Species "Candidatus Celerinatantimonas neptuna"

Name: "Candidatus Celerinatantimonas neptuna" Mohr et al. 2021

Category: Species

Proposed as: Candidatus

Etymology: nep.tu’na. English masc. n. Neptune, the Roman god of the seas and the Neptune grass, Posidonia oceanica; N.L. fem. adj. neptuna, pertaining to Neptunus

Gender: feminine

Original publication: Mohr W, Lehnen N, Ahmerkamp S, Marchant HK, Graf JS, Tschitschko B, Yilmaz P, Littmann S, Gruber-Vodicka H, Leisch N, et al. Terrestrial-type nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between seagrass and a marine bacterium. Nature 2021; 600:105-109.

Nomenclatural status: not validly published

Parent taxon: Celerinatantimonas Cramer et al. 2011

Assigned by: Mohr W, Lehnen N, Ahmerkamp S, Marchant HK, Graf JS, Tschitschko B, Yilmaz P, Littmann S, Gruber-Vodicka H, Leisch N, et al. Terrestrial-type nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between seagrass and a marine bacterium. Nature 2021; 600:105-109.

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Record number: 23064
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