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Abstract

The name Desulfofundulus australicus Wantanabe et al. 2018 has appeared in the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology and is based on the name Desulfotomaculum australicum Love et al. 1993. Consequently, both names are based on the nomenclatural type, strain AB33. At the time of valid publication of the name Desulfotomaculum australicum Love et al. 1993, the strain was also deposited in the Australian Collection of Microorganisms as ACM 3917 and was subsequently accessed to the DSMZ as DSM 11792. The publication of a new combination, Desulfofundulus australicus Wantanabe et al. 2018, under Rule 27, and 30 (3b) of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes requires that the nomenclatural type be deposited in at least two publicly accessible culture collections in different countries from which subcultures must be available in order that the new combination is validly published. The Australian Collection of Microorganisms no longer appears to operate and therefore the new combination, Desulfofundulus australicus Wantanabe et al. 2018 is based on a single deposit in the DSMZ.

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