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Abstract

A critical study of the present state of the classification of vibrio-like, curved, microaerophilic bacteria was made. The species originally described under the names Doyle, . Jones et al., . Prévot, and . Florent are transferred to the genus Sebald and Véron 1963. The authors suggest that the type species of this genus, . , be divided into two subspecies: . subsp. (Smith and Taylor) comb. nov. (syn. . subsp. Florent), which contains the neotype strain of the species, and . subsp. (Florent) comb. nov. The previously described subspecies . subsp. Elazhari is regarded as an infrasubspecific taxon with the name . subsp. biotype . CIP 5396 ( = ATCC 27374 = NCTC 10842) is proposed as the neotype strain of . subsp. . This strain, then, is also the neotype strain of . (Smith and Taylor) Sebald and Véron.

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