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is a Betaproteobacterial species isolated from ultramafic soils in New Caledonia. The characterization and classification of this species into the genus was done simultaneously with the proposal of the new genus , initially composed of closely related -like species. Thereafter, some reports based on the use of phylogenetic marker genes suggested that forms part of genus. Lacking a formal validation, and with the availability of its genome sequence, a genome-based phylogeny of was obtained to unravel its taxonomic position in . A partial gene phylogeny, extended multilocus sequence typing on homologous protein sequences, and genomic distance-based phylogeny, all support the placement of this species in the genus. Therefore, the reclassification of to comb. nov. is proposed.

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