Eighty-one genera and 152 species of anamorphic fungi were found on dead leaves of Pandanaceae, collected in 14 countries (Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Fiji, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nepal, New Zealand, Niue, Philippines, Seychelles, Vanuatu, Vietnam). This includes three new genera of anamorphic fungi (Dichotophora, Ramicapitulum, Sporotretophora) and 20 new species (Arthrowallemia lammaensis, Berkleasmium atroapicale, Cryptophiale fruticetum, Cryptophiale hamulata, Dichotophora asetosa, Dichotophora setiramosa, Dictyosporium acroinflatum, Dictyosporium pandani, Endophragmiella pandani, Endophragmiella queenslandica, Gliomastix pandani, Hemicorynespora mauritiana, Ityorhoptrum sphaericosporum, Mycoleptodiscus freycinetiae, Ramicapitulum chinense, Ramoconidiifera seychellensis, Spadicoides australiensis, Spegazzinia cruciata, Sporotretophora punctata, Thozetella serrata). The new combination Berkleasmium monilicellulare and new name Ramoconidiifera neonominata are also proposed. Each genus is headed with a full bibliographic reference, type species and its associated bibliographic reference, a brief characterisation and discussion regarding taxonomic issues of importance within the genus, and reference to preceding work within the genus. Specimens identified as currently known species are written up with bibliographic details, some relevant measurements of the current specimens, known habitat and distribution, collection details, and a discussion regarding the taxonomic conclusions drawn. Any additional information deemed to be of taxonomic importance is noted, especially if the current specimens differ morphologically or dimensionally from the original described specimen. Taxa confirmed as new to science are written up with a full description, etymology of the specific epithet, known habitat and distribution, collection details, and a discussion of relevant details defending the introduction of a new taxon. New taxa are illustrated with a photographic plate showing macro- and microscopic details relevant to the specimen in question. Keys and/or synoptic tables are provided to all species in 28 genera.