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Abstract

Taxonomically relevant characteristics of a fastidiously Gram-positive, obligately endoparasitic prokaryote (strain S-1) that uses the phytoparasitic sting nematode as its host are reviewed. 16S rDNA sequence similarity (⩾93 %) confirms its congeneric ranking with other species and strains from nematodes and cladocerans and corroborates morphological, morphometric and host range evidence suggesting a novel taxon. The 16S rDNA sequence of strain S-1 has greatest similarity (96 %) to the 16S rDNA sequences of both from root-knot nematodes ( species) and the recently reported strain of isolated from the soybean cyst nematode . Because the obligately endoparasitic nature of prokaryotes in the genus prevents isolation of definitive type strains, strain S-1 is proposed as ‘ Pasteuria usgae’ sp. nov.

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