WU 29236a CBS 120537 FJ860645 FJ860643 FJ860543 FJ860542
Trichoderma luteocrystallinum Hypocrea luteocrystallina Jaklitsch, Siepe & L.G. Krieglsteiner Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 182. 2011 [dry culture] WU 29237a CBS 123828 FJ860646 FJ860544
Trichoderma lycogaloides  Hypoxylon lycogaloides  (Berk. & Broome) Jaklitsch, Lechat & Voglmayr  (Berk. & Broome, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 14: 120 (1873) [1875]), Lechat & Voglmayr, Mycologia 106: 135. 2014 [specimen] (K(M) 177253; G.H.K. Thwaites 1090)  CBS 123493  KF134800  KF134792 
Trichoderma margaretense  Hypocrea margaretensis  Walter Jaklitsch  Fungal Divers. 48: 167. 2011 [specimen] (WU 29201) CBS 120540 FJ860625  FJ860529 
Trichoderma martiale  na Samuels  Hanada & al., Mycol. Res. 112: 1342. 2008  [dry culture] (BPI 878377) CBS 123052 EU248618  EU248597 
Trichoderma matsushimae  na (Abdullah & J. Webster) K. Yamaguchi, Tsurumi, Chuaseehar & Nakagiri  (Abdullah & J. Webster, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 80: 249. 1983), Yamaguchi & al., Mycologia 104: 1115. 2012  UK: Aberdeenshire: (HME 3704; IMI 266915 authenticated specimen) IMI 266015 = HME 3704  AB646539 Although the oldest epithet for this species is Pap. viridis. in Trichoderma the epithet ‘viride’ is occupied. The next available epithet is ‘matsushimae,’ which they have adopted here 
Trichoderma mediterraneum  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 70. 2015  [specimen examined] (WU 33334) CBS 136459 KJ665568  KJ665296  Trichoderma mediterraneum, very common in southern Europe (Jaklitsch & Vogllmayr, 2015), may be a species complex comprising three or more phylogenetic species 
Trichoderma medusae  na Samuels  Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 245. 2011  [dry culture] (BPI 863841) CBS 125719 HQ342214  HQ342277 
Trichoderma megalocitrinum  Hypocrea megalocitrina  (Yoshim. Doi) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Natl. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 15: 669. 1972) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2013 [specimen] (TNS.D-50 = TNS-F-223220. Isotype NY No. 00965630)  (Lost) B.E.O. 00-09 AY225855  AF545563  The ex-type culture of H. megalocitrina has evidently been lost; sequences derived from it are deposited in GenBank 
Trichoderma melanomagnum  Hypocrea melanomagna  P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 77. 2004 [“2003”]  [dry culture] (BPI 843663) CBS 114236 HQ342214  HQ342277  AY391926 
Trichoderma microcitrinum  Hypocrea microcitrina  (Yoshim. Doi) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 15: 667. 1972), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 149. 2013 [specimen] (TNS.D-181 = TNS-F 223325)  na DQ835449  DQ835450  DQ835478 DQ835479 DQ835460 DQ835462 This species was originally described from Japan. The cultures cited above were cited by Overton et al. (2006) and were collected in the U.S.A. For this reason we do not designate either as an epitype 
Trichoderma mienum  na C. S. Kim, Nakagiri & N. Maekawa  Kim & al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 102: 638. 2012  [specimen] (TMI 10313) TUFC 61533 = CBS 132690  JQ621978  JQ621968 
Trichoderma minutisporum  Hypocrea minutispora  (Bissett, Can. J), B.S. Lu (Lu & al., Mycologia 96: 335. 2004), Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2396. 1992 [“1991”],  [specimen] (BPI 1109373) DAOM 167069 KJ665612  KJ665314 
Trichoderma moravicum  Hypocrea moravica  Jaklitsch (Petrak, Ann. Mycol. 38: 260. 1940), Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 208. 2011, [dry culture} (WU29283a) Ex-epitype culture: CBS 120539 FJ860651  FJ860548  FJ860549 
Trichoderma neocrassum  Hypocrea crassa  Samuels, nom. nov., MycoBank MB812058 (P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 61. 2004, non T. crassum Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2376. 1992) [specimen] (BPI 843647) CBS 114230 JN133572  AY481587  Chaverri & Samuels (2003) reported that T. crassum Bissett and the newly described H. crassa were an asexual morph/teleomorph pair, but this link is not supported by an unpublished molecular phylogenetic analysis. Hypocrea crassa is distinct both from T. crassum and the closely related T. virens (J.H. Miller et al.) Arx 
Trichoderma neokoningii  na Samuels & Soberanis  Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 172. 2006  [dry culture] (BPI 872182) CBS 120070 KJ665620  KJ665318 
Trichoderma neorufoides  Hypocrea neorufoides  Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 25. 2011  [dry culture] WU 29296a CBS 119506 FJ860553  FJ860553 
Trichoderma neorufum  Hypocrea neorufa  (Samuels, Dodd & Lieckfeldt) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Dodd & al., Mycol. Prog. 1: 421. 2002), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 150. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 744493) CBS 111144  FJ860653  FJ860550 
Trichoderma neosinense  na Samuels & Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 139. 2013  [specimen] (BPI 749315) CBS 134884 KJ665624  KC285777 
Trichoderma neotropicale  na P. Chaverri & F.B. Rocha  Chaverri & al., 107: 580. 2015  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 130633)  G.J.S. 11-185 = CBS 130633  FJ967803  FJ967825  HQ022771 
Trichoderma nothescens  na Samuels & Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 143. 2013  [specimen] (BPI 8456813) CBS 134882 DQ307512  EU241498 
Trichoderma novae-zelandiae  Hypocrea novae-zelandiae  (Samuels & O. Petrini) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 41: 25. 1998), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 150. 2013 [specimen] (PDD 46792) CBS 496.97 = CBS 639.92 = G.J.S 81-265  AY865639  AY937448  JN133563 
