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Abstract

Five new strains of budding bacteria of the genus were isolated from freshwater habitats. These strains formed two groups, both of which fitted the description of the genus , but their characteristics did not match the description of any existing species. is proposed for strains IFAM G-1381 (= ATCC 43612), IFAM BA-868 (= ATCC 43613), and IFAM BA-869 (= ATCC 43615), with strain IFAM G-1381 as the type strain. Strains IFAM ST-1306 (= ATCC 43611) and IFAM WD-1355 (= 43614) are named , with strain IFAM ST-1306 as the type strain. The descriptions of the genus and of the type species are emended.

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