Chytrid Taxonomy since 1960 D—F

A-B    C    G-L    M-O    P    R    S-Z

Dangeardia appendiculata (Zopf) Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435. 1970; Key to Dangeardia
? Scherffeliomyces appendiculatus (Zopf) Sparrow 1936

Dangeardia echinulata A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435, figs. 6-20. 1970.
Parasitic; Vitreochlamys (Sphaerellopsis) aulata; pool near Vistula River, Warsaw, POLAND

Dangeardia molesta (Canter) A. Batko; ZH, p. 179. 1975 ? Entophlyctis molesta Canter 1965.

Dangeardia sporapiculata Geitler; Sydowia, 16: 324–330, figs. 1–2. 1963.
Parasitic; Chlamydomonas palmaloid stage; lake near Lunz; AUSTRIA

Dangeardia sporapiculata var. minor Geitler (? no type); Oesterr. Bot. Z., 112: 603–609, 1965.
Parasitic; Heleochloridis pallidae; soil: Schladming, AUSTRIA

DANGEARDIANA Valkanov [Chytridiales]; Arch. Mikrobiol., 48: 239–246. 1964 (no Latin diagnosis) A. Batko:
Acta Mycol., 6: 407-435, 1970 (validation of genus + key to related forms). Karling doubts need to separate from Dangeardia;
CI,
p. 100. 1977

Dangeardiana apiculata (Braun) A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435. 1970
? Entophlyctis apiculata (Braun) Fischer (1892); also see Karling: CI p. 100. 1977

Dangeardiana eudorinae Valkanov (no Latin diagnosis) Arch. Mikrobiol., 48: 239–246, figs. 1-12. 1964.
Parasitic; oospores of Eudorina elegans; water; Sofia, Bulgaria
? Dangeardiana eudorinae Valkanov ex A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407-435. 1970

Dangeardiana leptorrhiza (Johns) A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435. 1970 Scherffeliomyces leptorrhizus Johns 1956

Dangeardiana sporapiculata (Geitler) A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435. 1970.
? Dangeardia sporapiculata Geitler 1963

DELPHINACHYTRIUM Vélez & Letcher [Chytridiales; insertae sedis] MycoBank no.: MB801577. Mycologia 105: 1251–1265. 2013

Delfinachytrium mesopotamicum Vélez & Letcher MycoBank no.: MB801578. Mycologia 105: 1251–1265. 2013
Saprobic; pollen bait; aquatic; marsh in Entre Rios Province, ARGENTINA

DENDROCHYTRIDIUM Letcher, Longcore & M.J. Powell [Chytridiales, Chytridiaceae]MycoBank no.: 803847. Mycologia 106: 145–153. 2014

Dendrochytridium crassum Letcher, Longcore & M.J. Powell. MycoBank no.: 803848. Mycologia 106: 145–153. 2014
Saprobic or parasitic; pollen bait and Dictyuchus encysted zoospores; aerial tree detritus; Australian Tropical Research Centre, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

DICTYOMORPHA Mullins; Amer. J. Bot., 48: 377–387. 1961
?Pringsheimiella Couch 1939 (homonym)

Dictyomorpha dioica Couch ex Mullins; Amer. J. Bot., 48: 377–387, figs. 1–37. 1961
Parasitic; Oomycetes; Mirror Lake, Highlands, NC, USA ? Pringsheimiella dioica Couch 1939

Dictyomorpha dioica var. pythiensis N. Sarkar & R. Dayal Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. India, Sect. B, 58: 403–406 figs. 1–10. 1988
Parasitic; Pythium aphanidermatum; Kurukshetra Pond, Varanasi, U.P., INDIA

DINOCHYTRIUM Lesham, Letcher & M. J. Powell [Chytridiaceae, Chytridiales] MycoBank No.: 813312. Mycologia 108: 731–743. 2016
Parasitic; isolated from living Peridinium gatunense; Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee), ISRAEL

DINOMYCETACEAE Karpov & Guillou [Rhizophydiales] MycoBank no.: 807620. Protist, 165: 230–244. 2014

DINOMYCES Karpov & Guillou [ Dinomycetaceae, Rhizophydiales] MycoBank no.: 807621. Protist, 165: 230–244. 2014

Dinomyces arenysensis Karpov & Guillou. MycoBank no.: 807621. Protist, 165: 230–244. 2014
Parasitic; dinophytes especially Alexandrium spp.; marine, Arenys de Mar harbour, Mediterranean Sea, SPAIN

DIPLOCHYTRIDIUM Karling [Chytridiales]; Arch. Mikrobiol., 76: 126–131. 1971. Segregate of Chytridium Braun. But see: W.H. Blackwell et al. 2002. Regarding the the separation of Diplochytridium spp. from Chytridium sensu lato, see: Mycotaxon 83: 183–190.

Diplophlyctis asteroidea I.J. Dogma + key to chitinophilic Diplophlyctis spp.Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc., 67: 255–264, figs.1-3. 1976. Saprophytic; chitin; acid bogs; northern MICHIGAN, USA.  I retain Asterophlyctis Petersen for chitinophilic species.