Trichoderma nybergianum  Hypocrea nybergiana  (T. Ulvinen & H. Chamberlain) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Hypocrea nybergiana in Chamberlain & al., Karstenia 44: 21. 2004), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 150. 2014 [specimen] (OULU F 49597) None FJ179575  FJ179611 
Trichoderma oblongisporum  na Bissett  Bissett. Can. J. Bot. 69: 2398. 1992 [‘1991’]  [dry culture] (DAOM 176226) DAOM 176226 AY750884  AF534623  AF545551 
Trichoderma ochroleucum  Hypocrea ochroleuca (Berk. & Ravenel) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Berk. & Ravenel in Berkeley, Grevillea 4: 14. 1875) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 150. 2014. USA: South Carolina: (K, ISOTYPE NY 00965640)  None. Representative culture: CBS 119502. FJ860659  FJ860556  A second specimen in NY (00965641) identified as H. ochroleuca from the herbarium of J.S. Billings is annotated as being ‘ex herb. Rav.’ and is probably an isotype but the specimen lacks collecting information. Jaklitsch (2011) described an asexual morph for H. ochroleuca based on a British collection. Because he did not have a culture of a collection made in North America he did not epitypify the species with the British material 
Trichoderma olivascens  na Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr, Persoonia 33: 121. 2013  [specimen] (WU 31622) CBS 132574 KC285624  KC285752 
Trichoderma oligosporum  na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Mycologia 107: 335. 2015  [specimen]  (HMAS 252870) HMAS 245079 = CGMCC 3.17527  KJ634764  KJ634731 
Trichoderma orientale  Hypocrea orientalis  (Samuels & O. Petrini) Samuels & Jaklitsch  (Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 41: 30. 1998,) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 151. 2014  [specimen] (BPI 1109853) CBS 130428  EU401581  JN175573  JQ685868  JN175522  JQ685884 
Trichoderma ovalisporum  na Samuels & Schroers  Holmes & al., Mycol. Prog. 3: 204. 2004  [dry culture] (BPI 843692) CBS 133299 AY376037  FJ442742 
Trichoderma pachypallidum  Hypocrea pachypallida  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 107. 2011  [specimen] (WU 29327a) CBS 122126 FJ860662  JQ685879 
Trichoderma parapiluliferum  Hypocrea parapilulifera  (B.S. Lu, Druzhinina & Samuels) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Lu & al., Mycologia 96: 331. 2004.), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycologia 96: 331. 2004, Mycotaxon 126: 151. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 112832) CBS 112771  FJ179578  AY937444  FJ179614 
Trichoderma parareesei  na Jaklitsch, Druzhinina & Atanasova Atanasova & Jaklitsch et al., Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 76: 7259. 2010  [dry culture] (WU 30015) CBS 125925 GQ354353  HM182963 
Trichoderma pararogersonii  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 73. 2015  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 133496)  CBS 133496 KJ665625  KJ665320 
Trichoderma paratroviride  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 75. 2015 [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 136489)  CBS 136489 KJ665627  KJ7665321 
Trichoderma paraviridescens  Hypocrea viridescens  Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr, Persoonia 31: 128. 2013  [specimen] (WU 24029)  CBS 119321 DQ672610  KC285763 Jaklitsch et al. (2006) incorrectly regarded the new sexual morph H. viridescens as identical with Eidamia viridescens 
Trichoderma parepimyces  Hypocrea parepimyces  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 66. 2009  [dry culture] WU 29107a CBS 122769 FJ860664  FJ860562 
Trichoderma parestonicum  Hypocrea parestonica  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Stud. Mycol. 63: 69. 2009 [dry culture] WU 29110a CBS 120636  FJ860666  FJ860565 
Trichoderma parmastoi  Hypocrea parmastoi  (Overton) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Overton & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 62. 2006), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 151. 2014 [specimen] (BPI 843639) TFC 97-143  FJ860668  DQ834456  FJ860567  DQ834463 
Trichoderma patella  Hypocrea patella  (Cooke & Peck) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Peck, Ann. Rep. New York State Mus. Nat. Hist. 29: 57. 1878 [“1876”])  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 151. 2014  [specimen] (BPI 1112910) CBS 110081 AY937427  KJ665323  Dodd et al. (2002) identified several collections and cultures as H. patella. From among them we select here a collection from Maryland as epitype. Dodd et al. (2002) recognized two forms of H. patella, including f. patella and f. tropica Yoshim. Doi. In the present work we elevate f. tropica to species rank as T. patellotropicum 
Trichoderma patellotropicum Samuels, stat. nom. nov.  Hypocrea patella f. tropica  Yoshim, Samuels  (Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Natn. Sci. Mus. Tokyo B, Botany 1: 14. 1975) MycoBank MB812059 [specimen] (D.1521 = TNS-F-224610) None AY937428  AF487661 
Trichoderma paucisporum  na Samuels, C. Suárez & K. Solis  Samuels & al., Mycol. Res. 110: 390. 2006  [dry culture] (BPI 870953) CBS 118645 DQ109540  FJ150787 
Trichoderma peltatum  Hypocrea peltata  (Berk.) Samuels, Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Berk., Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 3: 206. 1851), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 151. 2014  [specimen] (L00532089, Herb. L 910.250.1421)  None EF392731  KR135819  KR135820  KR135822  HQ260609  HQ260610 Several species have been listed as synonyms of H. peltata (Samuels & Ismaiel 2011), but their types were collected over a wide, mainly Southern Hemisphere, geographic range. The type of Sphaeria peltata was collected in Indonesia. We do not have cultures from Indonesia, but sequences of Japanese collections are highly similar to those obtained from collections made in the USA, indicating the likelihood of a single species with a wide distribution. Druzhinina et al. (2007) reported the isolation of ‘Hypocrea sp. MKZ-2007a’’ (tef1: EF392731, rpb2: EF392733) from human lung tissue; that fungus was T. peltatum 
