HYPOXYLON ACERIS (COOKE & ELLIS) SACC.This name does not belong to Ascovirgaria, Biscogniauxia, Creosphaeria, Daldinia, Discoxylaria, Entoleuca, Hypoxylon, Jumillera, Kretzschmaria, Kretzschmariella, Nemania, Stilbohypoxylon, Vivantia, or Whalleya.
(The accepted or suggested disposition is indicated by an asterisk (*), if there is any.)
Hypoxylon aceris (Cooke & Ellis) Sacc., Syll. Fung. I, p. 373. 1882.
º Melogramma aceris Cooke & Ellis, Grevillea 7: 8. 1878.
U.S.A.: New Jersey, Newfield, 14.1.1878, Ellis, J.B. 3554, branches of Acer, as Melogramma aceris (NY).
= Botryosphaeria fuliginosa (Moug. & Nestl.) Ellis & Everh., N. Amer. Pyren., p. 546. 1892. Fide Ellis and Everhart (1892).
= * Botryosphaeria quercuum (Schwein.: Fr.) Sacc. Fide von Arx and Müller (1954).
Both Sphaeria quercuum Schwein.: Fr. [º Botryosphaeria quercuum] and Melogramma aceris were synonymized with Botryosphaeria fuliginosa by Ellis and Everhart (1892); this was also accepted by Laflamme (1977). Ellis' authentic material at NY contains no ascomycetes, only two sphaeropsidaceous fungi.