Species "Bacillus bingmayongensis"

Name: "Bacillus bingmayongensis" Liu et al. 2014

Category: Species

Proposed as: sp. nov.

Etymology: bing.ma.yong.en’sis N.L. masc. adj. bingmayongensis, belonging to Bing Ma Yong, a mausoleum in Xi’an City, China, the source of the isolates, literally ‘‘military servants’’, Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses, a collection of 8099 life-size terra-cotta figures of warriors and horses located in the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor from more than 2000 years ago in China

Gender: masculine

Type strains: CGMCC 1.12043; DSM 25427; FJAT-13831

16S rRNA gene: JN411109 Analyse FASTA

Original publication: Liu B, Liu GH, Hu GP, Sengonca C, Lin NQ, Tang JY, Tang WQ, Lin YZ. Bacillus bingmayongensis sp. nov., isolated from the pit soil of Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta warriors in China. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 2014; 105:501-510.

Nomenclatural status: not validly published

Parent taxon: Bacillus Cohn 1872 (Approved Lists 1980)

Assigned by: Liu B, Liu GH, Hu GP, Sengonca C, Lin NQ, Tang JY, Tang WQ, Lin YZ. Bacillus bingmayongensis sp. nov., isolated from the pit soil of Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta warriors in China. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 2014; 105:501-510.

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