Trichoderma petersenii  Hypocrea petersenii  Samuels, Dodd & Schroers  Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 122. 2006  [dry culture] (BPI 864092B) CBS 119051 DQ284979  DQ289004  DQ289000 FJ442783 FJ860568 Originally described from the USA (Tennessee), T. petersenii appears to be a cosmpolitan and common species 
Trichoderma pezizoides* Hypocrea pezizoides  (Berk. & Broome) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Berk. & Broome, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 14: 112. 1875; nom. cons. prop. Non Trichoderma pezizoideum Wallr., Fl. Germ. 2: 246. Feb–Mar 1833; nom. rej. prop.)  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 152. 2014  [specimens] (BPI 715639) None AY225859  JN715610  There are two collections of H. pezizoidea in Berkeley’s herbarium; they appear to be parts of the same gathering. The portion in the Lloyd herbarium comprises a single stroma, which is identical to the other parts of this number in Berkeley’s herbarium. Samuels (2014) proposed conservation of H. pezizoides over the older T. pezizoideum Wallr. Sequences of the representative cultures place this species in the Viride clade of Trichoderma. Sequences deposited in GenBank are diverse and may represent more than one species. The sequenced culture of one of the cited representative cultures cited here was derived from ascospores (specimen THAILAND, BPI 841389) germinating in asci, giving us a high degree of confidence of its identity. However that culture has been lost 
Trichoderma phellinicola  Hypocrea phellinicola  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 143. 2011 [dry culture] WU 29402a CBS 119283 FJ860672BS  FJ860569 
Trichoderma phyllostachydis  Hypocrea phyllostachydis  P. Chaverri & Samuels  (Chaverri & al., Mycol. Prog. 3: 33. Feb 2004.) P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 80. 2004 [“2003”]  [dry culture] (BPI 843665) G.J.S. 92-81 = CBS 114637 = DAOM 232100 = ATCC MYA -3067 AY737745  AY391986  AF545513  AY391927 
Trichoderma piluliferum  Hypocrea pilulifera  J. Webster & Rifai  Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 16. 1969  UK: Yorkshire: (SHD-M 2638)  CBS 814.68 AY737747  FJ860674  AF545519 FJ179615 For comments see Lu et al. (2004) 
Trichoderma pinnatum  na Samuels  Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 99. 2012  [dry culture] (BPI 882296)  CBS 131292  JN175571  JN175515 
Trichoderma placentula  Hypocrea placentula  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 120. 2011  (WU 29410) 120924 FJ179580  FJ179616 
Trichoderma pleuroti  na S.H. Yu & M.S. Park  Park & al., Mycobiology 34: 111. 2006; [as ‘pleurotum’]  [dry culture] KOREA: (CNUMH 501 Mycological Herbarium, Chungnam National University, Korea) CBS 124387 HM142382  EU279975  HM142372 
Trichoderma pleuroticola  na S.H. Yu & M.S. Park  Park & al., Mycobiology 34: 112. 2006  [dry culture] KOREA: (CNUMH 601 Mycological Herbarium, Chungnam National University, Korea)  CNUMH 601 = CBS 124383  HM142381  EU918160  HM142371 
Trichoderma polysporum = T. croceum = T. stellatum Hypocrea pachybasioides, H. stellata (Link) Rifai Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 18. 1969, (Trichoderma stellatum B.S. Lu, Druzhinina & Samuels, in Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 153. 2014), (Hypocrea stellata B.S. Lu, Druzhinina & Samuels, in Lu & al., Mycologia 96: 333. 2004) H. stellata [specimen] (PDD 77488, isotypus: BPI 746610) Ex-epitype culture: CBS 820.68 AY750866  FJ860661  Fj179613 JQ685878 S.J. Hughes (1958: 812) studied the specimens of both S. polysporum and Aleurisma sporulosum (L), placing both species in synonymy with T. sporulosum (ibid.: 820). He wrote the following about the type collection of S. polysporum (S.J. Hughes, hand-written notes deposited in DAOM): “[dots white or cream coloured now squashed on rotten bark]. [looks like Trichoderma candidum (Sacc.) but no curly hyphae seen] [Trichoderma (white) no spirals.]” Because it was sanctioned by Fries, the name polysporum was subsequently given preference over sporulosum. Rifai (Mycol. Pap. 116: 21. 1969) considered Gams C306 to be typical of T. polysporum. Accordingly, we designate this metabolically inactive culture as epitype of Sporotrichum polysporum here. Bissett (1991) distinguished between T. polysporum and H. pachybasioides on the basis of morphology. However, phylogenetic analyses (Lu et al., 2004; Jaklitsch, 2011) have demonstrated that cultures isolated directly from substrate and identifiable as T. polysporum cluster with cultures isolated from ascospores of specimens identifiable as H. pachybasioides, including cultures studied by Bissett. Moreover, T. polysporum appears to represent a species complex that includes T. croceum and T. stellatum, which we include here as synonyms of T. polysporum (Lu et al., 2004; Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, 2015;Bissett unpubl.). Future study focused on this complex may resolve additional species, including some that today we consider as synonyms.
Trichoderma poronioideum  Hypocrea poronioidea  (A. Möller) Samuels comb. nov. (A. Möller, Phycom. Ascom.:. 295. 1901), MycoBank MB812060 BRAZIL: (FH-GEN; annotated as “authentic”) Ex-epitype culture: CBS 139046 KP109823 Samuels & Lodge (1996) described the sexual and unnamed asexual morphs of this distinctive species. DNAsequences indicate that T. poronioideum is a member of the Viride clade, closely related to T. asperellum.
