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Abstract

An endophytic member of the genus was isolated from the root of a healthy 3-year-old in Yunnan province, PR China. The results of phylogenetic analyses based on a combined of ITS, 1 and 2 indicated that this isolate was distinct from other species of the genus and closely related to . It can be distinguished from by its slower growth rates on PDA and colony morphology. The novel isolate formed conidia in thick white pustules scattered mostly at the margin. Its conidiophores tended to be regularly -like, little branched, sometimes substituted by phialides singly or in whorls. Conidia are smooth, mostly broadly subglobose to ellipsoidal. In combination with the genotypic and phenotypic characteristics, all data demonstrated that the fungus studied represented a unique and distinguishable novel species of the genus , for which the name sp. nov. is proposed.

Funding
This study was supported by the:
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , LiaoNing Revitalization Talents Program , (Award XLYC1902072)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Liaoning Natural Science Foundation , (Award 2019MS298)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Liaoning Natural Science Foundation , (Award 2019ZD0464)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Science and Technique Programs of Yunnan Province , (Award 2017IB038)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , National Natural Science Foundation of China , (Award 31770545)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , National Natural Science Foundation of China , (Award 81703397)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Basic Scientific Research Program in Higher Education of Liaoning Province , (Award 2017LQN17)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Key Research and Development Program of Liaoning Province , (Award 2017107013)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , Science and Technique Programs of Yunnan Province , (Award 2016ZF001-001)
  • Yi-Xuan Zhang , National Drug Innovation Major Project of China , (Award 2018ZX09735001-002-002)
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