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Abstract

” Sarkany, Taplin, and Black 1962 was not included on the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names and consequently has no standing in bacteriological nomenclature. However, the results of numerical taxonomic, cell wall, lipid, and deoxyribonucleic acid base composition studies indicate that the organism designated the type strain by Sarkany et al. (strain NCTC 10288) and other strains studied by these workers form a distinct taxon within the genus . The name is here revived for the same organism to which the name was applied by Sarkany et al. The type strain is strain NCTC 10288.

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