Trichoderma priscilae  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 77. 2014  [specimen] (WU 33327) CBS 131487 KJ665691  KJ665333 
Trichoderma protopulvinatum  Hypocrea protopulvinata  (Yoshim. Doi), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr (Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Natl. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 15: 695. 1972) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 152. 2013  [specimen] (TNS-D-365 = TNS-F-223431, isotypus NY No. 0965650)  CBS 739.83 FJ860676  FJ860574 
Trichoderma protrudens  na Samuels & P. Chaverri  Degenkolb & al., Mycol. Prog. 7: 212. 2008  [dry culture] BPI (878378) CBS 121320 FJ860677  FJ860574 
Trichoderma pseudocandidum  Hypocrea candida  P. Chaverri, Samuels & Minnis  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 40. 2004 [“2003”], Mycotaxon 109: 246. 2009 [dry culture] (BPI 843652) CBS 114249 AY737742  AY391962  AY391891 
Trichoderma pseudogelatinosum  Hypocrea pseudogelatinosa  (M. Komatsu & Yoshim. Doi) C.S. Kim  (M. Komatsu & Yoshim. Doi, Rep. Tottori Mycol. Inst. 10: 425. 1973), Kim & al., Pl. Pathol. J. 28: 347. 2012 [specimen] TNS-F-192712 CNUN309  HM920202  HM920173 
Trichoderma pseudokoningii  Hypocrea pseudokoningii  Rifai Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 41: 36. 1998, Rifai, Mycol. Pap. 116: 45. 1969 “Habitat ad ligna, AUSTRALIA australi, Mayo 1963, P.H.B. Talbot ” (SHD M 5116).  CBS 408.91 = DAOM 167678 = ATCC 298861 JN175588 JN175535  When they proposed the new species H. pseudokoningii, Samuels et al. (1998) said that the holotypes of both morphs were the same specimen. Therefore T. pseudokoningii and H. pseudokoningii are obligate synonyms 
Trichoderma pseudolacteum  na C.S. Kim & N. Maekawa  Kim & al., Mycol. Prog. 12: 746. 2012   [specimen] (TMI 8484)  TUFC 61490 = CBS 133191  JX175588  JX175535 
Trichoderma pseudonigrovirens  Hypocrea nigrovirens  P. Chaverri, Samuels & Minnis  (Chaverri & al., Mycologia 93: 759. 2001), Minnis & al., Mycotaxon 109: 246. 2009  [dry culture] BPI 843664  CBS 1143340 AY377744  AF534582  AF545518 
Trichoderma pseudostramineum  Hypocrea pseudostraminea  (Yoshim. Doi) C.S. Kim  ( Yoshim. Doi, Bull. Natl. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 15: 676. 1972), Kim & al., Pl. Path. J. 28: 350. 2012  [specimen] TNS-D-366 = TNS-F-223432 TUFC 60104  HM920206  JQ797400  JQ797401  HM920177  JQ797408  JQ797409 
Trichoderma psychrophilum  Hypocrea psychrophila  Jaklitsch  (E. Müller, B. Aebi & J. Webster, Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 58: 1. 1972), Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 195. 2011 [dry culture] (WU 29420a) CBS 119129 AY737752  JN133574  FJ860780  FJ860681  AF545520  JN133564  FJ860575
Trichoderma pubescens  na Bissett  Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2045. 1992 [“1991”]  [dry culture] (DAOM 166162) DAOM 166162 AY750887  AF534624  EU248613 
Trichoderma pulvinatum  Hypocrea pulvinata  (Fuckel) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Fuckel, Jahrb. Nassau. Ver. Naturk. 23-24: 185. 1870 [“1869”]),  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 152. 2013 Lectotypus (vide Overton & al. Stud. Mycol. 56: 17. 2006) na FJ860683  AF 545559  FH860577 
Trichoderma pyramidale  na W. Jaklitsch & P. Chaverri  Chaverri & al., 107: 580. 2015  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 135574)  CBS 135574 KJ665699  KJ665696  KJ665697  KJ665334 
Trichoderma reesei  na E.G. Simmons  (Berk. & Broome, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 14: 112. 1873 ), Bigelow & Simmons (Eds), Abstr. Second International
Mycological Congress 2: 618. 1977, nom. cons. prop. 
