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Four novel strains were isolated from soil collected in the Okinawa and Yamanashi prefectures, Japan. Based on their morphological and biochemical characteristics, along with sequence typing using the D1/D2 domain of the LSU rRNA, internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region including 5.8S rRNA, and translation elongation factor 1 alpha gene (), the four strains were shown to represent two novel species of the genus , described as sp. nov. (type strain No.3-a(35)=NBRC 110620=CBS 14747) and f.a., sp. nov. (type strain No.313=NBRC 110621=CBS 14748).

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