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A Gram-negative, coccoid-shaped bacterium, strain CC-CCM15-8, was isolated from a rhizosphere soil sample of the plant (L.) Makino (Seremban) from Budai Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan. 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis clearly allocated strain CC-CCM15-8 to the cluster, showing highest similarities to the type strains of ‘’ (98.8 %), (97.6 %), (97.7 %) and (97.7 %). The fatty acid profile, comprising Cω7 as the major component and C 3-OH as the characteristic hydroxylated fatty acid, supported the placement of strain CC-CCM15-8 within the genus . The polyamine pattern consisted of putrescine and spermidine as major components. Ubiqinone Q-10 was the major quinone type (95 %); ubiquinone Q-9 was also detected (5 %). The complex polar lipid profile consisted of diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylcholine, and unidentified phospholipids, lipids and glycolipids. Levels of DNA–DNA relatedness between strain CC-CCM15-8 and ‘’ LMG 25871, DSM 19484, LMG 21993 and KACC 11518 were 24.9 % (34.8 %, reciprocal analysis), 15.7 % (17.5 %), 17.7 % (23.4 %) and 16.0 % (25.4 %), respectively. Physiological and biochemical test results allowed the phenotypic differentiation of strain CC-CCM15-8 from its closest relatives in the genus . Based on the data presented, it is concluded that strain CC-CCM15-8 represents a novel species of the genus , for which the name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is CC-CCM15-8 ( = LMG 26205 = CCM 7904).

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