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Abstract

Six ascosporulating strains were isolated from epigeal plant parts in Hungary. They share identical D1/D2 LSU rRNA gene sequences with the type strain of , and the physiological characteristics investigated are also very similar to that of the type strain. The only substantial difference compared to the type strain of is their ability to assimilate -glucosides (cellobiose, salicin and arbutin). The majority of the isolation sources of the strains reported in this study have the common feature of containing tannic acid, while the type strain of was recovered from tanning fluid. We were able to induce ascosporulation also in the type strain of . Therefore, Péter, Tornai-Lehoczki & Dlauchy sp. nov. is proposed as the teleomorph of (F. H. Jacob) S. A. Meyer & Yarrow. The type strain is CBS 6071.

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