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Physiological characters, mating compatibility, PCR-RAPD fingerprints, mol% G+C content, DNA–DNA relatedness, and large-subunit and internal transcribed spacer rRNA gene sequences of strains assigned to the genus were re-examined. On the basis of those data, and after phylogenetic analyses, an emendation of (type material is a cross of CBS 6736×CBS 5839) is proposed, comprising two novel anamorphic varieties, var. (CBS 6736) and var. (CBS 5839). A novel teleomorphic species, sp. nov. (type material is a cross of CBS 4099×CBS 7521) is described, together with two novel anamorphic varieties corresponding to it, var. (CBS 4099) and var. (CBS 7115).

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