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Abstract

Species of the genus share high similarity of their 16S rRNA gene sequences (>99 %). Digital DNA–DNA hybridization values (dDDH) among type strains of all described species of the genus ( DSM 2094 DSM 2381 DSM 14526 DSM 9172, and DSM 18806) indicated that sp. strain R210 represents a novel species of the genus . The dDDH values showed a low DNA relatedness between strain R210 and all other species of the genus (23–32%). Cells of strain R210 were motile, slightly curved rods, 0.63–1.40×0.48–0.90 µm and stained Gram-positive. Growth was optimal at pH 7.8 and at temperature of 30 °C. Strain R210 could utilize several carbohydrates, and the main products from glucose fermentation were lactate, acetate, formate and ethanol. The genomic DNA G+C content of strain R210 was 47.9 mol%. Based on morphological, physiological and biochemical characteristics along with measured dDDH values for all species of the genus , it is suggested that strain R210 represents a novel species within the genus , for which the name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is R210 (=DSM 22150=JCM 31247).

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