Bussabanomyces longisporus (Bussaban) Klaubauf, Lebrun & Crous, Stud. Mycol. 79: 100. 2014. (Type species).

Hyphae branched, septate, light brown, verruculose, 3–5 μm diam. Conidiophores macronematous, sparsely branched, straight, septate, light brown near base, subhyaline at apex, up to 400 μm long, 3–4.6 μm diam. Conidiogenous cells cylindrical, denticulate; each denticle cylindrical, thin-walled, mostly cut off by septum to form a separating cell. Conidia solitary, dry, obclavate, 4(–5)-septate, hyaline to light brown, smooth, 47–72 × 5.6–7.6 μm. Sexual state unknown (Description from Bussaban et al., 2003).

Colonies on PDA after 7 days at 25 °C in dark, olivaceous with central tufts. Colonies on MEA 2.3–2.4 cm diam after 7 days at 25 °C in dark, surface pale olivaceous-grey, irregularly raised with a hairy edge, velutinous aerial mycelium, white, mouse-grey in center, raised, cottony, round; reverse umber to chestnut. Colonies on CMA and OA 2.6–3.1 cm diam after 7 days at 25 °C in dark; similar appearance to MEA (Description from Klaubauf et al., 2014).

Typification: Holotype BCC11377. Ex-holotype culture CBS125232.

Gene sequences: KM009154 (28S), KM009166 (ITS), KM009202 (TEF1).

Genome sequences: SRX798619 (transcriptome).

Hosts/substrates: On leaves of Amomum siamense and Alpinia malaccensis (Zingiberaceae).

Distribution: Thailand (Chiang Mai).