Diplophlyctis buttermerensis (IF 3:420) (Will.) Dogma; Arch. Mikrobiol., 66: 203–219, 1969 ? Nephrochytrium buttermerense Willoughby 1962. A. Batko retains N. buttermerense; ZH, p. 220. 1975

Diplophlyctis chitinophila Willoughby; Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc., 45: 121–136, fig. 5. 1962.
Saprophytic; chitin; submerged mud; lakes, E.L.D., U.K. Probably a species of Asterophlyctis.

Diplophlyctis complicata (IF 3:306) (Willoughby) Dogma; Nova Hedwigia, 25: 143-159. 1974 ? Nephrochytrium complicatum Willoughby 1961

Diplophlyctis nephrochytrioides Karling; Sydowia, 20: 109–118, figs. 36–67. 1967
Saprophytic?; Nitella, moribund internodes; Lake Ohau; CANTERBURY PROVINCE, N.Z.

Diplophlyctis sarcoptoides (Petersen) I.J. Dogma; Nova Hedwigia, 25: 121–141, 1974. Dogma (loc.cit.) designated figs. 1-38 on Pls. I-IV as neotype. ? Asterophlyctis sarcoptoides Petersen 1903. I retain Asteroplyctis as a genus for A. sarcoptoides [Chytridiaceae]. Also see: Letcher et al. Fungal Biology 122: 1109–1123. 2018.

Diplophlyctis sexualis Haskins 1950 ? Nephrochytrium sexuale (Haskins) A Batko; ZH, p. 220. 1975

Diplophlyctis versiformis I.J. Dogma; Philipp. J. Biol., 5: 121–142, figs. 1–25. 1976.
Saprophytic; shrimp chitin; Bryant’s Bog, Smith’s Bog; MICHIGAN, USA, should probably be in Asterophlyctis Peters

Endochytriaceae Sparrow ex D.J.S. Barr Can. J. Bot. 58:2390. 1980

Endochytrium cystarum I.J. Dogma; Arch. Mikrobiol., 66: 203-219, figs. 26–39. 1969.
Saprophytic; lens paper and cellophane bait; forest soil and leaf litter; MICHIGAN, USA

Endochytrium multiguttulatum I.J. Dogma; Dogma unsure of genus placement. Arch. Mikrobiol., 66: 203–219, figs. 1-25. 1969.
Saprophytic; lens paper, cellophane, onion; bogs; Cheboygan Co., MICHIGAN, USA

Endochytrium ramosum Sparrow 1933 declared as lectotype for the genus. Mozley-Standridge et al. Mycological Research 113:498–507. 2009

Entophlyctis Fischer 1892; D.J.S. Barr emended and placed in Spizellomycetales; Canad. J. Bot., 58: 2380-2394. 1980. Longcore et al. rejected emendment and described Powellomyces for Entophlyctis (sensu Barr, 1980); Canad. J. Bot., 73: 1385–1390. 1995. Entophlyctis (sensu Fischer) is in Chytridiales, see Longcore; Mycologia, 87: 25-33. 1995, but type species not isolated.

Entophlyctis apiculata (Braun) Fischer 1892 ?  Dangeardiana apiculata (Braun) A. Batko; Acta Mycol., 6: 407–435. 1970

Entophlyctis bulligera (Zopf) Fischer (1884) = Entophlyctis confervae-glomeratae  (Cienkowski) Sparrow (1857); D.J.S. Barr: Canad. J. Bot., 49: 2215–2222. 1971

Entophlyctis bulligera var. brevis S.N. Dasgupta & R. John; Bull. Bot. Surv. India, 30: 1–82, fig. 44. 1988.
Saprophytic ?; vegetative Spirogyra; ditch, Sultanpur Road, SE of Lucknow U., INDIA

Entophlyctis caudiformis S.N. Dasgupta & R. John; Bull. Bot. Surv. India, 30: 1–82, fig. 47. 1988.
Saprophytic ?; Closterium; tank; Lucknow U., INDIA

Entophlyctis confervae-glomeratae (Cienkowski 1857) Sparrow; D.J.S. Barr (Canad. J. Bot., 49: 2215-2222. 1971) considers the following synonyms: = E. bulligera (Zopf) Fischer; = E. vaucheriae; (Fisch) Fischer, = E. helioformis (Dangeard) Ramsbottom; = E. rhizina (Schenk) Minden; Powell & Koch do not consider E. bulligera a synonym; Canad. J. Bot., 55: 1668–1685. 1977

Entophlyctis crenata Karling; Sydowia, 20: 109-118, figs. 1–12. 1967.
Saprophytic; Vallisneria sp.; small brook; WELLINGTON PROVINCE, N.Z.

Entophlyctis filamentosa in S.N. Dasgupta; Indian Phytopathol. 35: 215. 1982; ? nomen nudum

Entophlyctis helioformis (Dangeard) Ramsbottom 1886; = Entophlyctis confervae-glomeratae (Cienkowski) Sparrow; D.J.S. Barr: Canad. J. Bot., 49: 2215–2222. 1971

Entophlyctis lobata Willoughby & Townley; Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc., 44: 177–184. figs. 1-2, Pl. 13, 1961.
Saprophytic; shrimp chitin bait; littoral of Derwentwater, E.L.D., U.K.

