A name that has been widely and persistently used for a taxon or taxa not including its type is not to be used in a sense that conflicts with current usage unless and until a proposal to deal with it under Art. 14.1 or 56.1 has been submitted and rejected.
The name Bovista pusilla (Batsch : Pers.) Pers., based on Lycoperdon pusillum Batsch : Pers., is typified by a plate (t. 41, fig. 228 in Batsch, Elench. Fung. Cont. Secunda. 1789) that represents the species currently known as B. limosa Rostr. (1894) s. l., but has been widely and persistently used for either or both of two different species, the correct names of which are B. dermoxantha Vitt. and B. furfuracea (J. F. Gmel.) Pers. Unless and until a proposal to reject the name B. pusilla or to conserve B. limosa against it has been submitted and rejected, the name B. pusilla is not to be used.
In pleomorphic fungi (including lichenicolous fungi, but excluding lichen-forming fungi and those fungi traditionally associated with them taxonomically, e.g. Mycocaliciaceae), in cases where, prior to 1 January 2013, both teleomorph-typified and anamorph-typified names were widely used for a taxon, an anamorph-typified name that has priority is not to displace the teleomorph name(s) unless and until a proposal to reject the former under Art. 56.1 or 56.3 or to deal with the latter under Art. 14.1 or 14.13 has been submitted and rejected.
The anamorph-typified Polychaeton (Pers.) Lév. (1846) was not taken up by Chomnunti & al. (in Fungal Div. 51: 116. 2011) in preference to the later, widely used teleomorph-typified Capnodium Mont. (1849). The authors suggested that Capnodium be considered for inclusion in the planned lists of accepted names to be approved by the General Committee under Art. 14.13. Unless and until such a proposal (or a proposal to conserve Capnodium under Art. 14.1 or to reject Polychaeton under Art. 56.1 or 56.3) has been submitted and rejected, the name Polychaeton is not to be used in preference to Capnodium.
Pending action under Art. 14.1 or 14.13, the anamorph-typified Pyricularia Sacc. (1880), even though earlier, is not to displace the teleomorph-typified Magnaporthe R. A. Krause & R. K. Webster (1972), as both names are widely used.