Two closely related ophiostomatoid fungi, Knoxdaviesia capensis and K. proteae, inhabit the fruiting structures of
certain Protea species indigenous to southern Africa. Although K. capensis occurs in several Protea hosts, K. proteae is
confined to P. repens. In this study, the genomes of K. capensis CBS139037 and K. proteae CBS140089 are determined. The
genome of K. capensis consists of 35,537,816 bp assembled into 29 scaffolds and 7940 predicted protein-coding genes
of which 6192 (77.98 %) could be functionally classified. K. proteae has a similar genome size of 35,489,142 bp that is
comprised of 133 scaffolds. A total of 8173 protein-coding genes were predicted for K. proteae and 6093 (74.55 %) of
these have functional annotations. The GC-content of both genomes is 52.8 %.
Additional file 1: Table S1. Associated MIGS record for K. capensis.
Additional file 2: Table S2. Associated MIGS record for K. proteae.
Additional file 3: Table S3. Sequenced Sordariomycete fungi used as
evidence for genome annotations.