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Five strains (CCY 058-007-001, CCY 058-007-002, CCY 058-007-003, CCY 058-007-004 and CCY 058-007-005) of a novel parasitic yeast belonging to the genus were isolated from leaf tissues of L. (), collected from the Vysoké Tatry Mountains, Slovakia. Genetic analyses revealed that these isolates differ by 15 unique substitutions in the ITS region and by six substitutions in the gene from all other species of the genus analysed hitherto. The novel strains are also distinguished from all other species of the genus by their morphology, biochemical properties and ecology. These strains represent a novel species, for which the name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is CCY 058-007-001(=CBS 14159=BU001). The MycoBank number is MB815677. The present study also demonstrates that two distinct species of the genus parasitize the herbaceous sp. nov. on and on species.

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