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Abstract

Whole-genome sequencing and PFGE analysis of DCY85 and DCY85-1 showed these strains are highly similar and may even be clones of the same strain. The PFGE patterns of I-, II-, and I-digested genomic DNA of the two strains were indistinguishable. Based on the priority of valid publications of the species basonyms, and , it is proposed to reclassify as a later synonym of The description was emended by replacing the DNA G+C content value of 66.0 mol%, which is higher than the 65 mol% considered the threshold for species of the genus , with the value of 62.4–62.5 mol%, calculated as the mean DNA G+C content of the draft genomes of strains DCY85-1 and DCY85.

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