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Abstract

During the course of studies on halophilic, Gram-negative bacteria, a comparison of two strains of halophilic bacteria, DSM 3050 and DSM 3051 (formerly ) demonstrated that the characteristics of strain DSM 3050 corresponded to the original description of and those of DSM 3051 to , both of which had been isolated from the Great Salt Lake in Utah [ Fendrich, C. (1988) . , 36–43]. It was concluded that these two strains did not correspond with their original descriptions, e.g. the original description of matched that of DSM 3050 and the original description of matched that of DSM 3051, which was subsequently transferred to the genus as DSM 3051. These findings raise the question of whether the genus name , with the type species , should be associated with type strain DSM 3050 and recognition of strain DSM 3051 as the type strain of .

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