[dry culture] PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Solomon Islands, Bougainville Island, (NY No. 01048452; isolectotypus NRRL 3652)  QM 6a = CBS 383.79 AF401004  HM182969 Samuels (2014) proposed the conservation of the well- known younger name, T. reesei, over H. jecorina 
Trichoderma rhododendri  Hypocrea rhododendri  (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 199. 2011), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 152. 2014,  [specimen] (WU 29442) CBS 119288  FJ860685  FJ860578 
Trichoderma rifaii  na F.B. Rocha, P. Chaverri & Samuels  Chaverri & al., 107: 586. 2015  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 130746)  DIS 355b = CBS 130746 KJ665697  FJ442720 
Trichoderma rodmanii  Hypocrea rodmanii  (Samuels & P Chaverri) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Degenkolb & al., Mycol. Prog. 7: 213. 2008), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 152. 2014 [specimen] (BPI 1112859) CBS 120895  FJ860687  EU338286  FJ860580  EU338324 
Trichoderma rogersonii  Hypocrea rogersonii  Samuels  Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 56: 125. 2006  [specimen] (BPI 8709964A) G.J.S. 04-158 = CBS 119233  DQ307563  J860690  JN133566  JN133566 
Trichoderma rossicum  na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács  Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 578. 2003  [dry culture] (DAOM 230011) DAOM 230011 AY937441  HC342288 
Trichoderma rosulatum  na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Persoonia 34: 117. 2015  CHINA: Anhui: (HMAS 252548) HMAS 244906  KF729984  KF730005 
Trichoderma rubi  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Stud. Mycol. 80: 80. 2015  [specimen] (WU 33316) CBS 127380 KJ665704  KJ665336 
Trichoderma rufobrunneum  na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Persoonia 34: 122. 2015  CHINA: Jilin: (HMAS 252547)  HMAS 244907  KF729984  KF729989  KF730010  KF730007 
Trichoderma sambuci  Hypocrea sambuci  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 153. 2014  [specimen] (WU 29463) None, representative culture: CBS 126958 FJ860693  FJ860585  The representative sequences are derived from DNA isolated directly from a stroma (WU 29467) 
Trichoderma samuelsii  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 104: 937. 2012  [dry culture] (WU 31607) CBS 130537 JN715655  JN715599 
Trichoderma saturnisporopsis  na Samuels & Jaklitsch  Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 103. 2012  [dry culture] (BPI 882297) CBS 130751 JQ685869  DQ857348 
Trichoderma saturnisporum  na Hammill  Hammill, Mycologia 62: 112. 1970  [dry culture] USA, Georgia: ‘culture Hammill no. 85-68, 1968’ (SYRF) ATCC 18903 = CBS 330.70  AY937414  DQ087243  JN182309 
Trichoderma scalesiae  na Samuels & H.C. Evans  Jaklitsch & al., Studies in Mycology 56: 172. 2006  [dried culture] (BPI 872181) CBS 120069 DQ841726  EU252007 
Trichoderma semiorbis  Hypocrea semiorbis  (Berk.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Hooker, Fl. Tasm. 2: 278. 16 Aug 1859), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 153. 2014 [specimen] NEW ZEALAND:  (BPI 746666)  CBS 130716 JN133576  JN133567  The type locality of S. semiorbis is not known withcertainty. Berkeley (1840: 146) described two fungi from thecollection of William Jackson Hooker, Lentinus fasciatus andSphaeria semiorbis. The Lentinus was listed previously asLentinus villosus by Berkeley in an account of fungi fromVan Dieman’s Land but he did not provide the provenanceof the collection of S. semiorbis. In the protologue the onlycollecting information given is “On bark. Hab. unknown.” Weassume the original collection to have been made in Australiabecause the second known collection of this species isreported in Hooker’s Botany of the Antarctic Voyage,although even in this report the only clue to its origin is itscollector, Ronald Campbell Gunn, who sent specimens fromTasmania to J.D. Hooker in Kew between 1830 and 1860.Dingley (1956) examined a collection from Tasmania in Kewwhich she assumed to be the type collection, providing adescription of this specimen and referring New Zealandcollections she had earlier listed as Hypocrea patella tothis species. In her description she described peritheciacontaining asci with mostly immature spores. However, asBerkeley himself noted in the protologue, the type collectionof S. semiorbis is immature, lacking spores and asci. Dingley(1957) later described a Trichoderma asexual morph thatwas derived from her collections. She subsequently sentmaterial to John Webster in Exeter. It is not known whethershe sent a culture or a specimen from which Webster madea culture, but eventually a culture was deposited as CBS244.63 with provenance ‘Dingley No. 12,’ New Zealand:Mohaka. This culture was redescribed by Bissett (1991) asthe asexual morph of H. semiorbis under the number DAOM67636 = CBS 244.63. Bissett’s description of H. semiorbisis consistent with Dingley’s, and Dingley collections of H.semiorbis (PDD) are consistent with the type collection ofS. semiorbis. However, the culture CBS 244.63 cannot belinked to any Hypocrea collection; there is no specimen of H.semiorbis in the Sheffield University Herbarium and none ofthe collections in PDD can be linked to a specimen or culturethat Dingley (Dingley 12) sent to Webster. Thus a questionremains as to the link between CBS 244.63, which is the onlyliving culture that links Bissett and Dingley’s concepts of thespecies and for which DNA sequences have been depositedin GenBank, and H. semiorbis as typified. An epitype for S.semiorbis is needed. There are three Dingley collectionsof H. semiorbis in her herbarium (PDD), all made from thesame place in April and May 1953 (NEW ZEALAND: HawkesBay: Upper Mohaka River, Kaimanawa Range, elev. 2000 ft,on Nothofagus fusca, J.M. Dingley s.n. (PDD 12751 (May1953), PDD 12755 (31 May 1953), PDD 12756 (April 1953)but none of them can be linked to a living culture and thusnone of them can serve as an epitype. The material sent toWebster (Dingley 12 = CBS 244.63) is derived from a Dingleycollection of H. semiorbis that was made from the MohakaRiver on Nothofagus sp., date unknown, and there is aculture in ICMP (ICMP 1693) that is derived from H. semiorbiscollected by Dingley (Dingley 584) from the Mohaka River,from Nothofagus sp. in 1958, but the specimen from whichthis culture was derived cannot be located (PDD, SHU). DNAsequences (tef1, Samuels unpubl.) indicate that CBS 244.63is the same species as ICMP 1693, but the question as to theidentity of teleomorphic H. semiorbis remained open. A recentNew Zealand collection from Nothofagus sp. and its culturecomplete this circle and permit stabilization of the name H.semiorbis by epitypification proposed above. DNA sequencesderived from this specimen indicate that it is the same speciesas ICMP 1693 and CBS 244.63; morphologically the stromataagree well with the type collection of S. semiorbis and theDingley collections of H. semiorbis in PDD cited above, andthe asexual morph matches descriptions of the asexualmorph of H. semiorbis in publications from Dingley andBissett. Although we do not know the substratum of either ofthe collections of H. semiorbis reported by Berkeley, the typecollection of S. semiorbis was possibly collected in Tasmaniawhere Nothofagus is common and thus could have been thesubstratum of the type collection. All of Dingley’s collectionswere from Nothofagus. Finally, the recent New Zealandcollection was made in the South Island, which has a southtemperate climate similar to that of Tasmania. Bissett (1991)and Chaverri et al. (2003a) redescribed the Trichodermaasexual morph of H. semiorbis, the description in the latterreference is based in part on the epitype collection. Chaverriet al. (2003a) redescribed the teleomorph based on thethree Dingley collections cited above. Hypocrea semiorbis iscommon on Nothofagus in New Zealand but is not knownoutside of Australasia.
