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Ribosomal sequences of unpublished species

Herman Phaff isolated, purified, and thoroughly characterized thousands of strains over the years.  Many did not match known species at the time, and were designated simply by genus, such as “Candida sp.” or “Pichia sp.” Until his death at the age of 88, he continued to spend time in his laboratory, characterizing these strains gathered over the years, and publishing one or two new species descriptions per year.

Ribosomal sequencing of the D1/D2 region of the large (26S) ribosomal subunit of hundreds of these strains has revealed upwards of 100 unpublished species in the Phaff collection.  Two obstacles currently delay the publication of these species: additional isolates, and further characterization.  We would like to offer to share ribosomal sequences of these potentially novel species to researchers who have additional isolates and wish to collaborate on publication of these new species. 

All sequences have been compared to those in public databases using the NCBI Nucleotide-Nucleotide blast search [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov].  The sequences selected for listing on this web site differ by six or more nucleotides (1% divergence) from other sequence accessions.  Many additional sequences have been obtained that differ by one to five nucleotides, but are not considered novel species at this time.  Contact the collection curator for information on these similar strains. 

The potentially new species have been divided into two groups, ascomycetes and basidiomycetes.  By clicking on the links below, you will download a table of strains of potentially new species, sorted by the most similar published species.  For example, strain UCD 74-1030 is listed alphabetically under “P” because it differs from Pichia pastoris by six substitutions.

Ascomycetous novel species
Basidiomycetous novel species

Potential new species in the Phaff collection
Based on over 1% divergence in the D1D2 region of the large (26S) ribosomal subunit

Top hit in BLAST search

Strain ID number

Source

Results of BLAST search

ASCOMYCETES

Ambrosiozyma philentoma

73-686

Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from full crop of Drosophila setosifrons, male.

 10 nt different from Ambrosiozyma philentoma

andida tanzawaensis.

68-639

Near Portage Glacier near Anchorage.   Isolated from exudate of Alnus sinuata (sitka alder).

23 nt different from Candida tanzawaensis.  323, 360 and 370 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida amapae NRRL Y-17845

68-1010.3

Highway 26, Oregon isolated from phloem of A. concolor, frass and tunnels"

27 nt different from Candida amapae NRRL Y-17845

Candida batistae

61-130

Peach orchards, near Winters, CA 2/14/61, isolated from Drosophila pseudoobscura

24 nt different from Candida batistae

Candida batistae.

62-138

Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Astragalus or Vicia sp. flowers in Canada.

24 nt different from Candida batistae.  Same as 157 = 62-205.  Different from 119

Candida batistae

62-205

Saskatoon, Canada.   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from an unidentified flower near Saskatoon, Canada.

23 nt plus two 1-nt insertions from Candida batistae.  Identical to 117.  Different from 119

Candida bituminiphila

76-10

 Isolated from Drosophila carbonaria breeding in mesquite flux by W. Starmer (Starmer#75-159.4)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 406)

Candida bituminiphila

76-5

Isolated from flux of Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) by W.T. Starmer (Starmer#75-140.6)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 400, 409)

Candida bituminiphila

76-6

      isolated from flux of Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) by W.T. Starmer (Starmer#75-141.7)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 400, 406)

Candida bituminiphila

76-7

      isolated from flux of Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) by W.T. Starmer (Starmer#75-142.6)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 400, 406, 409)

Candida bituminiphila

76-8

      isolated from flux of Prosopis juliflora (mesquite tree) by W.T. Starmer (Starmer#75-143.6)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 400, 406, 409, 410)

Candida bituminiphila

76-9

      isolated from Drosophila carbonaria breeding in mesquite flux by W. Starmer (Starmer#75-156.4)

21 nt plus large insertion different from Candida bituminiphila (same as 400, 406, 409, 410, 412)

Candida caseinolytica

83-414.3

   Ironwood Park in Tucson Mnts, AZ   Rotting cladode of Opuntia phaeacantha

31 nt different from Candida caseinolytica

Candida caseinolytica

85-807.5

   Tucson   Opuntia phaecantha

43 nt different from Candida caseinolytica

Candida davisiana

05-690

Olive fly, Winters CA

17 nt different from Candida davisiana

Candida cf. glabrata UWO 98-110.4

64-1000

      Microbiology class isolate from cottonwood flux near UCD picnic ground.

