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This data has been extracted from databases maintained by the
U.S. National Fungus Collections.
Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

This report contains data from the following databases: Nomenclature, Specimens, Fungus-Host, Literature

Aug 20, 2018

Nomenclature data for Ophiostoma piceae

Ophiostoma piceae (Münch) Syd. & P. Syd. 1919 (Ascomycetes, Ophiostomatales)

≡ Ceratostomella piceae Münch 1907

≡Ceratocystis piceae (Münch) B.K. Bakshi 1950

= Pesotum piceae J.L. Crane & Schokn. 1973

    ≡ Graphium piceae (J.L. Crane & Schokn.) M.J. Wingf. & W.B. Kendr. 1991

Notes: The species concept has historically been more inclusive, but it is now more restricted (Harrington et al. 2001). Synanamorphs posotum and sporothrix-like.

Distribution: Widespread.

Substrate: Wood.

Disease Note: Sapstain.

Host: Pinaceae.

Supporting Literature:

Harrington, T.C., McNew, D.L., Steimel, J.P., Hofstra, D., and Farrell, R.L. 2001. Phylogeny and taxonomy of the Ophiostoma piceae complex and the Dutch elm disease fungi. Mycologia 93: 111-136.

Jankowiak, R. 2006. Fungi associated with Tomicus piniperda in Poland and assessment of their virulence using Scots pine seedlings. Ann. Forest Sci. 63: 801-808.

Paciura, D., Zhou, X.D., De Beer, Z.W., Jacobs, K., Ye, H., and Wingfield, M.J. 2010. Characterisation of synnematous bark beetle-associated fungi from China, including Graphium carbonarium sp. nov. Fung. Diversity 40: 75-88.

Seifert K.A., De Beer, Z.W., and Wingfield, M.J. 2013. A nomenclator for ophiostomatoid genera and species in the Ophiostomatales and Microascales. CBS Biodivers. Ser., 245-322 pages. in Seifert, K.A., Beer, Z.W. De, and M.J. Wingfield. Ophiostomatoid fungi: Expanding frontiers. CBS Biodivers. Ser.. 337 pg.

Updated on Oct 17, 2017

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 224 records for Ophiostoma piceae.

Ceratocystis piceae:

Abies balsamea: Canada - 8376,

Abies lasiocarpa var. arizonica (On wood.) Arizona - 3368,

Abies procera Oregon - 44,Washington - 44,

Abies sp. England - 7983,Finland - 7983,Germany - 7983,Japan - 7983, 8051,Norway - 7983,Poland - 7983,Spain - 7983,Sweden - 7983,USSR - 7983,

Acer mono Japan - 7983,

Acer rubrum Canada - 8376,

Acer saccharum (Isolated from wood chips.) Maine - 342,

Betula papyrifera Canada - 8376,

Betula pendula Japan - 7983,

Chamaecyparis obtusa Japan - 7983,

Fagus grandifolia (Isolated from wood chips.) Maine - 342,

Grevillea robusta Brazil - 34636,

Larix leptolepis Japan - 8051,Scotland - 7983, 8051,

Magnolia obovata Japan - 7983,

Nothofagus dombeyi (on bark) Chile - 6805,

Nothofagus pumilio (from sawn timber) Chile - 6805,

Picea abies Finland - 6475,Scotland - 7983,

Picea elliottii Chile - 6878,

Picea glauca Canada - 8376,

Picea glehnii Japan - 7983,

Picea jezoensis Japan - 7983,

Picea mariana Canada - 8376,

Picea ponderosa Chile - 6878,

Picea radiata Chile - 6878,

Picea sitchensis Northwestern states - 44,

Picea sp. Canada - 8376,England - 7983,Finland - 7983,Germany - 7983,Norway - 7983,Poland - 7983,Spain - 7983,Sweden - 7983,USSR - 7983,

