The name (Lustig) Bergey et al. 1923 was omitted from the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names. The taxon to which this name was applied is a distinct entity, and it can be differentiated from the other recognized species of . Consequently, the name . is revived for the same organism to which the name originally referred. The type strain of . is NCTC 11099.


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