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Abstract

The genus , which now includes species previously assigned to the synonymous genera and , represents the anamorph of the ascosporogenous genus . Six novel species are proposed for assignment to . They were detected from their unique nucleotide sequences in large-subunit rDNA, ITS1–5.8S–ITS2 rDNA, mitochondrial small-subunit rDNA and the cytochrome oxidase II gene. The proposed novel species are sp. nov. (type strain NRRL Y-6844=CBS 10337; substrate unknown; Kansas, USA), sp. nov. (type strain NRRL YB-1343=CBS 10339; from forest debris; Illinois, USA), sp. nov. (type strain NRRL Y-6417=CBS 10336; from soil; Malaysia), sp. nov. (type strain NRRL Y-7993=CBS 10338; from moss; Louisiana, USA), sp. nov. (type strain NRRL YB-2290=CBS 10340; from a fungus; Peoria, IL, USA) and sp. nov. (type strain NRRL Y-27150=CBS 6800; substrate unknown).

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