Pinus banksiana Canada - 8376,

Pinus densiflora Japan - 7983, 8051,

Pinus parviflora Japan - 7983,

Pinus silvestris Japan - 8051,

Pinus sylvestris Sweden - 7983,

Pinus thunbergii Japan - 7983, 8051,

Populus tremuloides (Sapwood stain.) Minnesota - 1653,

Pseudotsuga menziesii Oregon - 44,Washington - 44,

Quercus alba West Virginia - 1760,

Quercus spicata Japan - 7983,

Thuja occidentalis Japan - 7983,

Thuja sp. Japan - 8051,

Tsuga heterophylla Oregon - 44,Washington - 44,

Ceratostomella piceae:

Pinus sylvestris: Scotland - 8300,

Ophiostoma piceae:

Abies alba: Poland - 44009,

Abies firma Japan - 42066,

Abies homolepis Japan - 50986,

Abies mariesii Japan - 50986,

Abies procera (Lumber and sapwood stain.) Oregon - 902,Washington - 902,

Abies sachalinensis Japan - 42066,

Abies sibirica Russia - 44670,

Abies sp. Canada, Quebec - 28183,Rhode Island - 44747,

Abies veitchii Japan - 50986,

Acer mono subsp. heterophyllum Japan - 42066,

Acer pseudoplatanus England - 28183,United Kingdom - 29882,

Acer sp. Japan - 42066,Rhode Island - 44747,

Betula papyrifera Canada - 49657,

Betula platyphylla var. japonica Japan - 42066,

Chamaecyparis obtusa Japan - 42066,

Chamaecyparis pisifera Japan - 42066,

Dacrydium cupressinum New Zealand - 40040,

Eucalyptus sp. New Zealand - 40040,

Fagus crenata Japan - 42066,

Fagus sp. Poland - 28183,Rhode Island - 44747,United Kingdom - 28183,

hair, animal Germany - 35829,

Ips typographus f. Japonicus Japan - 32504,

Kalopanax pictus Japan - 42066,

Larix decidua Austria - 43587, 43725, 44306,

Larix kaempferi Japan - 43581, 46819, 50986,New Zealand - 40040,

Larix leptolepis Japan - 42066,

Larix olgensis China - 43904, 44234, 46820,

Larix sp. United States - 43587, 43725,

Laurelia philippiana Chile - 7847,

Laurelia sempervirens Chile - 7847,

Magnolia obovata Japan - 42066,

Nothofagus dombeyi Chile - 7847,

Nothofagus fusca New Zealand - 37464,

Nothofagus menziesii New Zealand - 37464,

Nothofagus pumilio Chile - 7847,

Picea abies Austria - 49657,Finland - 44670,France - 43587, 44306,Russia - 44670,Slovakia - 46817,Slovenia - 49997, 52155,United Kingdom - 28183,

Picea engelmannii Canada - 46822,United States - 46822,

Picea excelsa France - 28183, 29882,

Picea glauca Canada - 46822, 50812,Japan - 50986,United States - 46822,

Picea glehnii Japan - 42066,

Picea jezoensis Japan - 37754, 42066, 46819, 50986,

Picea koyamae Japan - 50812, 50986,

Picea mariana Canada - 39010, 46822,Canada, Saskatchewan - 50812,United States - 46822,

Picea rubens Canada - 46822,United States - 46822,

Picea sitchensis (Lumber and sapwood stain.) Canada - 46822,Oregon - 902,Scotland - 28183,United Kingdom - 29882, 42424, 49275, 50812,United States - 46822,Washington - 902,Wales - 28183,

Picea sp. Canada - 43587, 43725, 44306,Canada, New Brunswick - 28183,New Zealand - 35829,Poland - 28183, 50812,Rhode Island - 44747,United Kingdom - 35829,

Picea spinulosa Bhutan - 46821,

Pinus abies Belgium - 40816,France - 40816, 43725,Poland - 40816,

Pinus banksiana Japan - 50812,

Pinus densiflora Japan - 42066,

Pinus nigra United Kingdom - 28183, 50812,

Pinus parviflora Japan - 42066,

Pinus parviflora var. pentaphylla Japan - 50812,

Pinus radiata New Zealand - 40040,

Pinus sp. France - 40816,Poland - 28183,Russia - 44670,United Kingdom - 28183,

Pinus strobus Canada - 29882,Canada, Nova Scotia - 28183,Japan - 50812,

Pinus sylvestris Finland - 44670,Poland - 44009, 48214, 48215, 48216,United Kingdom - 28183, 29882, 39010,

