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A polyphasic taxonomic analysis of all species of the genus with validly published names revealed morphological, phenotypic and chemotaxonomic heterogeneity. The type species, , and , , and had similar morphological and chemotaxonomical properties. Phylogenetic studies based on 16S rRNA gene sequences showed that and were heterogeneous and were also heterogeneous with other species of the genus with respect to the menaquinone composition. DNA–DNA hybridization data showed that the type strains of and were significantly different from each other and other recognized species in the genus . Therefore, on the basis of phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and genomic differences, two new genera with the names gen. nov. and gen. nov. are proposed to accommodate two species classified originally as belonging to the genus and gen. nov., comb. nov. and gen. nov., comb. nov. are described. The type species of the genus is (type strain LM 042=JCM 10976=DSM 44566=IMSNU 50729) and the type species of the genus is (type strain 6420-P=JCM 9105=DSM 44101=IMSNU 22005).

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