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Abstract

Ongoing changes in taxonomic methods, and in the rapid development of the taxonomic structure of species assigned to the have lead the International Committee of Systematic Bacteriology Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of and Related Bacteria to discuss significant updates to previous minimal standards for describing new species of and . This paper is the result of these discussions and proposes minimum requirements for the description of new species belonging to the families and thus including species in and The core underlying principle remains the use of appropriate phenotypic and genotypic methods to characterise strains sufficiently so as to effectively and unambiguously determine their taxonomic position in these families, and provide adequate means by which the new taxon can be distinguished from extant species and subspecies. This polyphasic taxonomic approach demands the use of appropriate reference data for comparison to ensure the novelty of proposed new taxa, and the recommended study of at least five strains to enable species diversity to be assessed. Methodological approaches for phenotypic and genotypic (including whole-genome sequence comparisons) characterisation are recommended.

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