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Abstract

A diversity study on the presence of strains representing the genus in nodules collected from Cañizal (Spain) has provided evidence of the high number of isolates that might represent novel species. In the present work, we have characterized three of these isolates: GUI23, GUI43 and GUI63. Phenotypic and genotypic analyses confirmed that all strains represent novel species of the genus with the following proposed names: sp. nov., type strain GUI23 (=CECT 9022=DSM 101692), sp. nov., type strain GUI43 (=CECT 9020=DSM 101694), and sp. nov., type strain GUI63 (=CECT 9019=DSM 101695).

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