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Abstract

A Gram-stain-positive, non-motile, non-spore-forming, coccus (strain Do 184) was isolated from exhaust air of a turkey fattening plant on mannitol salt agar. The strain shared high 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity to the type strains of (98.0%) followed by (97.2%) and (97.1%). All other 16S rRNA gene sequence similarities to species of the genus were below 97%. The average nucleotide identities (ANI) between the Do 184 genome assembly and the ones of type strains of species of the genus were far below the 95% species delineation cutoff value, ranging from 79.47% ( DSM 19772) to 75.30% ( CIP 107946). The quinone system of Do 184, the polar lipid profile, the polyamine pattern and the fatty acid profile were in congruence with those reported for other species of the genus and thus supported the affiliation of Do 184 to this genus. Do 184 represents a novel species, for which the name sp. nov. is proposed, with the type strain Do 184 (=LMG 31100=CCM 8918=CIP 111649). In addition, data on genome sequences of C1-52 CGMCC 1.8911=NBRC 105788 and MPA-33=CCM 7679=CCUG 57953=DSM 22420=CIP 111750 indicate that both isolates represent the same species. Pairwise ANI between the genomes of these two strains lead to similarities of 98.98–99.05 %. These results indicate that these strains represent members of the same species. Due to priority of publication it is proposed that is reclassified as .

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