The generic name Kang, Chun, Seo, Kim and Jahng 2015, 2212 is malformed: being derived from the Latin noun , … instead of is required. Moreover, according to Appendix 9 of the Prokaryotic Code, a connecting vowel must be dropped when the following word element starts with a vowel. I therefore propose to correct the name to .


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