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|Title:||A new species of the oligotrophic genus Ochroconis (Sympoventuriaceae)|
Duarte, A. P. M.
Pagnocca, F. C.
Rijs, A. J. M. M.
van den Ende, A. H. G. Gerrits
Menken, S. B. J.
de Hoog, G. S.
|Abstract:||Ochroconis globalis, a novel species of the melanized genus Ochroconis (Sympoventuriaceae, Venturiales), is described and illustrated and distinguished phenotypically and molecularly from existing ochroconis-like species. Phylogenetic analyses using nuclear ribosomal DNA genes (nuSSU, ITS, nuLSU) and coding gene fragments (ACT1, BT2, TEF1) revealed clustering of all strains as a monophyletic clade which was well separated from known Ochroconis species. Most strains of the new species were obtained from human-made environments, while the natural habitat of the species remains enigmatic. The new combination Ochroconis musae is introduced for one of the most commonly encountered Ochroconis species, and a phenotypic key to all species is provided|
|Appears in Collections:||CPQBA - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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