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subsp. ’ NCIMB 10462 has been demonstrated by a polyphasic taxonomic approach to be a member of the genus . 16S rDNA sequence analysis suggests that this is the only genus that could accept this specimen. The sequence is 95·5 % similar to that of subsp. ACM 2601 (the type strain of the type species of the genus), which is its closest relation. The genomic DNA G+C content was determined to be 53·3 mol%, which is similar to the values obtained for the validly described species. DNA–DNA hybridization experiments have shown that strain NCIMB 10462 (=NCDO 2697) represents a novel species; therefore, it is proposed that it be designated as the type strain of the novel species sp. nov. This study also used 16S rDNA analysis, DNA–DNA hybridization experiments and phenotypic testing to revive the species sp. nov., nom. rev. and sp. nov., nom. rev. NCIMB 8633 (=LMG 2848) and NCIMB 8634 (=LMG 2847) are the proposed type strains.

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