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Abstract

In the course of an ongoing study aiming to catalogue the natural yeast biodiversity of Iran, a number of yeasts were isolated from plant material collected from mangrove forests on the shoreline of Qeshm Island. Two strains were identified as members of order Microstromatales. Standard phenotypic, biochemical, physiological characterization and a phylogenetic analyses of the combined 26S rRNA gene (D1/D2 domains) and ITS region sequences showed the conspecificity of these isolates and suggest their placement in the genus Jaminaea, close to Jaminaea lanaiensis and Jaminaea angkoriensis. Here, we describe this species as Jaminiaea pallidilutea sp. nov. with IBRC-M 30284=DSM 104392=CBS 14684 as the type strain. The Mycobank accession number is MB 819618.

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