Trichoderma sempervirentis  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 31: 143. 2013  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 133498) CBS 133498 KC285755  KC285632 
Trichoderma seppoi  Hypocrea seppoi  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Gruber & Voglmayr, Karstenia 48: 5. 2008 [specimen] (WU 28698)  C.P.K. 3161 = CBS 122498 FJ179581  FJ179617 
Trichoderma silvae-virgineae  Hypocrea silvae-virgineae  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 221. 2011  [specimen] (WU 29227) CBS 120922 FJ860696  FJ860587 
Trichoderma simmonsii  na P. Chaverri, F.B. Rocha, Samuels, Degenkolb & W. Jaklitsch  Chaverri & al., Mycologia 107: 586. 2015  [specimen] (BPI 1112907) G.J.S. 91-138 = CBS 130431  AF443935  AF443936  AF443933  FJ442757  AY391925  FJ442710 
Trichoderma sinense  na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács  Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 572. 2003  [dry culture] (DAOM 230000) DAOM 230000 AY750889  JN175528 
Trichoderma sinoluteum  na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Mycologia 107: 335. 2015  CHINA: Jilin: Antu, Changbaishan, 1100 m, on twig, 26 Jul 2012, W.Y. Zhuang, Z.X. Zhu, Z.Q. Zeng, H.D. Zheng & F. Ren 8205 (HMAS 252868) HMAS 245077 = CGMCC 3.17528  KJ634777  KJ634744 
Trichoderma sinuosum  Hypocrea sinuosa  P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 81. 2004 [“2004”]  [dry culture] BPI 843649 CBS 114247 AY737743  AY391997  FJ179619 Trichoderma sinuosum may represent a species complex within which three or more phylogenetic species can be seen (Jaklitsch & Voglmayr 2015) 
Trichoderma solani  na Samuels, V. Doyle & V.S. Lopez  Samuels & al., Fungal Divers. 55: 83. 2012  [dried culture] (BPI 882298) CBS 130506 JN175597  JN175546 
Trichoderma songyi  na M.S. Park, S.-Y. Oh & Y.W. Lim  Park & al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 106: 600. 2014  [metabolically inactive culture] (SFC20130926-S001)  KCTC 46205 = CBS 138099  KJ636511  KJ636525 
Trichoderma spinulosum  Hypocrea spinulosa  (Fuckel) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Fuckel, Jahrb. Nassauischen Vereins Naturk. 23/24: 184. 1870 [“1869”]),   Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 153. 2013 GERMANY, Mühlberg bei Oestrich None. Representative cultures: CBS 310.50, CBS 311.50, CBS 121272. FJ860701  FJ860591  This species is not known to produce an asexual morph 
Trichoderma spirale  na Bissett  Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2408. 1992 [“1991”]  [dry culture] (DAOM 183974) DAOM 183974 AY50890  FJ442694  KJ665348 
Trichoderma stercorarium  na (Barrasa, A.T. Martínez & G. Moreno) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Aphysiostroma stercorarium in Barrasa, A.T. Martínez & G. Moreno, Can. J. Bot. 632441. 1986 [“1985”]), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Stud. Mycol. 80: 83. 2015  [specimen] SPAIN: Puerto de Samossierra, (MA-Fungi 3059 [IJFM A-12]).  CBS 148.85 = ATCC 62321  FJ860607  EF469103 
Trichoderma stilbohypoxyli  Hypocrea stilbohypoxyli  Samuels & Schroers  (B.S. Lu & Samuels, Sydowia 55: 265. 2003), Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 128. 2006 [dry culture] (BPI 744463B) CBS 992.97 = ATCC MYA 2970 = DAOM 231834 DQ109546  EU341805 
Trichoderma stipitatum  na Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang, Persoonia 34: 122. 2015  CHINA: Jilin: (HMAS 266613) HMAS 244908  KF29990  KF29991  KF30011  KF320012 
Trichoderma stramineum  Hypocrea straminea, Hypocrea straminella P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 86. 2004 [“2003”]; nom. illegit. (Art. 53.1). non Petch (1920), Minnis & al., Mycotaxon 109: 245. 2009 [dry culture] BPI 843667 G.J.S. 02-84 = CBS 114248 = DAOM 232840  AY737746  AY391945 
Trichoderma strictipile  Hypocrea strictipilosa  Bissett, Chaverri & Samuels  (Chaverri & Samuels, Mycologia 95:
1128. 2003) Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2410. 1992 [“1991”]; as “strictipilis”. 
