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Abstract

The new mesophilic species was isolated from soil. resembles the type species of the genus in exhibiting acropetal budding of the hyphae, in having a two-layered hyphal wall, in cell wall composition (chemotype IV), in phospholipids (type III), in the lack of mycolic acid, and in the occurrence of yellow pigments (carotenoids). is characterized by densely aggregated substrate and aerial hyphae that frequently bear apical and intercalary swellings, by thick-walled spores, by white aerial mycelium and by being mesophilic. The type strain is strain MB H-146 ( = DSM 43592 = CBS 160.82).

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