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Bacteria were isolated from an industrial water circuit in the Netherlands. These strains were identified using API 20 NE as possible, or likely, . With VITEK 2 some of these strains scored ‘low discrimination’ for , amongst others. A total of twenty-six strains were assigned to the species or Because of the possibility of misidentification of these environmental species as medical- and public-health relevant and , an emended description, based on tests results more customarily used in clinical laboratories, was suitable. For this reason, the strains in this study, including the type strains DSM 15294, DSM 17152 and DSM 15321, were subjected to a polyphasic identification procedure. This procedure consisted of multiple phenotypic tests, fatty acid analysis, 16S rDNA sequence analysis, matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectronomy and various species-specific molecular tests. Based on the results of the polyphasic procedures, the species descriptions of , and have been emended.

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