Entophlyctis luteolus Longcore [Chytridiaceae]; Mycologia, 87: 25–33, figs. 1-20. 1995.
Saprophytic; onion skin and Utricularia; bogs and acid lake; Maine, USA

Entophlyctis mammilliformis S.N. Dasgupta & R. John; Bull. Bot. Surv. India, 30: 1–82, fig. 46. 1988.
Saprophytic ?; oospores of Spirogyra; pond; Mohanlalganj, east of Lucknow U., India

Entophlyctis molesta Canter; J. Roy. Microscop. Soc. London, 84: 549–557, figs. 1-4. 1965
?Parasitic; Stylosphaeridium stipitatum; phytoplankton; English lakes, U.K. ? Dangeardia molesta (Canter) A. Batko 1975

Entophlyctis obscura Sparrow & I.J. Dogma; Arch. Mikrobiol., 89: 177–204, fig. 2. A-S. 1973;
Saprophytic; pine pollen bait; soil; DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Entophlyctis reticulospora P. Cook; Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc., 49: 545–550, Pls. 28-29. 1966;
Parasitic; Closterium moniliferum et al.; swampy area; Cheboygan Co., MICHIGAN, USA

Entophlyctis rhizina (Schenk) Minden 1858 = Entophlyctis confervae-glomeratae (Cienkowski) Sparrow; D.J.S. Barr; Canad. J. Bot., 49: 2215–2222. 1971

Entophlyctis sphaerioides S.N. Dasgupta & R. John; Bull. Bot. Surv. India, 30: 1–82, fig. 48. 1988.
Saprophytic ?; reproductive body of Spirogyra; ditch, Sultanpur Road, SE of Lucknow U., INDIA

Entophlyctis texana Karling 1941; See Sydowia, 20: 109–118. 1967 for 1st published figs. In habit and morphology this species strongly resembles an “orange Endochytrium” that I have found in moribund cells of the aquatic plant Eriocaulon (the habit of Karling’s species) in Maine, New York and Michigan.

Entophlyctis variabilis (Karling) Cejp; Omagiu lui Traian Savulescu, 129–138. 1959.
? Phlyctorhiza variabilis Karling 1947; ?Catenophlyctis variabilis (Karl.) Karling 1965

Entophlyctis variabilis Powell & Koch [non E. variabilis (Karling) Cejp 1959] (homonym) Canad. J. Bot., 55: 1668–1685, figs. 1-36. 1977. Saprophytic; pollen and Paspalum leaf; soils; NC, USA. ?   Powellomyces variabilis Powell & Koch ex Longcore et al. 1995; ? Geranomyces variabilis (Longcore et al.) D.R.Simmons. Mycologia 103: 1411–1420. 2011

Entophlyctis vaucheriae (Fisch) Fischer 1884 = Entophlyctis confervae-glomeratae (Cienkowski) Sparrow 1857. D.J.S. Barr; Canad. J. Bot., 49: 2215–2222. 1971

Entophlyctis willoughbyi Bradley; Amer. J. Bot., 54: 577–582, figs. 1-7, 9. 1967 (fossil) In fossil plant parts; Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA. I do not recognize fossil species placed into genera with extant members. Some genera in different orders of the Chytridiomycota can be distinguished from each other only with difficulty when alive; it is impossible to say to what order, and thus to what genus a fossilized organism belongs.

FAYOCHYTRIOMYCES WJ Davis, Letcher, Longcore, and MJ Powell [Chytridiomycota, Chytriomycetaceae] Mycobank no. 810999. Mycologia 107: 432–439. 2015

Fayochytriomyces spinosus (Fay) WJ Davis, Letcher, Longcore, and MJ Powell  Mycobank no. 811000. Mycologia 107: 432–439. 2015.Epitype declared as UACCC WJD186 plus Figs 2 & 3 and 28S rDNA sequence KM281875 in GenBank. ≡ Chytriomyces spinosus Fay (1947).

FERAMYCES Radwa Hanafy, Mostafa Elshahed & Noha Youssef [Neocallimastigales]; MycoBank MB823650; Mycologia 110: 513–525. 2018

Feramyces austinii Radwa Hanafy, Mostafa Elshahed & Noha Youssef; MycoBank MB823651;   Mycologia 110: 513–525. 2018. Fresh feces and rumen content of female Barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia); Val Verde, TEXAS, USA

FIMICOLOCHYTRIUM D. R. Simmons &Longcore [Spizellomycetales, Powellomycetaceae] MycoBank no. 564196. Mycologia 104: 1229–1243. 2012

Fimicolochytrium alabamae D. R. Simmons & Longcore. MycoBank no.: 564198. Mycologia 104: 1229–1243. 2012
saprobic; pollen; pollen bait with horse manure; ALABAMA, USA

Fimicolochytrium jonesii D. R. Simmons & Longcore. MycoBank no.: 564197. Mycologia 104: 1229–1243. 2012
saprobic; pollen; pollen bait with horse manure; MICHIIGAN and MAINE, USA