The genus Hemibeltrania was proposed by Pirozynski (1963) to accommodate two species, Hansfordia cinnamomi Deighton and Mammaria nectandrae Bat. & Maia. Straight or flexuous setae, simple, erect, cylindrical, smooth. Conidiophores macronematous, mononematous, grouped, straight to slightly flexuous, simple or branched, smooth. Conidiogenic cells, polyblastic, terminal, integrated, sympodial, cylindrical, smooth. Conidia holoblastic, solitary, schizolytic, 0-sept, navicular to spindle-shaped, simple, dry, smooth, subhyaline (Castañeda-Ruiz; Kendrick, 1991).
The study of conidial fungi in various environments and countries can help expand knowledge of the diversity of this group, as well as find conservation measures for them.
Distributation: tropical climate regions
The species has been found in South and Central America, in humid and semiarid forests, however, these data are as yet insufficient to establish population trend
Population Trend: Uncertain
Saprobic on leaves and leaf litter
There are no records of this species in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceania. In Brazil, there are only records in the Northeast region.