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On the basis of two other publications (Yarza 2013; Nemec 2019) and on the basis of resequencing of the 16S rRNA gene of CIP 103579 it is concluded that CIP 103579, which is the only available strain of the species from culture collections, does not conform to the original description given by Pot (1992). The strain investigated is a member of the genus within the , a family of the and not a member of the as originally proposed. CIP 103579 shared 99.8 % 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity with DSM 2403. The two strains clustered together by and core genome-based phylogenetic analyses and shared an average nucleotide identity of 96.47% (reciprocal, 96.56 %) and a digital genome distance calculation (GGDC) value of 66.9 %. Furthermore, the two strains shared matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time of flight MS profiles to a high extent and showed highly similar cellular fatty acid profiles and physiological substrate utilization patterns. It is proposed that the Judicial commission consider (1) that the strain currently deposited as CIP 103579 be recognized as a member of ; (2) placing (Pot 1992) on the list of rejected names if a suitable replacement strain, or a neotype strain cannot be found within 2 years of publication of this request; and (3) place the genus name (Pot 1992) on the list of rejected names [Recommendation 20D (3) of the Code].

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