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Abstract

A recent publication has created the genus name Zhang 2018 and the new combinations (Patel 1980) Zhang 2018, (Yang 1990.) Zhang 2018, (Zhilina 2006) Zhang 2018, (Shiratori 2009) Zhang 2018, Kato 2004) Zhang 2018 and (Koeck 2016) Zhang 2018 for names at the rank of species that were previously either included in the genus Prazmowski 1880, Patel 1980 or Koeck 2016. Rules 23a, 38, 39b, 41a, 42 and 44 have not been followed and an illegitimate name at the rank of genus or illegitimate combinations at the rank of species as defined in Rule 51b(1) and (2) have been created. Another aspect is recognising the fact that an instance of heterotypic synonym has been created between Patel 1980, Koeck 2016 and Zhang 2018, where the earliest validly published genus name is Patel 1980, of which the nomenclatural type is Patel 1980. It follows from Rules 23a, 38, 39a, 39b, 41a, 42 and 44 that the genus name to be used is Patel 1980, with new combinations in that genus replacing those published in the genus Zhang 2018, which together with the genus name are illegitimate according to Rule 51b of the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes. Additional issues are also addressed with regards to the names (Drent . 1995) Zhang 2018, Zhang 2018 Peshkoff 1940 (Approved Lists 1980), Rainey 2010, Buchanan 1917 (Approved Lists 1980) and Prévot 1953 (Approved Lists 1980)

Keyword(s): Hungateiclostridium
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