25 nt different from Candida cf. glabrata UWO 98-110.4

Candida cylindraceae

73-644.1.2

 

7 nt different from Candida cylindraceae

Candida freyschussii

59-187

Obtained from USDA lab in Berkeley   "Warm Springs, Indian Reservation,  Oregon/59"   Isolated from Dendroctonus brevicomis in Pinus ponderosa

40 nt substitutions/deletions from Candida freyschussii

Candida lactis-condensi.

62-303

   Saskatoon, Canada   "Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Aster sp. in Saskatoon, Canada."

24 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida lactis-condensi.  Same as 058, 336, 337, 338

Candida lactis-condensi.

62-304

   Saskatoon, Canada   "Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Aster sp. in Saskatoon, Canada."

17 nt different plus two large insertions from Candida lactis-condensi.  058, 336, 337, 338 same.

Candida lactis-condensi.

62-305

   Saskatoon, Canada   "Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Aster sp. in Saskatoon, Canada."

24 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida lactis-condensi.  Same as 058, 336, 337, 338

Candida lactis-condensi.

62-306

   Saskatoon, Canada   "Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Aster sp. in Saskatoon, Canada."

24 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida lactis-condensi.  Same as 058, 336, 337, 338

Candida litsaeae

69-1026

      Isolated from flux of a cotton wood tree. Bact. Class isolate 10/69.

40 nt different from Candida litsaeae

Candida llanquihuiensis

67-211

   at Bijo-Daira, Toyama, Japan, altitude 1200m, 5/67."   "From exudate of Fagus crenata

22 nt different from Candida llanquihuiensis

Candida membranifaciens

80-98

M. C. Pignal, Biol. Vegetale, Leures, Bat 405, Lyon I 43, BD iiNOV/9D, 69622, Villerubanne Cedex, France   France  

18 nt different from Candida membranifaciens

Candida montana

54-11.355

Knapp, student of Herman Phaff   "Yosemite area,  Mather" California   "Isolated from exudate of black oak (Quercus kelloggii), +/- 5000 ft."

54 nt different from Candida montana

Candida montana

72-271

   Hawaii  

30 nt different from Candida montana

Candida montana

73-591.2

   Kilauea Forest. Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from Cheirodendron bark with larvae.

33 nt different from Candida montana

Candida montana

73-593.2

   Kilauea Forest. Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from Cheirodendron bark with larvae.

32 nt different from Candida montana

Candida oleophila

92-81

   Hseto Park. Taiwan   Moss on bark of Zelkova serrata

 37 nt plus 2 insertions different from Candida oleophila

Candida ontarioensis

61-362

   "UCD Campus,  Jan..  1961"   Isolated from slime flux of Ulmus carpinifolia

25 nt plus large insertions different from Candida ontarioensis

Candida ontarioensis

61-365

   "UCD Campus,  Jan.,  1961"   Isolated from slime flux of Ulmus carpinifolia

13 nt plus large insertion different from Candida ontarioensis

Candida palmioleophila

76-564

   Arizona   isolated from mushrooms

24 nt different from Candida palmioleophila

Candida palmioleophila.

76-589

   Arizona   isolated from mushrooms

29 nt different from Candida palmioleophila.  Compare to 408.

Candida piceae

67-525

   Inago, Yamagat, Japan   "From exudate of Cornus controversa at Inago, Yamagat, Japan, 5/67."

7 nt different from Candida piceae.  071, 380 and 382 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida piceae.

68-823

   "At mile 210, Alcan Highway, British Columbia, Canada."   Isolated from active flux of Betula sp.

7 nt different from Candida piceae..  071, 380 and 382 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida piceae

68-921.2

   "5 miles from Emory Creek, Br. Columbia, Canada"   isolated from active flux of Betula sp.

7 nt different from Candida piceae..  071, 380 and 382 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida pseudointermedia

67-305

   Mt Kunimi, Japan   "From exudate of Betula grossa,  Mt. Kunimi, Japan, altitude 1200m."

