HYPOXYLON ACACIAE HENN.The status of the name is uncertain.
Hypoxylon acaciae Henn., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 33: 39. 1902.
AFRICA: D.O., Bichoba, corticated wood, as H. acaciae (S).
This fungus was originally described as having pale-colored subperithecial stromatal tissue, warted ostioles and oblong ascospores with obtuse ends, 8-11 x 3-3.5 mm. The type was not located. The cited material, which was identified by Rehm, is probably a Hypoxylon but is in poor condition. Ascospores are ellipsoid, nearly equilateral, 9-12 x 3.5-4 mm, and have a perispore indehiscent in 10% KOH.