Trichoderma songyi sp. nov., a new species associated with the pine mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake)

  title={Trichoderma songyi sp. nov., a new species associated with the pine mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake)},
  author={Myung-soo Park and Seung-Yoon Oh and Hae Jin Cho and Jonathan J. Fong and Woo-Jae Cheon and Young Woon Lim},
  journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek},
A new species, Trichoderma songyi, was found to be associated with the pine mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake) in Korea. This species was isolated from three different substrates: Tricholoma matsutake basidiomata, as well as roots of Pinus densiflora and soil in the fairy ring. Based on its molecular and phenotypic characteristics, we demonstrate that Trichoderma songyi is unique and distinguishable from closely related species. We performed phylogenetic analyses based on two molecular markers… 
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