24 nt substitutions/insertions plus two large insertions different from Candida pseudointermedia

Candida shehatae var. lignosa

68-643

Phaff   "on Swan Lake Rd, Kenai Peninsula Alaska."   Isolated from frass of Picea sitchensis (sitka spruce).

31 nt different from Candida shehatae var. lignosa.  Same as 285.

Candida shehatae var. lignosa

68-768.1

Phaff   "mile 584 Alcan Highway, British Columbia, Canada."   Isolated from dead Picea (spruce) sp. with secodary frass & beetles.

31 nt different from Candida shehatae var. lignosa.  Same as 284.

Candida silvatica

51-150

   "Aspen Valley, Yosemite area,  California  07/51"    Isolated from Drosophila occidentalis

13 nt different from Candida silvatica

Candida silvatica.

67-212

   at Rijo-Daira, Toyama, Japan, altitude 1200m, 5/67."   "From exudate of Fagus crenata

11 nt different plus two large insertions from Candida silvatica.  Incomplete sequence data.

Candida sp. NRRL Y-17456

83-23

      Almond hulls (dry) 7 June 1983

2 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida sp. NRRL Y-17456

Candida sp. NRRL Y-17678

92-55

   Hseto Park, Taiwan   Flowers of Brugmansia suaveoleus

27 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida sp. NRRL Y-17678.  A few nt different from 588.

Candida sp. NRRL Y-17678

92-61

   Hseto Park, Taiwan   Rotten bamboo shoot of Phyllostachys pubescens

24 nt plus two large insertions different from Candida sp. NRRL Y-17678

Candida sp. NRRL YB-2076

67-201

   Hiroshima, Japan   "Isolated from exudate of Fagus crenata, Hiroshima (Kario-yama) 1200 meter, Japan, 4/67."

20 nt different from Candida sp. NRRL YB-2076

Candida sp. UWO 95-697.4

67-288

   Mt Kunimi, Japan   "From exudate of Betula grossa,  Mt. Kunimi, Japan. 4/67."

17 nt different from Candida sp. UWO 95-697.4

Candida tanzawaensis

68-778.1

   "Liard Hot spring. mile 496 Alcan Highway, British Columbia, Canada."   Isolated from “Sun Dew” insect eating plant.

23 nt different from Candida tanzawaensis.  323, 360 and 370 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida tanzawaensis U44811.1.

60-376

   "Peach Orchard near Winters,  11/60"   Isolated from Drosophila pseudoobscura

23 nt different from Candida tanzawaensis U44811.1.  323, 360 and 370 have same D1D2 sequence.

Candida trypodendroni

83-723

   "Great Inagua Island, Bahamas, West Indies"   Opuntia moniliformis

12 nt different from Candida trypodendroni; same as 425

Candida trypodendroni NRRL Y-6488

83-722

   "Great Inagua Island, Bahamas, West Indies"   Opuntia moniliformis

12 nt different from Candida trypodendroni NRRL Y-6488 = CBS 8505.  Same as 426

Candida wyomingensis

68-699.1

   "60 mi S. of Tok on Highway 1, Alaska."   Isolated from exudate of Salix sp.

3 nt plus deletions from Candida wyomingensis

Cryptococcus cylindricus

73-630.2.2

   Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from lower surface of Cheirodendron brown leaf.

17 nt different from Cryptococcus cylindricus

Dipodascus australiensis

91-469.4

   "Northern Argentina south of Chucalesne, south of Huoma huaca"   Isolated from Trichocereus pasacanna

10 nt different plus deletions from Dipodascus australiensis

Dipodascus ingens

91-476.3

   Along the road east from Tucuman to Termas   Isolated from Opuntia quimilo

6 nt different plus insertions from Dipodascus ingens

Dipodascus starmeri

81-155

   "Piritu, Venezuela"   rot of Opuntia elatior

9 nt different from Dipodascus starmeri

Dipodascus starmeri

81-485.5

   "City of Tucson, AZ"   Opuntia ficus-indica

10 nt different from Dipodascus starmeri

Dipodascus starmeri

82-634.4

   "Prickly Pear Island, near Virgin Gorda, West Indies"   Cephalocereus royenii

7 nt different from Dipodascus starmeri

Endomyces decipiens

67-497

   Yatani, Yamagata, Japan   "From exudate of Betula maximowicziana at Yatani, Yamagata, Japan, 5/67."

