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Table 1 List of Chrysosporium and related species examined.

From: Xerochrysium gen. nov. and Bettsia, genera encompassing xerophilic species of Chrysosporium

Strain 1 Species Notes 1,2 Origin GenBank No.
CBS 593.71 Amauroascus aureus Clade IV Neotype of Gymnoascus aureus Decayed wood, Cryptomeria japonica, Mt. Yudono, Japan KC989708
CBS 342.64 Aphanoascus terreus Clade II (no living ex-type culture available) Lawn soil, India. Anamorph, C. indicum (H.S. Randhawa & R.S. Sandhu) Garg KC989709
CBS 272.66 Arthroderma ciferrii (Isotype) Clade VII Soil, Arkansas, USA. Anamorph, C. georgiae (Varsavsky & Ajello) Oorschot KC989711
CBS 473.77 Arthroderma tuberculatum (Type) Clade VII Feather of Turdus americanus, Urbana, IL, USA KC989710
FRR 4958 C. botryoides (Type3) = CBS 492.91 Nest of Osmia cornifrons, Nagano region, Japan KC989712
CBS 643.79 C. carmichaelii (Type) Clade VI Michigan, USA KC989713
CBS 688.71 Bettsia alvei (Type)   Pollen in honeycomb, Zeeland, Denmark KC989714
FRR 2000 C. farinicola = UAMH 4688 Prunes, Young, NSW, Australia KC989715
CBS 298.95 C. farinicola   Prune processing equipment, UK KC989716
FRR 77 C. fastidium (Type) = IMI 126288, CBS 154.67, ATCC 18053, ATCC 36783, UAMH 2369 Dried prunes, Leeton, NSW, Australia KC989717
FRR 376 C. fastidium   Dried prunes, Australia KC989718
FRR 81 C. fastidium Identified as C. fastidium, appearance and LSU sequence of C. farinicola (Table 3, Fig. 1) Dried prunes, Australia KC989725
J211 C. fastidium Identified as C. fastidium, appearance and LSU sequence of C. farinicola (Table 3, Fig. 1) Dried prunes, Australia KC989734
FRR 4953 C. globiferum (Type) = CBS 454.91 Nest cells of Osmia cornifrons, Nagano region, Japan KC989719
FRR 4957 C. globiferum var. articulatum (Type) = CBS 493.91 Nest cells of Osmia cornifrons, Nagano region, Japan KC989720
FRR 4956 Chrysosporium globiferum var. niveum (Type) = CBS 455.91 Nest cells of Osmia cornifrons, Nagano region, Japan KC989721
FRR 4954 C. hispanicum (Type) = CBS486.91 Nest cells of Osmia cornuta, Valladolid, Spain KC989722
FRR 4955 C. holmii (Type) = CBS487.91 Nest cells of Osmia rufa, Glostrup, Denmark KC989723
FRR 2357 C. inops   Chopped Chinese dates, Australia KC989724
CBS 297.95 C. inops   Chinese five spice powder, Sheffield, UK JF922024
FRR 4952 C. medium (Type) = CBS488.91 Nest cells of Osmia rufa, Tåstrup, Denmark KC989726
FRR 4949 C. medium var. spissescens (Type) = CBS 489.91 Nest cells of Osmia rufa, Tåstrup, Denmark KC989727
CBS 388.68 C. merdarium (Type species)   Soil KC989728
FRR 4950 C. minus (Type) = CBS 490.91 Nest cells of Osmia rufa, Karlslunde, Denmark KC989729
FRR 4951 C. pyriforme (Type) = CBS 491.91 Nest cells of Osmia rufa, Sweden KC989730
CBS 634.79 C. sulfureum Clade VI Cheese rind, Switzerland KC989731
CBS 640.79 C. synchronum (Type) Clade VIII Sordariomycetes Commercially grown Agaricus bisporus, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada KC989732
CBS 171.62 C tropicum (Isotype) Clade I Woollen overcoat, Guadalcanal, Solomon Is. KC989733
CBS 153.67 C. xerophilum = ATCC 18052, IMI 126287, UAMH 2368 Dried prunes, Sydney, NSW, Australia JF922023
CBS 437.88 C. zonatum (Type) Clade I Horse dung, Kuwait KC989735
CBS 407.71 Nannizziopsis vriesii Clade IV Status: Isotype of Rollandina vriesii Ameiva (lizard) skin and lung, Netherlands KC989736
CBS 708.79 Renispora flavissima Clade IV Soil in barn housing Myotis velifer, Kansas, USA KC989737
CBS 120.77 Uncinocarpus reesii (Type) Clade III Feather, Australia KC989738
  1. 1Culture collections of CBS (Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht, The Netherlands), FRR (CSIRO Animal, Food and Health Sciences, North Ryde, Australia); J (Dept of Microbiology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden).
  2. 2Clade numbers refer to the groupings of Vidal et al. (2000).
  3. 3All types studies were ex-type cultures.