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Abstract

Two strains of ballistoconidium-forming yeasts, isolated from plants collected in the south-east seacoast of Bangkok, Thailand, were described. The strains (K-272and K-337) were assigned to the genera Bullera and , based on morphological and chemotaxonomical characteristics. , strain K-272is close to , and strain K-337is close to and . These two strains represent new species based on DNA-DNA reassociation experiments. Takashima et Nakase sp. nov. and Takashima et Nakase sp. nov. are proposed for K-272(= JCM 9857) and K-337(= JCM 9858), respectively.

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