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Abstract

Strain 96-237, a Gram-reaction-negative, curved- to spiral-shaped motile bacterium, isolated from coastal marine water, was found to be related to species of the genus by 16S rRNA gene sequence comparison, sharing 98.3 % similarity to CECT 8713and 98.8 % to ‘’ AK16. Phenotypic analysis revealed that strain 96-237 is slightly halophilic, mesophilic and facultatively anaerobic, fermenting -glucose, -ribose, -mannose, -mannitol, maltose and sucrose. It was positive for oxidase and indole production and negative for arginine dihydrolase and lysine and ornithine decarboxylases. Its major fatty acids were C 7/C 6 (SF3), C 7 and C. Its DNA G+C content was 48.4 mol%. The strain was different at the species level from all other species of the genus, with average nucleotide identity indices of 79.6 % to CECT 8713, 87.8 % to CECT 5069 and 89.1 % to ‘’ AK16 genomes. Thus, the strain represents a novel species for which we propose the name and 96-237 (=CECT 9029 =KCTC 42960=LMG 29238) as the type strain.

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