CANADA: Québec: (DAOM 172827)  DAOM 172827 AY937451  AF534628  FJ860704 AF545555 FJ860594 Trichoderma strictipile and H. strictipilosa are based on the same type specimen; thus they are obligate synonyms 
Trichoderma strigosellum  na López-Quintero, W. Gams, Boekhout & Druzhinina  López-Quintero & al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 104: 669. 2013  [dried culture] COLOMBIA (HUA 179963) (isotypus CBS H-21054)  CBS 102817 = C.P.K. 3604  EU248631  JQ425705  EU248607  EU856360 
Trichoderma strigosum  na Bissett  Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2411. 1992 ["1991"]  [dry culture] (DAOM 166121) DAOM 1661214 = CBS 348.93  AY376057  AF545556 
Trichoderma stromaticum  Hypocrea stromatica  Samuels & Pardo- Schultheiss  Samuels & al., Mycol. Res. 104: 762. 2000  BRAZIL: Pará, G.J.S. 97-183 (BPI 746496) ATCC 204426 = CBS 101875  AY937418  HQ342245 
Trichoderma subalpinum  Hypocrea subalpina  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 227. 2011  [dry culture] (WU 29481a) CBS 119128 FJ860705  FJ860595 
Trichoderma subeffusum  Hypocrea subeffusa  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 55. 2011  [dry culture] WU 29487a CBS 120929 FJ860707  FJ860597 
Trichoderma sulawesense  Hypocrea sulawesensis  (Yoshim. Doi) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Samuels & al., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 59: 23. 1990),  Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 154. 2014 [specimen] (NY No. 01169121) G.J.S. 2000 (lost)  AY737730  AY392002  AY391954 There are no longer living cultures of this species available 
Trichoderma sulphureum  Hypocrea sulphurea  (Schwein.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Sacc., Syll. Fung. 2: 535. 1883), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 154. 2013  [specimen] AUSTRIA (WU 29493) CBS 119929 FJ860709  FJ860599  The original material of S. sulphurea is given as “*1221. 75. S. sulphurea, L.v.S., rara in cortice insidens, Salem nec Pennsylv.” The specimen PH 01107657 includes two parts. One is labeled presumably in Schweinitz’s’ hand as “Sphaeria sulphurea 1221 – 75 Syn. Fung., Salem” The other is labeled in hand as “Sphaeria sulphurea Schw. β parasitica Schw. 1221— 75 Syn. Fung. Ohio.” The printed label that contains these two specimens gives “Salem, Ohio.” The specimen BPI 801107, from the Collins autograph collection (Shear & Stevens 1917a: 203), is labeled ‘North Carolina, Salem’ and is certainly part of the original material that was studied by Schweinitz. Unfortunately the packet is empty, save for a microscope slide. Schweinitz is known to have collected extensively both in Salem, North Carolina, and in Pennsylvania but he also travelled to Ohio, and he is known to have combined into one packet specimens of what he thought were the same species that were collected in different localities (Shear & Stevens, 1917a, b). We follow the Collins collection label in concluding that the original collection of  S. sulphurea was collected in Salem, North Carolina. The  specimen in K is labeled ‘Salem and Bethlehem’ also is an isolectotype. We have not seen Schweinitz material of S. sulphurea from Pennsylvania.
Trichoderma surrotundum  Hypocrea surrotunda  P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 90. 2004 [“2003”]  USA: Conecticut, 1988, S. Stein (NY) G.J.S. 88-73 = CBS 111145 AY737734  AF534594  AF545540 
Trichoderma taiwanense  na Samuels & M.L. Wu  Samuels & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 130. 2006  [dry culture] BPI 737694 G.J.S. 95-93 = CBS 119058  DQ284973 
Trichoderma tawa  Hypocrea tawa  P. Chaverri & Samuels  (Dingley, Trans Roy Soc New Zealand 79:
335. 1952), P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 92. 2004 [“2003”] 
[dry culture] BPI 843669 G.J.S. 97-174 = CBS 114233 FJ463313  FJ463313 
Trichoderma taxi  na C.L. Zhang, F.C. Lin & C.P. Kubicek  Zhang & al., FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 270: 93. 2007  [metabolically inactive culture?] CHINA: Jiangxi:  Microbiological Culture Collection CGMCC 1672) ZJUF0986 (China General Microbiological cell culture CGMCC 1672) ZJUF0986 = CGMCC 1672 DQ859029  DQ859032  In the protologue for T. taxi there is some confusion concerning its typification. 􏰉he authors of this species do not specifically state that the holotype is a 􏰑metabolically inacti􏰏e culture’ and the culture ZJUF0986 = CGMCC 1672 does not appear in the CGMCC on-line catalogue 
Trichoderma thailandicum  Hypocrea thailandica  P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 95. 2004 [“2003”]  [dry culture] (BPI 843670) G.J.S. 97-61 = CBS 114234 = DAOM 232842 = ATCC MYA-3233 AY737748  AY392005  AY391957 
Trichoderma thelephoricola Hypocrea thelephoricola  P. Chaverri & Samuels  P. Chaverri & Samuels, Stud. Mycol. 48: 96. 2004 [“2003”]  [dry culture] BPI 843671 G.J.S. 95-135 = CBS 114237 = DAOM 232843 = ATCC MYA-3232 AY737735  AY392006  AY391958 
Trichoderma theobromicola  na Samuels & H.C. Evans  Samuels & al., Mycol. Res. 110: 390. 2006  [dry culture] (BPI 871726) DIS 85f = CBS 119120 = IMI 393419 = ATCC MYA-3640 EU856321  FJ007374 
Trichoderma tomentosum  na Bissett  Bissett, Can. J. Bot. 69: 2412. 1992 [“1991”]  [dry culture] (DAOM 178713a) DAOM 178713a AY750882  AF545557 
Trichoderma tremelloides  Hypocrea tremelloides  Jaklitsch Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 232. 2011  [specimen] (WU 29508) CBS 121140 FJ860714  FJ860603 
Trichoderma trixiae  na Samuels & Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 133. 2013  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 134702)  CBS 134702 DQ307526  DQ672606  KC285770 
Trichoderma tropicosinense  Hypocrea tropicosinensis  (P.G. Liu) P.G. Liu, Z.X. Zhu & W.Y. Zhuang  (Liu & al., Mycotaxon 86: 278. 2003) Zhu & Zhuang, Persoonia 34: 126. 2015 CHINA: Yunnan: 1993, P.G. Liu D’93-40 (HKAS 26198)  HMAS 244983 KF923286  KF923313  Hypocrea tropicosinensis was described without reference to a culture or to DNA sequences. Zhu & Zhuang (2015) identified, cultured and sequenced a collection that they identified as H. tropicosinensis, but they did not designate an epitype. In the interest of stabilizing this name, we designate their collection as epitype. 
