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Abstract

Representatives of two new yeast species, and , have been recovered from highmoor peat. forms two to four hat-shaped spores in the ascus; each of the ledges of the ascospores has a bulb at the end. It is nonfermentative and insoitol positive forms abundant true mycelium with conidia on denticles. The cell wall structure corresponds to that of ascomycetous yeasts. This species is urease negative, inositol positive, nonfermentative, and nitrate negative. The type strains of these species are AM-125 (=CBS 0000; = IBPhM Y-888) and AM-146 (= CBS 0000; = IBPhM Y-917), respectively.

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