Name: Halorubrum chaoviator Mancinelli et al. 2009

Category: Species

Proposed as: sp. nov.

Etymology: cha.o.vi.a’tor Gr. n. chaos, empty space, the void; L. masc. n. viator, traveller; N.L. n. chaoviator, the traveller of the void, referring to the exposure of the type strain to conditions of outer space in the Biopan facility (nominative in apposition)

Gender: neuter

Type strain: ATCC BAA-1602; DSM 19316; Halo-G*; NCIMB 14426

16S rRNA gene: AB663407 Analyse FASTA

Valid publication: Mancinelli RL, Landheim R, Sanchez-Porro C, Dornmayr-Pfaffenhuemer M, Gruber C, Legat A, Ventosa A, Radax C, Ihara K, White MR, et al. Halorubrum chaoviator sp. nov., a haloarchaeon isolated from sea salt in Baja California, Mexico, Western Australia and Naxos, Greece. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2009; 59:1908-1913.

IJSEM list: Euzeby JP. Notification list. Notification that new names and new combinations have appeared in volume 59, part 8 of the IJSEM. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2009; 59:2649-2650.

Nomenclatural status: validly published

Taxonomic status: synonym

Correct name: Halorubrum ezzemoulense Kharroub et al. 2006

Risk group: 1

Parent taxon: Halorubrum McGenity and Grant 1996

Assigned by: Mancinelli RL, Landheim R, Sanchez-Porro C, Dornmayr-Pfaffenhuemer M, Gruber C, Legat A, Ventosa A, Radax C, Ihara K, White MR, et al. Halorubrum chaoviator sp. nov., a haloarchaeon isolated from sea salt in Baja California, Mexico, Western Australia and Naxos, Greece. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2009; 59:1908-1913.

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