Bifusisporella sorghi R.M.F. Silva, R.J.V. Oliveira, J.D.P. Bezerra, Souza-Motta & G.A. Silva, Mycol. Progress 18: 852. 2019. (Type species).

On MEA, hyphae hyaline when young, light brown with age, occasionally producing structures similar to trapping loops, 2–3 μm diam. Conidiophores reduced to conidiogenous cells. Conidiogenous cells solitary or aggregate, curved, elongated, cylindrical or clavate, slightly curved at apex, light brown, 9.5–14.5 × 3–4 μm. Conidia dimorphic. Macroconidia curved, falcate, aseptate, guttulate, tapering to pointed ends, hyaline, smooth, 23–30 × 3–4 μm. Microconidia falcate, straight to slightly curved, hyaline, smooth, aseptate, produced either from a conidiogenous cell or directly from hyphae, 10–11.5 × 1–2 μm. Chlamydospores rarely observed, globose to subglobose, intercalary, terminal, single, light brown. Hyphopodia elongated, multi-lobulate, brown, smooth, 18–20 × 7.5–10 μm. Sexual state unknown (Description from Silva et al., 2019).

Typification: Holotype URM91354. Ex-holotype culture URM7442.

Gene sequences: MK060153 (28S), MK060155 (ITS), MK060157 (TEF1).

Host/substrate: On leaves of Sorghum bicolor (Poaceae).

Distribution: Brazil (Pernambuco).