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Abstract

A phylogenomic analysis based on 107 single-copy core genes revealed that three strains from sugar-rich environments, i.e. LMG 1728, LMG 1731 and LMG 22058, represented a single, novel lineage with as nearest validly named neighbour. OrthoANIu and digital DNA–DNA hybridization analyses among these strains and type strains confirmed that the three strains represented a novel species. Biochemical characteristics and MALDI-TOF mass spectra allowed differentiation of this novel species from the type strains of and other closely related species. We therefore propose to classify strains LMG 1728, LMG 1731 and LMG 22058 in the novel species sp. nov., with LMG 1728 (=CECT 30142) as the type strain.

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