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Abstract

Although the type species of the genus , , was transferred to , was not transferred. Therefore, should be reclassified. Based on 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis and re-examination of physiological properties of the type strain, X6B (=DSM 7040=ATCC BAA-1149), we propose that should be reclassified as comb. nov. Strain X6B contains two separate 16S rRNA genes bracketing another species in the phylogenetic 16S rRNA gene-based tree.

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