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Abstract

The prokaryotic generic name Zhang 2007 is illegitimate because it is a later homonym of a fungal genus name Hyde, 1992 (Fungi, Ascomycota, Sordariomycetes, Xylariomycetidae, Xylariales, Hyponectriaceae) [Principle 2 and Rule 51b(4) of the (1990 Revision)]. It is also questionable whether the genus name can be validly published. Therefore, a new genus name, gen. nov., is proposed for this taxon. As a result, a new name is proposed for the type species, sp. nov., to replace the illegitimate combination Zhang 2007 . The type strain of is E1HC-02 (=JCM 13598 =DSM 17894).

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