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A soil actinomycete, strain 80-133, with the non-validly published name ‘’, was the subject of a polyphasic study designed to clarify its taxonomic status. Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequence studies indicated that the organism belonged to the genus , a result in line with previous chemotaxonomic and morphological data. The strain belonged to the clade, but could be distinguished from representatives of species assigned to this taxon by using DNA–DNA relatedness and phenotypic data. In light of these findings, it is proposed that the organism should be recognized as a novel species of the genus . The name proposed for this taxon is sp. nov., with isolate 80-133 (=AS 4.1146=JCM 3331) as the type strain. It was also shown that representative strains of , , and belong to the same genomic species and have key phenotypic properties in common. It is proposed that and should be considered as later heterotypic synonyms of and that AS 4.1693 should also be assigned to this taxon.

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