63 nt different from Endomyces decipiens

Galactomyces sp. NRL Y-6418

81-298

ATCC     

15 nt different from Galactomyces sp. NRL Y-6418

Galactomyces sp. NRRL Y-6418

63-3

"Received from Dr. Vagn Jensen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1963."     

16 nt different from Galactomyces sp. NRRL Y-6418

Galactomyces sp. NRRL Y-6418

69-17

"Obtained from CBS 3/69 under #2847. Origin: Mrs. G.R. Gosh, Orissa, India."      Ex “torani”

13 nt different from Galactomyces sp. NRRL Y-6418

Geotrichum fragrans.

68-809.2

   "At mile 298, Alcan Highway, British Columbia, Canada."   Isolated from active flux of Populus trichocarpa.

25 nt different from Geotrichum fragrans.  371 and 375 have same D1D2 sequence.

Geotrichum fragrans

68-872

   "155 mi north of Prince George. Br. Columbia, Canada."   Isolated from active flux of Populus trichocarpa.

25 nt different from Geotrichum fragrans.  371 and 375 have same D1D2 sequence.

Geotrichum klebahnii

73-598.1

   Island of Hawaii  

 12 nt different from Geotrichum klebahnii

ichia meyerae

61-254

   "Cedar Pass,  N.E.  California,  August 1961"   Isolated from Drosophila pseudoobscura

30 nt different from Pichia meyerae.  052, 053, 054, 379 and 383 have same D1D2 sequence.

ichia meyerae

61-260

   "Cedar Pass,  N.E.  California,  August,  1961"   Isolated from Drosophila pseudoobscura

32 nt different from Pichia meyerae.  052, 053, 054, 379 and 383 have same D1D2 sequence.

ichia meyerae

61-266

   "Cedar Pass,  N.E. California,  August,  1961"   Isolated from Drosophila pseudoobscura

23 nt different plus several insertions from Pichia meyerae.  052, 053, 054, 379 and 383 have same D1D2 sequence.

Issatchenkia scutulata var. exigua.

72-193

   Thailand   "Isolated from final vibrating screen in Thai Prapinpon Oriental Food Factory, Thailand, 3/72"

14 nt different from Issatchenkia scutulata var. exigua.  Same as 280 and 281

Issatchenkia scutulata var. exigua.

72-199

   Thailand   "Isolated from final vibrating screen  in Thai Prapinpon Oriental Food Factory, Thailand, 3/72"

14 nt different from Issatchenkia scutulata var. exigua.  Same as 279 and 280.

Metschnikowia koreensis

03-581

Nicaragua, Departamento Jinotega, NW of town of Jinotega, Reserva El Juaguar, GPS at cabin 13 14 17, 86 03 10, elevation 4340 ft Rubiacea flowers, UCD Herbarium ID # 1427

20 nt plus two large insertions different from Metschnikowia koreensis

Metschnikowia koreensis

60-278

Davis,  California.,  October,  1960.  Isolated from sugary exudate on elm leaf

6 nt plus two large insertions different from Metschnikowia koreensis

Metschnikowia koreensis

92-75

Hweihsi Forest   mainly flowers.  Tree exudate of Aleurites montana

20 nt plus two large insertions different from Metschnikowia koreensis

Metschnikowia koreensis KCTC 7998

73-630.2.1

Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from lower side of brown leaf of Cheirodendron.

19 nt different plus two large insertions from Metschnikowia koreensis KCTC 7998

Metschnikowia koreensis

03-581

Rubiacea flowers, Nicaragua

20 nt plus two large insertions different from Metschnikowia koreensis

Metschnikowia sp. KCTC 7828, [now called M, koreensis 7-03]

73-680.1

Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from full clear crop of Drosophila sordidapex, male."

22 nt different from  Metschnikowia koreensis

Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275.

80-256.1

Chrysopa carnea (lacewing)

 43 nt different from Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275.  6 nt different from 172

Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275.

