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Abstract

sp. nov. (NRRL Y-11581  = CBS 12303, type strain) is described from 12 strains isolated from flux of the sandalwood () and adjacent soil in Hawaii, USA. Analyses of gene sequences from the D1/D2 domains of nuclear large subunit rRNA, internal transcribed spacer (ITS), mitochondrial small-subunit rRNA and translation elongation factor-1α each separated the proposed novel species from and , the other known species of the genus . The three species are morphologically similar but they can be separated by growth reactions in standard assimilation tests. An additional strain of (NRRL Y-11788), a species previously known only from Thailand, was obtained from spoiled condensed milk in Ohio, USA.

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