Pinus thunbergii Japan - 42066,

Populus tremuloides Canada, Quebec - 28183,

Prumnopitys taxifolia New Zealand - 40040,

Prunus incisa Japan - 42066,

Pseudotsuga menziesii (Lumber and sapwood stain.) New Zealand - 40040,Oregon - 902,United States - 49657,Washington - 902,

Pseudotsuga sp. Idaho - 35829,New York - 35829,

Quercus longipes Azerbaijan - 28183,

Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata Japan - 42066,

Quercus petraea France - 28183,Hungary - 28183,Romania - 28183,

Quercus robur Poland - 28183,

Quercus rubra France - 28183,

Quercus serrata Japan - 42066,

Quercus sp. Canada, Ontario - 28183,Canada, Quebec - 28183,Rhode Island - 44747,United Kingdom - 28183, 40816,

Tetropium sp. Canada - 40723,

Tsuga heterophylla (Lumber and sapwood stain.) Oregon - 902,Washington - 902,

Tsuga sp. Canada, British Columbia - 28183, 29882,Washington - 35829,

Ulmus carpinifolia Spain - 28183, 29882,Tajikistan - 28183,

Vitis vinifera Spain - 44795,Switzerland - 48832,

The Literature database has 72 records for Ophiostoma piceae.

Alamouti, S.M., Beaulieu, M.-E., Bernier, L., and Breuil, C. 2013. Ophiostomatoid associates of spruce-infecting bark beetles in North America. CBS Biodivers. Ser., 119-130 pages. in Seifert, K.A., Beer, Z.W. De, and M.J. Wingfield. Ophiostomatoid fungi: Expanding frontiers. CBS Biodivers. Ser.. 337 pg. (46822)

Anonymous 1964. Diseases of widely planted forest trees. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 237 pages. (8051)

Benade, E., Wingfield, M.J., and Van Wyk, P.S. 1997. Conidium development in Sporothrix anamorphs of Ophiostoma. Mycol. Res. 101: 1108-1112. (32160)

Brasier, C.M., and Kirk, S.A. 1993. Sibling species within Ophiostoma piceae. Mycol. Res. 97: 811-816. (28183)

Brasier, C.M., and Stephens, T.M. 1993. Temperature-growth responses distinguish the OPC and OPH sibling species within 'Ophiostoma piceae'. Mycol. Res. 97: 1416-1418. (28505)

Butin, H., and Aguilar, A.M. 1984. Blue-stain fungi on Nothofagus from Chile - including two species of Ceratocystis Ellis & Halst. Phytopathol. Z. 109: 80-89. (6805)

Butin, H., and Peredo, H.L. 1986. Hongos parasitos en coniferas de America del Sur. Biblioth. Mycol. 101: 1-100. (6878)

CABI/EPPO 2002. Ophiostoma piceae. Distrib. Maps Pl. Dis. 869: 1-3. (38792)

Campbell, R.N. 1960. Some sap-stain fungi found in Minnesota. Pl. Dis. Reporter 44: 625-628. (1653)

Carlier, F.-X., Decock, C., Jacobs, K., and Maraite, H. 2006. Ophiostoma arduennense sp. nov. (Ophiostomatales, Ascomycota) from Fagus sylvatica in southern Belgium. Mycol. Res. 110: 801-810. (40816)

Casieri, L., Hofstetter, V., Viret, O., and Gindro, K. 2009. Fungal communities living in the wood of different cultivars of young Vitis vinifera plants. Phytopathol. Medit. 48: 73-83. (48832)

Chung, W.H., Kim, J.-J, Yamaoka, Y., Uzunovic, A., Masuya, H., and Breuil, C. 2006. Ophiostoma breviusculum sp. nov. (Ophiostomatales, Ascomycota) is a new species in the Ophiostoma piceae complex associated with bark beetles infesting larch in Japan. Mycologia 98: 801-814. (41199)

