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sp. nov. is described from cultures of material collected on leaves and wooden surfaces in Thailand and the type isolate is NRRL 58539. Phylogenetically it is distinct from other species of the genus . Phenotypically it is distinguished by its cardinal growth temperatures, salt tolerance and production of reddish brown hyphal pigmentation in PDA cultures, but micro-morphologically it is not clearly distinguishable from . Unlike , sp. nov. produces a non-pullulan extracellular polysaccharide whose characteristics are unknown. The two known isolates of sp. nov. possess an approx. 500 bp type I intron in the 18S rRNA gene that is present in ITS amplifications using primers ITS4 and ITS5. isolates uniformly lack this intron.

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