80-3

Yeast symbiote from crop of wild-collected adult females of Nodita sp. (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)

34 nt different from Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275.  6 nt different from 224

Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275

80-4

Yeast symbiote from crop of wild-collected adult females of Nodita sp. (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)

27 nt different from Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275

Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275

80-6

"Isolates #1, 2, 3, 4 from Entomology Dept., Univ. of Calif. Berkeley Calif."      Yeast symbiote from crop of wild-collected adult females of Nodita sp. (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)

27 nt different from Metschnikowia sp. NRRL Y-7275

Metschnikowia zobellii;

92-76

Hweihsi Forest, Taiwan Tree exudate of Aleurites montana

3 nt plus two large insertions different from Metschnikowia zobellii; same as 461 and 459

Pichia barkeri

04-814

Olive fly, Winters, CA

7 nt different from Pichia barkeri

Pichia cactophila

81-111

Prudencio, Venezuela, rot of Stenocereus griseus

8 nt different and 4 nt insertions from Pichia cactophila.  Same as 096

Pichia cactophila.

81-111.1

Prudencio, Venezuela, rot of Stenocereus griseus

8 nt different and 4 nt insertions from Pichia cactophila.  Same as 096

Pichia cactophila.

81-111.2

Prudencio, Venezuela, rot of Stenocereus griseus

8 nt different and 4 nt insertions from Pichia cactophila.  Same as 096

Pichia cactophila

82-472.1

Gonnaieve II, Haiti   Cephalocereus

10 nt different from Pichia cactophila

Pichia cactophila

82-608.1

Beef island-Tortola, BWI, Caribbean, rot of Cephalocereus royenii

11 nt different from Pichia cactophila

Pichia cactophila.

83-1117.1

Little Cayman Island, Caribbean   Opuntia fruit

8 nt different plus 4 nt deleted from Pichia cactophila.  Same as 190

Pichia capsulata

60-130

Caribou Lake, Lassen National Forest,  1960, California   Isolated from a larva of Pityophthorus in Abies magnifica

11 nt different from Pichia capsulata

Pichia capsulata

60-288

do Carmo-Sousa, Shore of Caribou Lake,  Lassen Co.,  May,  1960, California   Isolated from frass of Abies magnifica

11 nt different from Pichia capsulata

Pichia capsulata

60-289

do Carmo-Sousa, Shore of Caribou Lake,  Lassen Co.,  May,  1960" California   Isolated from frass of Abies magnifica 

11 nt different from Pichia capsulata

Pichia capsulata

60-290

do Carmo-Sousa, Shore of Caribou Lake,  Lassen Co.,  May,  1960 California   "Isolated from frass of Abies magnifica,  Pityophtorus infestation"

11 nt different from Pichia capsulata

Pichia capsulata

68-936.1

Parksville Vancouver Island, Canada, isolated from frass in a recently attacked specimen of Pseudotsuga taxifolia

13 nt different from Pichia capsulata

Pichia fabianii

68-948

 5 miles South of Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Canada, isolated from dry flux of Alnus sp.

8 nt different from Pichia fabianii

Pichia fabianii

76-701.2

 Patrick point, Northern California coast area,  isolated from mushrooms

8 nt different from Pichia fabianii

Pichia hawaiiensis

73-641.2

Island of Hawaii   Isolated from rotting Sapindus bark with many larvae.

13 nt different from Pichia hawaiiensis

Pichia hawaiiensis

73-747.2

West Maui, Hawaii."   Isolated from Agroxiphium bark in Eke crater.

16nt plus large insertion different from Pichia hawaiiensis

Pichia heedii

04-125

Apple with Drosohila melanogaster larvae, Stamps laboratory, UCD

7 nt different from Pichia heedii

Pichia kluyveri var. cephalocereum

76-202.2

Baja California Sur, Mexico"   isolated from rotting arm of organ pipe cactus (Stenocereus thurberi)

