APHOTOMARINE

An educational resource dedicated mainly to the photography
and diversity of marine life that can be found in coastal waters
and intertidal areas of Great Britain and Ireland.

Marine fungi (Marine fungi images)
Ascomycota

Pezizomycotina (Subdivision) > Dothideomycetes (Class) > Dothideomycetidae (Subclass) > Capnodiales (Order)

Mycosphaerellaceae (Family)

Stigmidium
Stigmidium ascophylli (Cotton) Aptroot 2006
- A lichenicolous ascomycete fungi
(An example of mycophycobiosis)

Pezizomycotina (Subdivision) > Sordariomycetes (Class) > Hypocreomycetidae (Subclass) > Microascales (Order)

Halosphaeriaceae (Family)

Corollospora
Corollospora maritima Werderm, 1922
- A Marine fungus

Pezizomycotina (Subdivision) > Sordariomycetes (Class) > Sordariomycetidae (Subclass) > Sordariales (Order)

Chaetomiaceae (Family)

Trichocladium
Trichocladium achrasporum (Meyers & R. T. Moore) M. Dixon ex Shearer & J. L. Crane 1971 - A Marine fungus

Basidiomycota

Agaricomycotina (Subdivision) > Agaricomycetes (Class) > Agaricomycetidae (Subclass) > Agaricales (Order)

Physalacriaceae (Family)

Mycaureola
Mycaureola dilseae Maire & Chemin, 1922
- A fungal disease of the alga Dilsea carnosa

Other images of marine fungi

Marine fungus on Dosima fascicularis, Buoy barnacle plate, from a Scotty bait jar at Perranuthnoe. 12.12.15.

Images that may be of marine fungi -

Marine fungus 1, on Saw wrack, Fucus serratus,
in middleshore pool Spit Point. 27.06.10.

Marine fungus 2 ? on Saw wrack, Fucus serratus,
on lowershore Albert Reef, Penzance. 03.09.13.

Marine fungus 3, on Ceramium species,
found on Canadian fish box at Marazion. 22.10.13.

Marine fungus 4, on dead amphipod species,
tidal river bed, Newlyn, Cornwall. 15.08.16.

Marine fungus 5, species on other algae, found
in middleshore pool Spit Point. 27.06.10.

Marine fungus 6, on Tubularia indivisa, Oaten pipes.

Marine fungi are a largely unknown group but can be found all around the coast of the UK. They can often be found on shells, sand, driftwood and seaweed on the shore.

Marine slime mould-like protists

Chromalveolata> heterokontophyta> Labyrinthulomycetes> Labyrinthulales> Labyrinthulaceae>

Labyrinthula
Labyrinthula zosterae D. Porter & Muehlst., in Muehlstein & Short, 1991 ? - Wasting Disease of Seagrass (Zostera marina) by a marine slime mould-like protist

Terrestrial fungi on shore plants

Uromyces
Uromyces limonii (DeCandolle) Léveillé 1849
- Sea Lavender Rust

 

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