Prosopidicola Crous & C.L. Lennox, Stud. Mycol. 50(1): '187'  (2004)
Diaporthomycetidae, Diaporthales, Prosopidicolaceae, Prosopidicola
Pathogenic on species of Fabaceae. Asexual morph: Coelomycetous. Conidiomata pycnidial, rarely acervular, solitary or aggregated in a eustromatic stroma with one to several ostioles or astromatic, grey to black, erumpent to immersed. Peridium comprising grey-brown cells of textura angularis. Conidiophores reduced to conidiogenous cells or lining the whole inner layer of the wall, subcylindrical, branched, septate, straight to irregularly curved, base pale brown, becoming medium green-brown at apex. Conidiogenous cells mono- to polyphialidic, tightly aggregated, hyaline, smooth, ampulliform, subcylindrical to lageniform, prominent periclinal thickening, at times with percurrent proliferation. Conidia solitary, subhyaline to grey-brown, smooth, guttulate, straight to variously curved, ellipsoid to fusoid-ellipsoid, apex obtuse, base truncate to bluntly round. Sexual morph: Undetermined (adapted from Senanayake et al. 2017a).
Type species: Prosopidicola mexicana Crous & C.L. Lennox, in Lennox, Serdani, Groenewald & Crous, Stud. Mycol. 50(1): '187'  (2004)
Notes: Prosopidicola mexicana is the causative agent of pod disease of Prosopis glandulosa in Mexico and the USA and it has been proposed as a biocontrol agent (Lennox et al. 2004). Prosopidicola albizziae causes stem cankers on Albizzia falcataria and has been reported from leaves of Albizzia (Crous et al. 2016b).