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Abstract

Two novel species, f.a., sp. nov. (type strain FB1-1DASP = CBS 12905 = CBMAI 1613) and f.a., sp. nov. (type strain H10Y = CBS 12902 = CBMAI 1614) are proposed in the clade (Saccharomycetes, Saccharomycetales) to accommodate three strains isolated from flowers and fruits typical of the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest. The novel status of these yeast species was established by sequence divergence observed in the D1/D2 domains of the LSU rRNA gene from the most closely related, described species as well as by phylogenetic analysis. sp. nov. differs from its nearest phylogenetic neighbours CBS 12178, CBS 10935 and CBS 8459 by 2.2–4.2 % in the D1/D2 sequences. By contrast, a sequence divergence of 13.2–13.8 % was observed between sp. nov. and its closest, described phylogenetic relative JCM 12558 and JCM 12559. Taxonomic descriptions of the two novel species are given.

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