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The descriptions of the genus Castellani and Chalmers and Castellani and Chalmers have been emended. It is requested that the Judicial Commission issue an Opinion rejecting the name Bergey et al. as a nomen dubium. It is proposed, on the basis of a comparison of type and reference strains, that Leifson and Hugh, Turner, and (Málek and Kazdoá Kžišková) Málek et al. be considered as subjective synonyms of The proposed taxonomic status of all known previously described species of the genera and is indicated in appendixes.

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