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Abstract

The taxonomic position of subsp. and was re-evaluated by genomic analysis. Average nucleotide identity (ANI), digital DNA–DNA hybridization values, and phylogenetic analyses of the type strains indicate that subsp. and are the same genospecies. Additionally, the overall genomic relatedness index (OGRI) values reveal that subsp. should be elevated to species status as sp. nov.

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