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Abstract

The genus belongs to the family However, many species with the genus name are found in different families and even crossing into a different phylum. Motivated by recently completed genome sequences, we propose the reclassification of two separate clades that include misclassified species which phylogenetically lie within the family , known for being benign members of gut microbiomes and for their plant-degrading capabilities. We use several phylogenetic and phylogenomic perspectives as well as phenotypic comparisons to gain insight into the evolutionary history of these taxa. One clade, which includes , , , , and , we propose to reclassify as gen. nov., and reclassify the species as comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov. and comb. nov. The other clade comprises , , , , , , , and , and we propose to reclassify it as gen. nov., including reclassification of the members as comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov., comb. nov. and comb. nov. We emend the description of to reflect that it is a later heterotypic synonym of , which we have reclassified as .

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