7 nt different from Pichia kluyveri var. cephalocereum

Pichia lachancei

72-272

Hawaii  

8 nt different from Pichia lachancei

Pichia mexicana

81-120

Prudencio, Venezuela, rot of Stenocereus griseus

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

81-524.3

City of Tucson, AZ, Opuntia ficus-indica

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

81-526.2

City of Tucson, AZ,  Opuntia ficus-indica

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

82-427

Site II, Road to Fond Parisienne, Haiti, Opuntia stricta v. dilennii

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

82-439

Site III, Fond Parisienne, Haiti, Opuntia moniliformis

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

83-720.2

Great Inagua Island, Bahamas, West Indies, Opuntia moniliformis

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

 Pichia mexicana

83-721.1

Great Inagua Island, Bahamas, West Indies,  Opuntia moniliformis

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

83-867.4

   "Navassa Island, Caribbean Sea"   rot of Opuntia stricta

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia mexicana

83-985.3

Discovery Bay, Jamaica   Rotting Opuntia stricta pads

13 nt different from Pichia mexicana

Pichia meyerae

68-915

Emory Creek, Br. Columbia, Canada, isolated from insect frass and flux of Salix sp.

38 nt different from Pichia meyerae..  052, 053, 054, 379 and 383 have same D1D2 sequence.

Pichia meyerae

68-945.2

5 miles South of Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Canada, isolated from frass from bore holes in Salix sp.

38 nt different from Pichia meyerae..  052, 053, 054, 379 and 383 have same D1D2 sequence.

Pichia minuta

73-506.2

Rotting cheirodendron branch with drosophila larvae at 3900 ft elevation, Island of Hawaii.

18 nt different from Pichia minuta

Pichia minuta

73-507.2

Rotting cheirodendron branch with drosophila larvae at 3900 ft elevation. Island of Hawaii.

18 nt different from Pichia minuta

Pichia opuntiae

76-99.1

Hawaii, Slime flux of Wickstromia sp.

43 nt different from Pichia opuntiae

Pichia opuntiae

78-64

Culture from Tom Starmer 7/31/78 = S-78-58, isolated by Eladio Izquierdo, student of Antonio Fontdevila   Near Almeria, Spain   Rotting pad of Opuntia ficus-indica

12 nt different from Pichia opuntiae.  NOTE: Evidence of “migrating” nucleotides: 8 of 12 nt show residual P. opuntiae peak.

Pichia opuntiae

78-65

from Tom Starmer 7/31/78 = S-78-114    

9 nt different from Pichia opuntiae; two nt with residual P. opuntiae sequence

Pichia pastoris

74-1030

Hackberry flux

6 nt different plus 2 bp deletion from Pichia pastoris

Pichia pilisensis

68-650.2

On Swan Lake Rd, Kenai Peninsula Alaska.  Isolated from exudate of Betula papyrifera.

7 nt different from Pichia pilisensis

Pichia populi

68-617.3

40 mi north of Haines, Br. Columbia, Canada.  Isolated from frass of a Picea sp.

New/similar? 7 nt different from Pichia populi

Pichia populi

91-459.1

Northern Argentina near Pulmamarca, Prov. of Tucuman, Isolated from Trichocereus pasacanna

13 nt plus deletions and insertions different from Pichia populi

Pichia populi

91-469.2

Northern Argentina south of Chucalesne, south of Huoma huaca, Isolated from Trichocereus pasacanna

15 nt plus two insertions different from Pichia populi

Pichia sp. NRRL Y-11513

68-613.2

Prince Rupert area of Br. Columbia, Canada.  Isolated from exudate of Populus trichocarpa.

8 nt different from Pichia sp. NRRL Y-11513

Pichia sp. NRRL Y-11513

68-658.2

On road to Portage glacier, Alaska.   Isolated from exudate of Populus trichocarpa.

8 nt different from Pichia sp. NRRL Y-11513

Pichia sp. NRRL Y-7556

67-1008

Davis, California.  Class isolate from oak flux, UCD quad.

7 nt different from Pichia sp. NRRL Y-7556

Pichia sp. NRRL Y-7556

71-1036

Davis, CA California   Quercus suber

7 nt different from Pichia sp. NRRL Y-7556

Pichia sp. UWO 99-305.1.

76-763.5

On the island of Hawaii,   isolated from Sapinda (soap berry)

14 nt different from Pichia sp. UWO 99-305.1.  9 nt different from 089.

Pichia sp. UWO 99-305.1.  9 nt different from 178.

73-706

Island of Hawaii, Hawaii.   Isolated from larvae on Clermontia.

