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A new member of the Flavobacteriales was isolated from the surface of a stone collected on the German North Sea shore. The bacterium, strain ANORD5, is a mesophilic, chemoheterotrophic aerobic, typical marine bacterium. Optimal growth was observed at 20–30 °C, pH 7.0–8.5 and 1–2 % sea salt. The 16S rRNA gene sequence revealed a distant relationship with the representatives of the Cryomorphaceae , with less than 90 % sequence similarity. Strain ANORD5 forms a cluster together with Owenweeksia hongkongensis UST20020801 (89.9 %), Cryomorpha ignava 1-22 (87.9 %), Luteibaculum oceani CC-AMWY-103B (88.1 %) and Phaeocystidibacter luteus PG2S01 (87.3 %). Strain ANORD5 has a low DNA G+C content (31 mol%). Based on morphological, physiological and phylogenetic data, strain ANORD5 is considered a type strain of a new species and a new genus of the family Cryomorphaceae for which the name Vicingus serpentipes is proposed. The type strain is ANORD5 (=NCIMB 15042=DSM 103558=MTCC 12686).

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