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sp. nov. was isolated from snow-covered alpine bare soil and is described as the first eurypsychrophilic species of this genus of filamentous fungi. Colony growth temperature experiments were carried out in the range 4–37 °C. Morphological characteristics and colony appearance were in accordance with characteristics typical for , but does not grow at temperatures of 25 °C and above. Sequence analyses of the internal transcribed spacer and LSU rRNA D1/D2 regions indicated that the strain in question represents a distinct taxon within the genus (, , ). The type strain of is CBS 141017(=JMRC 12083). A morphological description is provided, and a key is presented for the currently known taxa of , a group of interesting fungi that are either saprobes or plant endophytes.

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