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Abstract

Almost complete 16S rDNA sequences from the type strains of seven species of the genus and of have been determined. The species form two phylogenetic clusters that are only moderately related to each other. While cluster I contains the type species and , cluster II comprises and Within the two species clusters, the species are highly related. Phylogenetically, clusters moderately with species. The lack of distinguishing phenotypical properties presently excludes the possibility of describing cluster II as a new genus.

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