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Abstract

(Lavie ex van Uden et Vidal-Leiria) Meyer et Yarrow differs from (Lavie ex van Uden et Vidal-Leiria) Meyer et Yarrow var. Golubev et Bab’eva in DNA base composition, DNA relatedness, ubiquinone system, and cellular fatty acid composition. We propose that var. should be elevated to species level and named comb. nov. The type strain of this species is strain CBS 6939 (= NRIC [Nodai Research Institute Culture Collection, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan] 1910 = CCRC [Culture Collection and Research Center, Food Industry Research and Development Institute, Taiwan, Republic of China] 22278 = IFO 10031).

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