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Analysis of D1/D2 large-subunit (LSU) rRNA gene sequences predicted that 17 yeast isolates, mainly from viscous gels (biofilms) taken from the stone chamber interior of the Kitora tumulus in Nara, Japan, were placed in the and clades. Polyphasic characterization, including morphological, physiological and chemotaxonomic characteristics, multigene sequence divergence and DNA–DNA hybridization, strongly suggested the assignment of one novel species to each of the clades; these are f.a., sp. nov., with the type strain JCM 31005 (ex-type CBS 14158 = isolate K8617-6-8), and f.a., sp. nov., with the type strain JCM 31007 (ex-type CBS 14157 = isolate K61208-2-11). Furthermore, the transfer of five known species of the genus as novel combinations to the genera and is proposed; these are f.a., comb. nov. (type strain CBS 11171 = ATCC MYA-4568), f.a., comb. nov. (type strain JCM 15403 = ex-type CBS 10917 = isolate T6517-9-5), f.a., comb. nov. (type strain JCM 15410 = CBS 10916 = isolate T4922-1-1), f.a., comb. nov. (type strain NRRL Y-27161 = CBS 7317) and f.a., comb. nov. (type strain CBS 8813 = MUCL 41424).

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