Cizkova, D., Srutka, P., Kolarik, M., Kubatova, A., and Pazoutova, S. 2005. Assessing the Pathogenic Effect of Fusarium, Geosmithia and Ophiostoma Fungi from Broad-Leaved Trees. Folia Microbiol. 50: 59-62. (42773)

Crane, J.L., and Schoknecht, J.D. 1973. Conidiogenesis in Ceratocystis ulmi, Ceratocystis piceae, and Graphium penicillioides. Amer. J. Bot. 60: 346-354. (24758)

Davidson, R.W. 1953. Two common lumber-staining fungi in the western United States. Mycologia 45: 579-586. (902)

De Beer, Z.W., Wingfield, B.D., and Wingfield, M.J. 2003. The Ophiostoma piceae complex in the southern hemisphere: a phylogenetic study. Mycol. Res. 107: 469-476. (37754)

Eslyn, W.E., and Davidson, R.W. 1976. Some wood-staining fungi from pulpwood chips. Pages 50-57 in Rogerson, C.T. Commemorating the 70th Birthday of Dr. Josiah L. Lowe. Mem. New York Bot. Gard.. 1-240 pg. (342)

Foister, C.E. 1961. The economic plant diseases of Scotland. Techn. Bull. Dept. Agric. Fish. Scotland 1: 1-210. (8300)

Frisullo, S., Mannerucci, F., and Luisi, N. 1989. [Fungi associated with woodstaining of oak.]. Micol. Ital. 18: 77-86. (25437)

Gadgil, P.D. 2005. Fungi on trees and shrubs in New Zealand. Fungi of New Zealand Volume 4. Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong, 437 pages. (40040)

Gagné, P., Yang, D.-Q., Hamelin, R.C., and Bernier, L. 2001. Genetic variability of Canadian populations of the sapstain fungus Ophiostoma piceae. Phytopathology 91: 369-376. (35929)

Ginns, J.H. 1986. Compendium of plant disease and decay fungi in Canada 1960-1980. Res. Br. Can. Agric. Publ. 1813: 416. (8376)

Gonzalez, V., and Tello, M.L. 2011. The endophytic mycota associated with Vitis vinifera in central Spain. Fung. Diversity 47: 29-42. (44795)

Goos, R.D. 2010. The Mycota of Rhode Island: A Checklist of the Fungi Recorded in Rhode Island (Including Lichens and Myxomycetes). Rhode Island Natural History Survey 4: 222. (44747)

Grobbelaar, J.W., Aghayeva, D.N., Wilhelm de Beer, Z., Bloomer, P., Wingfield, M.J., and Wingfield, B.D. 2009. Delimitation of Ophiostoma quercus and its synonyms using multiple gene phylogenies. Mycol. Progr. 8(3): 221-236. (43587)

Grobbelaar, J.W., Aghayeva, D.N., Wilhelm de Beer, Z., Bloomer, P., Wingfield, M.J., and Wingfield, B.D. 2009. Delimitation of Ophiostoma quercus and its synonyms using multiple gene phylogenies. Mycol. Progr. 8: 221-236. (43725)

Grobbelaar, J.W., De Beer, Z.W., Bloomer, P., Wingfield, M.J., and Wingfield, B.D. 2010. Ophiostoma tsotsi sp. nov., a wound-infesting fungus of hardwood trees in Africa. Mycopathologia 169: 413-423. (44306)

Halmschlager, E., Messner, R., Kowalski, T., and Prillinger, H. 1994. Differentiation of Ophiostoma piceae and Ophiostoma quercus by morphology and RAPD analysis. Syst. Appl. Microbiol. 17: 554-562. (29388)

Harrington, T.C., McNew, D.L., Steimel, J.P., Hofstra, D., and Farrell, R.L. 2001. Phylogeny and taxonomy of the Ophiostoma piceae complex and the Dutch elm disease fungi. Mycologia 93: 111-136. (35829)

Hausner, G., and Reid, J. 2003. Notes on Ceratocystis brunnea and some other Ophiostoma species based on partial ribosomal DNA sequence analysis. Canad. J. Bot. 81: 865-876. (38101)