10 nt different from Pichia sp. UWO 99-305.1.  9 nt different from 178.

Pichia sp. UWO(PS) 99-305.1

73-593.3

Kilauea Forest. Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from Cheirodendron bark with larvae.

9 nt different from Pichia sp. UWO(PS) 99-305.1

Pichia triangularis.

76-245.1

Near Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico,  isolated from rotting arm of cardon cactus (Pachycereus pringlei)

26 nt plus large insertion different from Pichia triangularis.  Same as 104, 101

Pichia triangularis;

91-450.4.1

Northern Argentina   Isolated from Tr. pasacanna cactus

23 nt different plus large insertion from Pichia triangularis; same as 401, 104

Pichia triangularis

91-472.1

Trancas on highway 9, Prov. of Tucuman, Isolated from Opuntia quimilo

21 nt plus large insertion different from Pichia triangularis.  Same as 101, 401

Sporopachydermia UWO 94-257.2

72-270

Hawaii  

24 nt different from Sporopachydermia UWO 94-257.2

ssatchenkia scutulata var. exigua

72-194

Isolated from second fiber separation, Thai Prapinpon Oriental Food Factory, Thailand, 3/72

14 nt different from Issatchenkia scutulata var. exigua.  Same as 279 and 281.

Starmerella bombicola.

62-142

Saskatoon, Canada.   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from unknown flower in Saskatoon, Canada.

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola.  Same as 330, 331, 332, 334, 335

Starmerella bombicola.

62-171

Fort Smith, North West Territory, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Astragalus sp. or Vicia sp.  Fort Smith, North West Territory, Canada."

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola.  Same as 330, 331, 332, 334, 335

Starmerella bombicola.

62-203

Saskatoon, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Astragalus sp. or Viccia sp. at Saskatoon, Canada.

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola.  Same as 330, 331, 332, 334, 335

Starmerella bombicola

62-209

Saskatoon, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Dogwood near Saskatoon, Canada.

8 nt different from Starmerella bombicola

Starmerella bombicola

62-238

Saskatoon, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Astragalus sp. or Vicia sp. near Saskatoon, Canada.

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola.  Same as 330, 331, 332, 334, 335.

Starmerella bombicola

62-240

Saskatoon, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Gaillardia sp. near Saskatoon, Canada.

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola.  Same as 330, 331, 332, 334, 335

 Starmerella bombicola

62-312.1

Saskatoon, Canada   Isolated by J.F.T. Spencer from Astragalus sp. or Vicia sp. near Saskatoon, Canada.

21 nt different from Starmerella bombicola

Wickerhamiellia cacticola (

82-543.1

Site YaYa, Dominican Republic, Caribbean   Selenocereus flower with Drosophila larvae in flower

11 nt different from Wickerhamiellia cacticola

Yarrowia lipolytica

74-55

Alberta, Canada  

17 nt different from Yarrowia lipolytica

Zygozyma suomiensis

60-143

Caribou Lake,  Lassen National Forest,  1960" California   Isolated from insect frass of Pityophthorus in Abies magnifica

10 nt different from Zygozyma suomiensis

Zygozyma suomiensis NRRL Y-17356

60-142

Caribou Lake,  Lassen National Forest, 1960, California.   Isolated from insect frass of Pityophthorus in Abies magnifica

10 nt different from Zygozyma suomiensis NRRL Y-17356

 

BASIDIOMYCETES

Bensingtonia ingoldii CBS7424

73-634.2

Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from lower surface of Cheirodendron  leaf; Drosophila egg present.

15 nt different from Bensingtonia ingoldii CBS7424

Bullera dendrophila

04-854

Olive, UC Davis campus

10 nt different from Bullera dendrophila

Bullera dendrophila

05-676

Olive fly, UC Davis campus

10 nt different from Bullera dendrophila

Cryptococcus dimennae

83-422.2

South of Desert museum, Tucson Mnts,  AZ   Rotting cladode of Opuntia phaeacantha

21 nt different from Cryptococcus dimennae

Cryptococcus fragicola

04-432

Olive, Winters CA

45 nucleotides different from Cryptococcus fragicola

Cryptococcus humicola

50-70

 Keen Camp, San Jacinto Mnts, Southern California,   Isolated from wild onion flower

8 nt different from Cryptococcus humicola

Cryptococcus humicola

76-711.1

Patrick point, Northern California coast area,   isolated from mushrooms. 

