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Abstract

Four bacterial strains isolated from peat bog soil or swampy meadow in Baden-Württemberg (Germany) and found to have rrs sequences close to that of Rouxiella chamberiensis were compared to this species by using multi-locus sequence analysis and phenotypic tests. The four strains constituted two discrete groups (referred to as the Baden and the Silva groups) belonging to the genus Rouxiella . These groups differed in their ability to grow at 37 °C, reduce nitrate into nitrite, and to produce acid from several carbohydrates. Two novel species are, therefore, proposed: Rouxiella badensis sp. nov. for the Baden group (type strain, 323=CIP 111153=DSM 100043) and Rouxiella silvae for the Silva group (type strain, 213=CIP 111154=DSM 103735). The definition of the genus Rouxiella has also been emended in order to take these two novel species into account.

Keyword(s): MLSA , peat bog soil , Rouxiella and WGS
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