Name: Tetrasphaera vanveenii McKenzie et al. 2006

Category: Species

Proposed as: sp. nov.

Etymology: van.vee’ni.i N.L. gen. n. vanveenii, of van Veen, referring to the late Dutch microbiologist W. L. van Veen, who originally isolated this filamentous bacterium from activated sludge

Gender: feminine

Type strains: Ben 70; DSM 17518; JCM 15591; NCIMB 14127

16S rRNA gene: DQ007320 Analyse FASTA

Valid publication: McKenzie CM, Seviour EM, Schumann P, Maszenan AM, Liu JR, Webb RI, Monis P, Saint CP, Steiner U, Seviour RJ. Isolates of 'Candidatus Nostocoida limicola' Blackall et al. 2000 should be described as three novel species of the genus Tetrasphaera, as Tetrasphaera jenkinsii sp. nov., Tetrasphaera vanveenii sp. nov. and Tetrasphaera veronensis sp. nov. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2006; 56:2279-2290.

IJSEM list: Euzeby JP. Notification list. Notification that new names and new combinations have appeared in volume 56, part 10 of the IJSEM. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2007; 57:2-3.

Nomenclatural status: validly published, illegitimate name

Taxonomic status: in need of a replacement

Risk group: 1

Parent taxon: Tetrasphaera Maszenan et al. 2000

Assigned by: McKenzie CM, Seviour EM, Schumann P, Maszenan AM, Liu JR, Webb RI, Monis P, Saint CP, Steiner U, Seviour RJ. Isolates of 'Candidatus Nostocoida limicola' Blackall et al. 2000 should be described as three novel species of the genus Tetrasphaera, as Tetrasphaera jenkinsii sp. nov., Tetrasphaera vanveenii sp. nov. and Tetrasphaera veronensis sp. nov. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2006; 56:2279-2290.

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