Jacobs, K., Seifert, K.A., Harrison, K.J., and Kirisits, T. 2003. Identity and phylogenetic relationships of ophiostomatoid fungi associated with invasive and native Tetropium species (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Atlantic Canada. Canad. J. Bot. 81: 316-329. (37808)

Jankowiak, R. 2006. Fungi associated with Tomicus piniperda in Poland and assessment of their virulence using Scots pine seedlings. Ann. Forest Sci. 63: 801-808. (48216)

Jankowiak, R. 2012. Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with Ips sexdentatus on Pinus sylvestris in Poland. Dendrobiology 68: 43-54. (48215)

Jankowiak, R., and Bilanski, P. 2013. Association of the pine-infesting Pissodes species with ophiostomatoid fungi in Poland. Eur. J. Forest Res. 132: 523-534. (48214)

Kamgan, N.G., Jacobs, K., De Beer, Z.W., Wingfield, M.J., and Roux, J. 2008. Ceratocystis and Ophiostoma species, including three new taxa, associated with wounds on native South African trees. Fung. Diversity 29: 37-59. (42424)

Kim, S.H., and Breuil, C. 2001. Common nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer sequences occur in the sibling species Ophiostoma piceae and O. quercus. Mycol. Res. 105: 331-337. (36274)

Kirisits, T., Konrad, H., Wingfield, M.J., and Chhetri, D.B. 2013. Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with the Eastern Himalayan spruce bark beetle, Ips schmutzenhoferi, in Bhutan and their pathogenicity to Picea spinulosa and Pinus wallichiana. CBS Biodivers. Ser., 99-112 pages. in Seifert, K.A., Beer, Z.W. De, and M.J. Wingfield. Ophiostomatoid fungi: Expanding frontiers. CBS Biodivers. Ser.. 337 pg. (46821)

Kobayashi, T. 2007. Index of fungi inhabiting woody plants in Japan. Host, Distribution and Literature. Zenkoku-Noson-Kyoiku Kyokai Publishing Co., Ltd., 1227 pages. (42066)

Li, J., Masuya, H., Okane, I., and Yamaoka, Y. 2017. Ophiostoma sugadairense, a new species in the Ophiostoma piceae complex associated with bark beetles infesting Japanese larch in Japan. Mycoscience 58(3): 154-168. (50812)

Linnakoski, R., De Beer, Z.W., Ahtiainen, J., Sidorov, E., Niemela, P., Pappinen, A., and Wingfield, M.J. 2010. Ophiostoma spp. associated with pine- and spruce-infesting bark beetles in Finland and Russia. Persoonia 25: 72-93. (44670)

Lu, M., Zhou, X.D., De Beer, Z.W., Wingfield, M.J., and Sun, J.-H. 2009. Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with the invasive pine-infesting bark beetle, Dendroctonus valens, in China. Fung. Diversity 38: 133-145. (43904)

Luck, B.T., Breuil, C., and Brown, D.L. 1990. Immunological discrimation between a sap-staining fungus and a biological control fungus. Canad. J. Bot. 68: 1578-1588. (25485)

Masuya, H., Yamaoka, Y., and Wingfield, M.J. 2013. Ophiostomatoid fungi and their associations with bark beetles in Japan. CBS Biodivers. Ser., 77-89 pages. in Seifert, K.A., Beer, Z.W. De, and M.J. Wingfield. Ophiostomatoid fungi: Expanding frontiers. CBS Biodivers. Ser.. 337 pg. (46819)

McKenzie, E.H.C., Buchanan, P.K., and Johnston, P.R. 2000. Checklist of fungi on Nothofagus species in New Zealand. New Zealand J. Bot. 38: 635-720. (37464)

Mendes, M.A.S., da Silva, V.L., Dianese, J.C., and et al. 1998. Fungos em Plants no Brasil. Embrapa-SPI/Embrapa-Cenargen, Brasilia, 555 pages. (34636)

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Nkuekam, G.K., Jacobs, K., De Beer, Z.W., Wingfield, M.J., and Roux, J. 2008. Pesotum australi sp. nov. and Ophiostoma quercus associated with Acacia mearnsii trees in Australia and Uganda, respectively. Australas. Pl. Pathol. 37: 406-416. (49275)