Trichoderma tsugarense  na Yabuki & Okuda  Yabuki & al., Mycoscience 55: 209. 2014  [specimen] JAPAN (TNS-F-38437) TAMA 0203 = NBRC 109641  AB807647  AB807659 
Trichoderma turrialbense  na Samuels, Degenkolb, K.F. Nielsen & Gräfenhan  Degenkolb & al., Mycol. Prog. 7: 217. 2008  [dry culture] (BPI 878379) CBS 112445 EU338284  EU338321 
Trichoderma valdunense  Hypocrea valdunensis  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch, Fungal Divers. 48: 59. 2011  [dry culture] WU 29561a CBS 120923 FJ860717  FJ860605 
Trichoderma velutinum  na Bissett, C.P. Kubicek & Szakács  Bissett & al., Can. J. Bot. 81: 579. 2003  [dry culture] (DAOM 230013) DAOM 230013 AF510444  KF134794 
Trichoderma vermipilum  na Samuels  Samuels & Ismaiel, Mycol. Prog. 11: 248. 2011  [dry culture] (BPI 881031) PPRI 3359 = CBS 127103 HQ342219  HQ342282 
Trichoderma victoriense  Hypocrea victoriensis  (Overton) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Overton & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 55. 2006) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr, Mycotaxon 126: 154. 2013 [specimen] (BPI 747361) G.J.S. 99-200 = CBS 140064  DQ835473  DQ835517 
Trichoderma vinosum  Hypocrea vinosa  Samuels  Jaklitsch & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 13. 2006  [dry culture] (PDD 88476) G.J.S. 99-158 (= collection G.J.S. 8702) = ICMP 16294 = CBS 119087 AY376047  DQ307527  KC285778  KC285779 
Trichoderma virens  Hypocrea virens (J.H. Miller, Giddens & A.A. Foster) Arx (P. Chaverri, Samuels & E.L. Stewart,
Mycologia 93: 1120. 2001)  Arx, Nova Hedwigia Beih. 87: 288. 1987
[specimen] (BPI 737768) None. Representative cultures: ATCC 13213 = CBS 249.59. ATCC
13308 = CBS 248.59.
AY750891  AF534631  AF545558 Miller et al. (1957) did not indicate a place of deposit for the types of their new species, G. virens and G. flavofuscum, and no herbarium material can be found for them. Neither did the authors specifically indicate a culture collection into which the type cultures were deposited. However the ex- type cultures of G. virens and G. flavofuscum, respectively, were deposited by the authors in ATCC, which subsequently (1959) deposited them in CBS. Because these cultures that are deposited In at least two culture collections are part of the original gatherings, they may be interpreted as isotypes. Accordingly, s we designate the metabolically inactive cultures that are stored in CBS for of each of these names as their respective lectotypes. 
Trichoderma virescentiflavum  Hypocrea virescentiflava  (Speg.) Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  (Speg., Bol. Acad. Nac. Ci. Argent. 11: 151. 1889), Jaklitsch & Voglmayr Mycotaxon 126: 154. 2014 BRAZIL: Apiahy, on Bambusa, 1888, J. Puiggari 2353 (LPS)  None. Representative culture: P.C. 278 (lost). AY737749  AY392007  AY391959 Chaverri & Samuels (2003) cultured and sequenced a 􏰌osta 􏰗ican collection (􏰘􏰙􏰚, culture 􏰛.􏰌. 􏰂􏰄􏰔) identified as this species. That culture was lost but the sequences were deposited in GenBank 
Trichoderma viridarium  na Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr  Persoonia 33: 126. 2013  [specimen] (WU 31627)  CBS 132568 KC285658  DQ672608  KC285760 
Trichoderma viride* Hypocrea rufa  Jaklitsch  Pers., Neues Mag. Bot. 1: 92. 1794 : Fr., Syst. Mycol. 3: 215. 1832, Jaklitsch & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 154. 2006  [dry culture] (WU 24013a) CBS 119325  DQ672617  EU711362 Trichoderma viride is the type species of Trichoderma. Its connection with Hypocrea rufa, though for a long time generally recogni􏰜ed, was fi􏰝ed by the epitypification of Jaklitsch & al. (2006) 
Trichoderma viridescens  na (A.S. Horn & H.S. Williamson) Jaklitsch & Samuels  Jaklitsch & al., Stud. Mycol. 56: 156. 2006 [specimen] (WU 31264)  CBS 132573 KC2856476  KC285758 Jaklitsch & al. (2006) linked T. viridescens to the sexual morph H. viridescens Jaklitsch & Samuels. However in a revision of the T. viridescens complex Jaklitsch et al. (2013) concluded that H viridescens is actually the sexual morph of T. paraviridescens and that T. viridescens was linked to an unnamed sexual morph 
Trichoderma viridialbum  na Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch, Samuels & Voglmayr, Persoonia 33: 135. 2013  [metabolically inactive culture] (CBS 133495)  CBS 133495 KC285705  KC285706  KC285774 
Trichoderma virilente  na Jaklitsch & Voglmayr  Jaklitsch & al., Persoonia 33: 131. 2013 [specimen] (WU 31628) CBS 132569 KJ665772  KC285692  KC285767 
Trichoderma voglmayrii  Hypocrea voglmayrii  Jaklitsch  Jaklitsch & al., Mycologia 97: 1368. 2005  [dry culture] (WU 25711a) CBS 117711 DQ086146  FJ179622 
Trichoderma yunnanense  na Z.F. Yu & K.Q. Zhang  Yu & al., Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 92: 104. 2007  CHINA: Yunnan: (YMF 1.01694 [Key Laboratory of Yunnan Microbiology Fermentation]) YMF 1.0169 = CBS 121219  AY94182  GU198274  Podostroma yunnanense is distinct from T. yunnanense. Apparently P. yunnanense has not been cultured or sequenced 

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