9 nt different from Cryptococcus humicola

Cryptococcus humicola

76-737.1

Patrick point, Northern California coast area"   isolated from mushrooms. 

11 nt different from Cryptocoocuus humicola

Cryptococcus humicola

76-729.2.1

Patrick point, Northern California coast area,  isolated from mushrooms. 

9 nt different from Cryptococcus humicola

Cryptococcus humicola

76-738.1.1

Patrick point, Northern California coast area, isolated from mushrooms. 

11 nt different from Cryptococcus humicola

Cryptococcus humicola strain CBS 8371

76-738.1.2

Patrick point, Northern California coast area, isolated from mushrooms. 

11 nt different from Cryptococcus humicola strain CBS 8371

Cryptococcus sp. CBS 7890

68-688.2

Delta Junction, Alaska.   Isolated from dry exudate of Salix sp.

11 nt different from Cryptococcus sp. CBS 7890

Cryptococcus sp. CBS 8355

67-312

Mt Kunimi, Japan.  From exudate of Symplocos myrtacea on Mt. Kunimi, Japan, altitude 1200m, 4/67."

57 nt different from Cryptococcus sp. CBS 8355

Cryptococcus sp. IGC5261

54-11.153

Aspen Valley,  Central Sierra Nevada.  Isolated from exudate of red fir ( Abies concolor),  +/- 6500 ft.

17 nt different from Cryptococcus sp. IGC5261

Cryptococcus sp. KCTC 17078

78-89

isolated by K. Wells    Panama   from plant material

28 nt different from Cryptococcus sp. KCTC 17078

Cryptococcus victoriae

05-141

Green bean seeds

8-10 nucleotides different from Cryptocccus victoriae

Cryptococcus wieringae CBS 8353

73-577.1

Island of Hawaii   Fresh Cheirodendron leaves, washed with sterile water, plated on AMA

50 nt different from Cryptococcus wieringae CBS 8353

Fibulobasidium inconspicuum

67-51

Received from Dr. J.F.T. Spencer, Saskatoon, Sask. Canada; his #627-65, source unknown.     

12 nt different from Fibulobasidium inconspicuum

 Filobasidiella neoformans

68-873

 120 mi north of Prince George. Br. Columbia, Canada. 3000 feet alt.   Isolated from frass and beetles attacking a Picea sp.

26 nt different from Filobasidiella neoformans

Filobasidium globisporum

83-617.3

Washing from barrel cactus extrafloral nectary

25 nt different from Filobasidium globisporum

Hyalopicnis blepharistoma

83-439.4

Continental; Santa Rita Mnts around Tucson, AZ   Ex rotting cladode of Opuntia phaeacantha

27 nt different from Hyalopicnis blepharistoma

Rhodotorula hylophila

68-957.2.2

Deer Park, Olympic National Park, Washington State, isolated from frass of Pinus monticola

31 nt different from Rhodotorula hylophila

Rhodotorula lignophila CBS 7109

61-355

UCD Campus,  Jan.,  1961.   Isolated from slime flux of Ulmus carpinifolia

51 nt different from Rhodotorula lignophila CBS 7109

Rhodotorula lignophila strain CBS 7109

72-354

At Prairy Creek State Park, Trinidad, Calif. by W.B. Heed.. California.   Isolated from fermenting bay tree leaves with Drosophila larvae present.

12 nt plus large insertion different from Rhodotorula lignophila strain CBS 7109

Sporisorium ovarium

73-707

Island of Hawaii, Hawaii.   Isolated from larvae on Clermontia.

7 nt different from Sporisorium ovarium

Tremella encephala

73-630.1.1

Island of Hawaii.   Isolated from upper side of brown leaf of Cheirodendron.

41 nt different from Tremella encephala

Tremella fuciformis (CCJ1531)

67-243

Mt. Aoi, Japan, altitude 250m, 4/67   From exudate of Zelkova serrata

10 nt different from Tremella fuciformis (CCJ1531)

 

 

 

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