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Abstract

Two strains of a novel teleomorphic basidiomycete were isolated from grassland soil. Standard phenotypic tests and phylogenetic analyses of 26S rRNA gene (D1/D2 domains) and ITS region sequences showed that the species belongs to the core group of the genus . A novel species, sp. nov., is proposed to accommodate the two strains, with SEG-3-2-AY220 ( = CBS 11562 = MUCL 52878) as the type strain. In addition, phylogenetic analysis revealed great genetic variability in the complex.

Funding
This study was supported by the:
  • , DFG , (Award YU 152/1-1 and BE 2201/9-1)
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