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last updated 25 Nov 2020
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Updates:
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Jan-Jul 2019 (species included, or data updated): Glomus bareae, G. majewskii, Halonatospora, H. pansihalos, Funneliglomus, F. sanmartinense, Acauloapora koreana, A. tsugae,
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Sclerocarpum amazonicum, Diversispora sporocarpia, Septoglomus nigrum, Archaeospora myriocarpa, Gigaspora tuberculata, Rhizophagus litchii, R. marattiacearum,
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Kuklospora spinosa; synonymy of some Diversispora, Redeckera, "Fuscutata", etc., species corrected, but see some notes about differient concepts.
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Aug-Dec 2019: Archaeospora ecuadoriana, A. europaea; synonymization of Palaeospora with Archaeospora.
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"Rhizoglomus" dalpeae, R. maiae, R. silesianum (note: found under Rhizophagus, below); Microkamienskia, M. perpusilla, M. divaricata, Acaulospora aspera.
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Diversispora peloponnesiaca, Sieverdingia, S. tortuosa; Septoglomus mexicanum; Microdominikia, M. peruviana; Nanoglomus, N. plukenetiae; Orientoglomus; O. emiratium
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Jan-Nov 2020: Paraglomus occidentale, Septoglomus mexicanum, Diversispora valentina, "Rhizoglomus" variabile, Glomus ibericum, Septoglomus mediterraneum, Funneliformis pilosus
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A total number of approximately
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AMF species are currently validly described
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Use the links in the following table to go directly to the genera:
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Paraglomerales
Innospora
Paraglomus
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Pervetustus
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Archaeosporales
Ambispora
Archaeospora
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Geosiphon
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Diversisporales
Acaulospora
Bulbospora
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Cetraspora
Corymbiglomus
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Dentiscutata
Desertispora
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Diversispora
Gigaspora
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Intraornatospora
Otospora
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Pacispora
Paradentiscutata
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Racocetra
Redeckera
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Sacculospora
Scutellospora
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Sieverdingia
Tricispora
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Glomerales
Claroideoglomus
Domininkia
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Funneliformis
Funneliglomus
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GlomusHalonatospora
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Kamienskia
Microdominikia
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Microkamienskia
Nanoglomus
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Orientoglomus
Oehlia
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Rhizophagus
Sclerocarpum
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Sclerocystis
Septoglomus
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unknown affiliation
Entrophospora
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Note: links to pdf-files were reorganized; links to Species Fungorum (SF) are updated, where no SF link is available, a link to IF (Index Fungorum) or 'NEW' is given on colored background. Please report any errors that you may spot!
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type
species
fungorum ID (or IF, if not in SF)
EP-ID (phylogen. species ID)Basionym, Synonyms, additional comments (in green)AuthoritiesFamilyOrder
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59Acaulospora20003Trappe & Gerd. (1974)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora alpina5013270107molecular and morphological evidence based on field collected material.Oehl, Sýkorová & Sieverd. (2006)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora aspera8317300319 Corazon-Guivin, Oehl & G.A. Silva (2019)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora baetica8119170294Palenz., Oehl, Azcón-Aguilar & G.A. Silva (2015)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora bireticulata308075probably a heterotypic synonym of A. elegans.F.M. Rothwell & Trappe (1979)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora brasiliensis5187480106Basionym: Ambispora brasiliensis B.T. Goto, L.C. Maia & Oehl (2008)C. Walker, M. Krüger & A. Schüßler (2011)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora capsicula127959many similarities with A. laevis, but described as having a reaction to Melzer’s reagent.Błaszk. (1990)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora cavernata1266460200a culture, at first considered to be A. scrobiculata, was established from 5 spores from the UK, and registered as BEG33. All spores appeared to have ornamentation similar to A. scrobiculata but the spores produced now are predominantly similar to the type of A. cavernata. Because from type material of A. cavernata no molecular study could be done, BEG33 was designated as an epitype for the species.Błaszk. (1989)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora colliculosa5157320287molecular analysis based on authenticated specimens taken from the field. Closely related and also similar in spore morphology to A. brasiliensis.Kaonongbua, J.B. Morton & Bever (2010)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora colombiana5157300310Basionym: Entrophospora colombiana Spain & N.C. Schenck (1984)(Spain & N.C. Schenck) Kaonongbua, J.B. Morton & Bever (2010)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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Synonym: Kuklospora colombiana Oehl & Sieverd. (2006)
