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Abstract

On the basis of the nucleotide divergence in the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) domain of the rRNA gene and the D1/D2 domain of the 26S rRNA gene, species of the genus can be divided into different phylogenetic groups. In this study, three distinct phylogenetic clusters as well as a novel species, sp. nov. with type strain CBS 2455 (=JCM 16346), are introduced. Mating studies indicate that strains belonging to are heterothallic.

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The single most parsimonious tree obtained from a heuristic search with 1000 random taxon additions of the ITS sequence alignment (TL=1073 steps; CI=0.473; RI=0.455; RC=0.215). Bar, 10 changes per nucleotide position. Bootstrap support values from 1000 replicates are shown as percentages at the nodes. Thickened lines indicate the strict consensus branches. The tree was rooted to a sequence.



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