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Abstract

The name has been used for three different organisms. The first organism with this name is the species represented by strain DCWR9-8-2, a species published in 2015 but whose name was never validated. In 2019 the type species of the genus was reclassified into the genus , while maintaining its original epithet, thus establishing the second group of organisms known as , but the first for which the name was validated. Additionally, in 2018 the reclassification of the genus into the genus was proposed, but a new epithet has not been specified for the species named , which remains an orphaned species. Therefore, it is necessary to propose new names that can unequivocally identify these taxa. We have analysed the taxonomic position of the strains, comparing them with the species with valid published names of the genus . We here propose sp. nov. for the species represented by strain DCWR9-8-2, and nom. nov. and comb. nov. for the two orphaned species of , and , respectively. Genomic analysis also showed that is a later heterotypic synonym of .

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