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Table 2 GenBank* sequences (accession numbers) used in this study.

From: A revision of Salispina, its placement in a new family, Salispinaceae (Rhipidiales), and description of a fourth species, S. hoi sp. nov

Species Strain information cox1 cox2 LSU
H. vesicula ex-type NBRC 32216 MG019397 MF991427 KT455418
  (= CBS 393.81 = IFO 32216)    
P. helicoides CBS 286.31 MF397921 MF397926 HQ665186
P. kandeliae CBS 111.91 HQ708207 MF397928 HQ665065
P. megacarpum CBS 112351 HQ708435 AB690665 HQ665067
P. montanum CBS 111349 HQ708436 AB690667 HQ665064
P. ostracodes CBS 768.73 EF408874 AB690668 HQ665295
P. vexans CBS 119.80 EF426548 EF426547 HQ665090
Ph. boehmeriae CBS 291.29 HQ261251 PD_00181 HQ665190
  (= PD_00181 = P6950)    
Ph. insolita IMI 288805 PD_00175 PD_00175 EU080180
  (= PD_00175 = P6195)    
Ph. kernoviae P10958 PD_00105 PD_00105 PD_00105
Ph. quininea CBS 406.48 (= P3247) PD_00126 PD_00126 PD_00126
Ph. ramorum CBS 101553 HQ708387 PD_00065 HQ665053
  (= PD_00065 = P10103)    
Py. aquatile CBS 215.80 HQ708492 KJ595355 HQ665153
Py. capillosum CBS 222.94 HQ708529 KJ595360 HQ665164
Py. torulosum CBS 316.33 HQ708900 KJ595374 HQ665206
Py. inflatum CBS 168.68 HQ708610 KJ595352 HQ665140
S. sapeloensis ex-type LT6440 KT897704 KJ654178 HQ232457
  (= CBS 127946 = NBRC 108756)    
S. intermedia ex-type CCIBt 4155 KT886053 NS KT920432
S. intermedia CCIBt 4153 KT886052 NS KT920431
S. intermedia CCIBt 4156 KT886054 NS KT920433
S. intermedia CCIBt 4115 KT886055 NS NS
S. hoi ex-type USTCMS 1611 MG019399 MF991430 MG385863
S. lobata ex-type CBS 588.85 KT886056 MF991429 NS
  (= NBRC 32592 = IFO 32592 = ATCC 28291)    
S. spinosa ex-type CBS 591.85 KT886057 MF991428 KT920434
  (= NBRC 32593 = IFO 32593 = ATCC 28294)    
S. elongatus CBS 213.82 MG019398 KT257452 AF235950
S. parasitica CBS 223.65 NW012157837 NW012157837 HQ665165
S. ferax P1.5.14 KP965743 KP965749 NS
  1. NS: No sequence was used for the respective loci.
  2. *Some sequences of Phytophthora spp. were downloaded from the Phytophthora database (
  3. Strains used in multigene analyses.