Anamorphic fungi
(mitosporic fungi)

Subtaxon Example images Rank Subtaxa
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No of
ID refs
Bispora state  on cut Beech stump (Click to view)Infected dead flower - close-up (Click to view)Leaf spot - leaf lower side (Click to view)Leaf spot - top (Click to view)Colony (Click to view)Conidiophores (Click to view)Conidia (Click to view)Dark patch on wall (Click to view)Conidia (Click to view)Dung with mycelium (Click to view)Colonies - in situ (Click to view)Conidiophore (Click to view)Fruitbodies on underside of  Birch Polypore (Click to view)Conidiomata (Click to view)
Informal 176 illustrated subtaxa 282 ident. refs
Taxonomic hierarchy:
Species aggregateAnamorphic fungi (mitosporic fungi)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)

Identification Works

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 9 general literature references relevant to Anamorphic fungi (mitosporic fungi)

Anamorphic fungi (mitosporic fungi) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 0 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Anamorphic fungi (mitosporic fungi)
This is a purely artificial classification (some would call it a "dumping ground") for fungi where the stage that produces sexual spores is not formed or is unknown). Over the years, members have been gradually reclassified as laboratory cultures have yielded the sexual states. More recently DNA studies have superseded this and the classification will eventually disappear. Nevertheless "anamorph" remains a useful descriptive term for the asexual states of fungi.
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