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1Acaulospora colossica460678similar to A. laevis, described as lacking a reaction to Melzer’s reagent.P.A. Schultz, Bever & J.B. Morton (1999)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora delicata1029920021C. Walker, C.M. Pfeiff. & Bloss (1986)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora denticulata131972Sieverd. & S. Toro (1987)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora dilatata102993J.B. Morton (1986)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora elegans308076compare with A. bireticulata.Trappe & Gerd. (1974)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora endographis564888B.T. Goto (2013)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora entreriana5111900024M.S. Velázquez & Cabello (2008)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora excavata361679the ornamentation is of large deep cavities, leading to the suspicion that it is related with such organisms as A. scrobiculata.Ingleby & C. Walker (1994)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora foveata109576molecular evidence from two INVAM cultures, CR315 and CR401A. The species description does not illustrate the full amount of variation in the spore ornamentation of the type material. Therefore, it seems likely that ornamentation is somewhat variable.Trappe & Janos (1982)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora fragilissima8205330289D. Redecker, Crossay & Cilia (2018)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora gedanensis133511Błaszk. (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora herrerae8006210295E. Furrazola, B.T. Goto, G.A. Silva, Sieverd. & Oehl (2012)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora ignota8109240262Błaszk., Góralska, Chwat&Goto (2015)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora kentinensis5157310047Basionym: Entrophospora kentinensis C.G. Wu & Y.S. Liu (1995)Kaonongbua, J.B. Morton & Bever (2010)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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Synonym: Kuklospora kentinensis Oehl & Sieverd. (2006)
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1Acaulospora koreanaNEW0315E.H. Lee, S.H. Park & A.H. Eom (2018)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora koskei3632330104Błaszk. (1995)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora lacunosa1029940209J.B. Morton (1986)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora laevisX3080780025Gerd. & Trappe (1974)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora longula105902Spain & N.C. Schenck (1984)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora mellea1059030021Spain & N.C. Schenck (1984)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora minuta5618340210Oehl, Tchabi, Hountondji, Palenz., I.C. Sánchez & G.A. Silva (2011)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora morrowiae105904Spain & N.C. Schenck (1984) [as 'morrowae']AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora nivalis5634930069Oehl, Palenz., I.C. Sánchez, G.A. Silva & Sieverd. (2012)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora papillosa8144070293C.M.R. Pereira & Oehl (2016)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora paulinae126652compare with A. undulata. Species descriptions of A. undulata and A. paulinae are very similar. One of the differences that was considered important in separating the species was that A. undulata did not react in Melzer’s reagent. However, this reaction in members of Acaulospora varies with condition of the specimens, and Kaonongbua et al (2010) (see A. colliculosa) have indicated that reaction to this reagent may be a questionable marker.Błaszk. (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora polonica133512Błaszk. (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora punctata5615430201Oehl, Palenz., I.C. Sánchez, G.A. Silva, C. Castillo & Sieverd. (2012)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora pustulata8026310106bPalenz., Oehl, Azcón-Aguilar & G.A. Silva (2013)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora reducta812332Oehl, B.T. Goto & C.M.R. Pereira (2015)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora rehmii131973Sieverd. & S. Toro (1987)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora rugosa1029950296J.B. Morton (1986)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora saccata8205310290D. Redecker, Crossay & Cilia (2018)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora scrobiculata3080790048Trappe (1977)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora sieverdingii5189410051Oehl, Sýkorová & Błaszk. (2011)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora soloidea518836Vaing. & B.F. Rodrigues (2011)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora spinosa1120490211C. Walker & Trappe (1981)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Kuklospora spinosa570037this is a "Kuklospora" species that was described after the genus Kuklospora had been synonymized with Acaulospora, because of paraphyly and lacking evidence or support as a genus. We place it here in Acaulospora, until formal action has been takenB.P. Cai, Jun Y. Chen, Q.X. Zhang & L.D. Guo (2013)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora spinosissima8317290212Oehl, Palenz., I. C. Sánchez, Tchabi, Hount. & G. A. Silva (2019)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora spinulifera8195080297Hount. & G. A. SilvaAcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora splendida134248produces acaulosporoid spores, but they do not seem to share characteristics with other members of the genus. No molecular data available, thus retained in its current genus.Sieverd., Chaverri & I. Rojas (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora sporocarpia105012S.M. Berch (1985)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora taiwania133517unlikely to be an Acaulospora species. In the species description, it is described as being produced in sporocarps. The illustrations of the species are of such poor quality that it is impossible to draw conclusions other than that it does not look much like an Acaulospora fungus. Type material reported to be lost.H.T. Hu (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora terricola489462Swarupa, Kunwar & Manohar. (2003)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora thomii133513said to be fundamentally different from other species in the genus, and has been considered as a possible member of Archaeospora. One major consideration was the lack of reaction to Melzer’s reagent, but this is not unknown among the ornamented, small-spored species in Acaulospora. Until more is known recombining it within a different genus would be speculative.Błaszk. (1988)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora tortuosa8026320108Palenz., Oehl, Azcón-Aguilar & G.A. Silva (2013)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora tsugae827528T.C.Lin & Oehl (2019)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora tuberculata109577Janos & Trappe (1982)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora verna564365Błaszk. (2012)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora viridis8048830137Palenz., Oehl, Azcón-Aguilar & G.A.Silva (2014)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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1Acaulospora walkeri126648known only from field collected material, this species is close in morphology to other species in the genus with small, smooth, yellow spores.Kramad. & Hedger (1990)AcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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Acaulospora sp. environm. 10129species defined by SSU-ITS-LSU extended DNA barcode from environmental sequencesAcaulosporaceaeDiversisporales
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