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Abstract

It has been proposed to split the genus into two genera according to phylogenetic clustering: (1) a genus retaining this name and consisting mainly of animal and plant pathogens and (2) the genus including so-called environmental bacteria. The latter genus name has been validly published recently. During the period between the effective and valid publications of the genus name , 16 novel species of the genus were described, but only two of them can be classified as members of this genus based on the emended genus description. Analysis of traits and phylogenetic positions of the other 11 species shows that they belong to the genus , and we propose to transfer them to this genus. The reclassified species names are proposed as comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov. and comb. nov. The remaining three species are transferred to the new genus gen. nov. proposed to accommodate twelve species of the genera and forming a distinctive clade in phylogenetic trees. The new genus members are comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., and comb. nov.

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