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The taxonomic position of the marine bacterium ‘’ NCIMB 1770 was investigated in a polyphasic study. Analysis of 16S rDNA sequence and DNA–DNA reassociation values confirmed the phylogenetic position of strain NCIMB 1770 within the genus as a separate species, distinct from all species with validly described names. On the basis of physiological and molecular properties, it is proposed that strain NCIMB 1770 is classified as sp. nov., nom. rev., comb. nov., with the type strain NCIMB 1770 (=KMM 3635).

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