Repetophragma fragile and R. ibericum, two new microfungi collected on plant
debris, are described and illustrated. Repetophragma fragile is distinguished by variable,
subnavicular, obovoid to subrhomboidal, collapsing, 0–1-septate, pale brown conidia ofen
with faint bands or irregular spots on the surface. Repetophragma ibericum is characterized
by turbinate to globose, mostly 2-septate, guttulate conidia, with brown central cell and paler
brown end cells.