Draft genomes of the fungal species Ambrosiella cleistominuta, Cercospora brassicicola, C. citrullina, Physcia stellaris,
and Teratosphaeria pseudoeucalypti are presented. Physcia stellaris is an important lichen forming fungus and
Ambrosiella cleistominuta is an ambrosia beetle symbiont. Cercospora brassicicola and C. citrullina are agriculturally
relevant plant pathogens that cause leaf-spots in brassicaceous vegetables and cucurbits respectively. Teratosphaeria
pseudoeucalypti causes severe leaf blight and defoliation of Eucalyptus trees. These genomes provide a valuable
resource for understanding the molecular processes in these economically important fungi.