Last updated: November 8, 2020 by I.S. Druzhinina

The list of species is Supplementary to the “IN HONOR OF JOHN BISSETT: AUTHORITATIVE GUIDELINES ON MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF TRICHODERMA” by F. Cai and I.S. Druzhinina, Fungal Diversity, 2020

Abbreviations: Phyloorder – order on a whole-genus rpb2 phylogram. This category determines neighboring species. Name in use: YES – the name is valid; NO – the name is not in use; Phylo Spec Hyp – phylogenetic species hypothesis. Strong – the species has been recognized based on the genealogical concordance phylogenetic species recognition (GCPSR) concept applied to several strains and multiple loci; valid – GCPSR was applied, but the number of strains or loci was limited; weak – the strict sense of GCPSR was compromised by either insufficient number of loci or/and low polymorphism of rpb2; NO – GCPSR concept was not applied; na – the application of GCPSR concept is not possible. Identifiability – describes the possibility of the precise and accurate molecular identification of this species. NO – the name is not in use; OK – the identification is possible; warning – the identification is compromised, see comments. Occurrence is a conventional parameter that reflects the frequency of species sequences deposition in NCBI GenBank. This parameter should be critically considered as it may be influenced by incorrect sequence identification in public databases. Comments contain either currently correct names or explanations for identifiability warnings.