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Strains LMG 1744, LMG 1745, LMG 31484, LMG 1764 and R-71646 were isolated from rotting fruits and fermented food products. A phylogenomic analysis based on 107 single-copy core genes revealed that they grouped in a lineage comprising , , , and . OrthoANIu and digital DNA hybridization analyses demonstrated that these five strains represented three novel species, which could be differentiated from the type strains of closely related species by multiple phenotypic characteristics. We therefore propose to classify strains LMG 1744 and LMG 1745 in the novel species sp. nov., with LMG 1744 (=CECT 30141) as the type strain; to classify strain LMG 31484 as the novel species sp. nov., with LMG 31484 (=CECT 30132) as the type strain; and to classify strains LMG 1764 and R-71646 in the novel species sp. nov., with LMG 1764 (=CECT 30140) as the type strain.

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