Paciura, D., Zhou, X.D., De Beer, Z.W., Jacobs, K., Ye, H., and Wingfield, M.J. 2010. Characterisation of synnematous bark beetle-associated fungi from China, including Graphium carbonarium sp. nov. Fung. Diversity 40: 75-88. (44234)

Paclt, J. 1985. A propos de la nomenclature de deux micromycetes: Ceratocystis fagi (Loos) C. Moreau et Eutypa armeniacae Hansf.et Carter. Cryptog. Mycol. 6: 289-292. (18628)

Pipe, N.D., Brasier, C.M., and Buck, K.W. 2000. Evolutionary relationships of the Dutch elm disease fungus Ophiostoma novo-ulmi to other Ophiostoma species investigated by restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of the rDNA region. J. Phytopathol. 148: 533-539. (37316)

Pipe, N.D., Buck, K.W., and Brasier, C.M. 1995. Genomic fingerprinting supports the separation of Ophiostoma piceae into two species. Mycol. Res. 99: 1182-1186. (29882)

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Uzunovic, A., Seifert, K.A., Kim, S.H., and Breuil, C. 2000. Ophiostoma setosum, a common sapwood staining fungus from western North America, a new species of the Ophiostoma piceae complex. Mycol. Res. 104: 486-494. (34260)

Van Wyk, P.W.J., and Wingfield, M.J. 1992. Ascospore development in Ophiostoma piceae. Canad. J. Bot. 70: 2170-2176. (27771)

Wilson, C.L. 1959. The Columbian timber beetle and associated fungi in white oak. Forest Sci. 5: 114-127. (1760)

Yamaoka, Y. 2017. Taxonomy and pathogenicity of ophiostomatoid fungi associated with bark beetles infesting conifers in Japan, with special reference to those related to subalpine conifers. Mycoscience 58(4): 221-235. (50986)

Yamaoka, Y., Wingfield, M.J., Ohsawa, M., and Kuroda, Y. 1998. Ophiostomatoid fungi assoicated with Ips cembrae in Japan and their pathogenicity to Japanese larch. Mycoscience 39: 367-378. (33735)

Yamaoka, Y., Wingfield, M.J., Takahashi, I., and Solheim, H. 1997. Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus f. japonicus in Japan. Mycol. Res. 101: 1215-1227. (32504)

Yamaoka, Y., Chung, W.-H., Masuya, H., and Hizai, M. 2009. Constant association of ophiostomatoid fungi with the bark beetle Ips subelongatus invading Japanese larch logs. Mycoscience 50: 165-172. (43581)

Yin, M., Wingfield, M.J., Zhou, X., and De Beer, Z.W. 2016. Multigene phylogenies and morphological characterization of five new Ophiostoma spp. associated with spruce-infesting bark beetles in China. Fung. Biol. 120: 454-470. (49657)

Zhou, X. D., De Beer, Z.W., Ahumada, R., Wingfield, B.D., and Wingfield, M.J. 2004. Ophiostoma and Ceratocystiopsis spp. associated with two pine-infesting bark beetles in Chile. Fung. Diversity 15: 261-274. (39010)

Zhou, X.D., De Beer, Z.W., and Wingfield, M.J. 2013. Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with conifer-infesting bark beetles in China. CBS Biodivers. Ser., 91-98 pages. in Seifert, K.A., Beer, Z.W. De, and M.J. Wingfield. Ophiostomatoid fungi: Expanding frontiers. CBS Biodivers. Ser.. 337 pg. (46820)

Zipfel, R.D., de Beer, W., Jacobs, K., Wingfield, B.D., and Wingfield, M.J. 2006. Multi-gene phylogenies define Ceratocystiopsis and Grosmannia distinct from Ophiostoma. Stud. Mycol. 55: 75-97. (40723)

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The Specimens database has 10 records for Ophiostoma piceae.

Ceratocystis piceae

Abies balsamea - BPI 596237, BPI 596238, BPI 596239

Populus sp. - BPI 595908

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 596236

Ceratostomella piceae

Picea abies - BPI 595978, BPI 595979

Pseudotsuga taxifolia - BPI 595478, BPI 595479

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 595977



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