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Two strains, D5088 and D5095, representing a novel yeast species belonging to the genus were isolated from oak tree bark and surrounding soil located at an altitude of 1000 m above sea level in Saint Auban, France. Sequence analyses of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region and 26S rRNA D1/D2 domains indicated that the two strains were most closely related to and . Genetic hybridization analyses showed that both strains are reproductively isolated from all other species and, therefore, represent a distinct biological species. The species name sp. nov. is proposed to accommodate these two strains, with D5088 (=CBS 14759=NCYC 3947) designated as the type strain.

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