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Abstract

Multiple isolates belonging to the ascomycetous genus Zygotorulaspora were obtained from forest soils and tree bark in Shiba Prefecture in Japan, and Lake Daniels, Lewis Pass, in New Zealand. Phylogenetic analyses employing combined sequences of the D1/D2 domain and ITS region support the recognition of two new species: Zygotorulaspora chibaensis sp. nov. (type strain PYCC 6970=CBS 15364) and Zygotorulaspora danielsina sp. nov. (type strain PYCC 6984=CBS 15365). Both species are able to grow on d-xylose and l-arabinose and at 35 °C, unlike Zygotorulaspora florentina and Zygotorulaspora mrakii, the other two species in the genus.

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