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Abstract

Three strains of motile nocardioform actinomycetes were isolated from sedge blades. The characteristics of these isolates led us to assign them to the genus . Accordingly, we propose the following new taxa of subsp. sp. nov., subsp. nov., containing type strain C-15003(N-1) (= IFO 13726 = FERM-P 3992 = ATCC 31281) and strain C-14919(N-2001) (= IFO 13723 - FERM-P 3991 = ATCC 31280); and subsp. subsp. nov., with type strain C-14482(N-1001) (= IFO 13725 = FERM-P 4130 = ATCC 31309).

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