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“Introduction Currently, the
fungal genus Trichoderma/Hypocrea 1 comprises more than 200 validly described species, which have been recognised by molecular phylogenetic analysis (Atanasova et al. 2013). This high taxonomic diversity in Trichoderma/Hypocrea is not only reflected in a permanently increasing number of species (Jaklitsch 2009, 2011; Jaklitsch and Voglmayr 2012; Jaklitsch et al. 2012, 2013; Chaverri et al. 2011; Samuels and Ismaiel 2011, Samuels et al. 2012a,b; Kim et al. 2012, 2013; Yamaguchi et al. 2012; Li et al. 2013; López-Quintero et al. 2013, Yabuki et al. 2014), but also in a fast-growing number of secondary metabolites of remarkable structural diversity. The latter include low-molecular-weight click here compounds such as pyrones (Jeleń et al. 2013), butenolides, terpenes, and steroids, but also N-heterocyclic compounds and isocyanides.