Subspecies and species names using Group A adjectives, part 1, A-D

Epithets of species or subspecies can be formed from simple or compound Latin or Neolatin adjectives [Rule 12c (1), Rule 13b]. Group A adjectives are declined according to the first (feminine) or second (masculine, neuter) declension and either end in -us (masculine), -a (feminine), -um (neuter) or in -er (masculine), -ra (feminine), -rum (neuter). One part of the species and subspecies names found in LPSN and derived in that manner are shown here, arranged according to the stem of the adjective. Compound adjectives are grouped according to the last part (the one that is modified according to the gender) as far as possible. See also the LPSN introductory page on forming names.

In the case of a new combination these epithets must be adapted to the gender of the genus name: -us (masculine), -a (feminine) or -um (neuter).

"Streptomyces abyssomicinicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Clostridium saccharoperbutylacetonicum"Gluconobacter dioxyacetonicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pelobacter acetylenicusSyntrophotalea acetylenica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Brevibacterium acetylicumExiguobacterium acetylicum"Flavobacterium acetylicum"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Bacteroides multiacidusMitsuokella multacida corrig.Mitsuokella multiacidus

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Flavobacterium acidificum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Cellulomonas acidula"

Probable suffix: -ulus/-ula/-ulum; (1) diminutive; adjectival base; (2) indicates a tendency or action; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Desulfovibrio acrylicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Cognatishimia activaDesmospora activaThalassobius activusThalassovita activaThermosipho activus

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces aculeolatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Caudiculophycus acuminatusGeitlerinema acuminatum"Holospora acuminata"Oscillatoria acuminataOxynema acuminatumPhormidium acuminatumSchizothrix acuminataMicrocoleus paludosus var. acuminatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Desulfococcus biacutusDysosmobacter acutusPhormidium acutum

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Methylobacterium adhaesivum"Paraburkholderia adhaesiva"Sphingomonas adhaesiva

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Kaistia adipata"Mycobacterium adipatum"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Desulfovirga adipica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Gugararchaeum adminiculabundum"

Probable suffix: -bundus/-bunda/-bundum; indicates doing, like a present participle, or action accomplished; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Thermofilum adornatum"Thermofilum adornatus"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Ammatoidea aegaeaCyanosaccus aegaeusThermococcus aegaeus corrig.

Probable suffix: -aeus/-aea/-aeum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus aegyptius"Haemophilus aegyptius corrig.Hemophilus aegyptiusKocuria aegyptiaNatrialba aegyptia corrig.Nocardiopsis aegyptia"Nonomuraea aegyptia"Photorhabdus aegyptia"Streptomyces aegyptia"Thermicanus aegyptius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Bifidobacterium aemilianum

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia aenigmaticaPolynucleobacter aenigmaticusLeuconostoc gelidum subsp. aenigmaticum

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus aeolius"

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Acidihalobacter aeolianus

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Acidiplasma aeolicum"Aquifex aeolicus""Aquifex aeolicus"Marinitoga aeolicaMethanococcus aeolicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Leeuwenhoekiella aequoreaMarmoricola aequoreusNocardioides aequoreus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Microbispora aerata"Waksmania aerata"Microbispora rosea subsp. aerata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Altererythrobacter aerius"Azohydromonas aeria""Bacillus aerius"Deinococcus aeriusNoviherbaspirillum aerium"Candidatus Paenibacillus aerius"Paracoccus aeriusRothia aeriaSphingomonas aeria"Sphingomonas aeria"Tsuneonella aeria

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Leibleinia aeruginea"Leibleinia aeruginea"Leptolyngbya aerugineaLyngbya aerugineaOphiophycus aerugineusSpirulina aerugineaStigonema aerugineumLyngbya baculum var. aeruginea

Probable suffix: -ineus/-inea/-ineum; (1) indicates material or colour or close resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Flavobacterium aestivumVibrio aestivus

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Geotoga aestuarianus"Vibrio aestuarianusVibrio aestuarianus subsp. aestuarianus"Vibrio aestuarianus subsp. aestuarianus"

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Fibrella aestuarinaSalinicola aestuarinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Deinococcus aetherius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Halorubrum aethiopicumNesterenkonia aethiopicaRhizobium aethiopicumScytonema cincinnatum var. aethiopicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura africanaAnabaena austroafricanaArthronema africanum"Candidatus Borrelia africana"Bradyrhizobium australafricanumChondrogloea africanaCyanocomperia africanaCyanoplacoma africanaCylindrospermopsis africanaDactylococcopsis africanaDesulfocurvibacter africanusDesulfovibrio africanusGeodermatophilus africanusKlebsiella africana corrig.Leptolyngbya africana"Candidatus Liberibacter africanus" corrig."Candidatus Liberibacter africanus" corrig."Candidatus Liberobacter africanum""Candidatus Liberobacter africanum""Lyngbya pseudoafricana"Merismopedia africana"Methanolapillus africanus"Microtetraspora africanaMycobacterium africanumMycobacterium austroafricanumMycolicibacterium austroafricanumNocardia africanaNocardiopsis africanaNonomuraea africana corrig.Nonomuria africanaPedobacter africanusPhormidium africanumPlacoma africanaPlectonema africanumPseudanabaena africanaPseudophormidium africanumRaphidiopsis africanaRugosimonospora africanaSpirochaeta africanaStenotrophomonas africanaStreptomyces africanusThermosipho africanus"Candidatus Wolinella africana" corrig."Candidatus Wolinella africanus"Desulfocurvibacter africanus subsp. africanusDesulfovibrio africanus subsp. africanusXenorhabdus bovienii subsp. africanaDichothrix orsiniana var. africanaLeptolyngbya notata var. africanaPlectonema notatum var. africanum

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Dechlorimonas agitatus"Dechloromonas agitata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Mycobacterium ahvazicum"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Westiellopsis akinetica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lactobacillus casei subsp. alactosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces alanosinicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Petalonema alatumScytonema alatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Abyssicoccus albus"Actinobifida alba"Actinokineospora albaActinomadura albaActinomadura flavalba"Actinomyces cyanoalbus""Actinomyces griseoloalbus"Actinopolymorpha albaActinopolyspora albaAgarivorans albusAgromyces albusAlgihabitans albusAlloactinosynnema albumAlteromonas albaAmycolatopsis albaAmycolatopsis thermalbaAquariibacter albusAquibacillus albusArthrobacter albusBacillus albusBactoderma albaBactoderma album corrig.Baekduia albaBeggiatoa albaBremerella albaBrevibacterium albumBrevundimonas alba"Bruguierivorax albus""Burkholderia alba"Cellulomonas alba"Chitinolyticbacter albus""Citrobacter album"Defluviimonas albaDuganella alba corrig.Duganella albusDyadobacter flavalbusFalsibacillus albusFerruginibacter albusFervidibacillus albusFlavobacterium albumFlexivirga albaFrigidibacter albusGeorgenia albaGimesia albaGlycocaulis albusGlycomyces albusHaloactinobacterium albumHaloactinomyces albusHaloactinopolyspora albaHaloactinospora albaHaloechinothrix albaHaloglycomyces albusHalopolyspora albaHumibacter albus"Hyphomicrobium album"Ideonella albaIgnavibacterium albumIntestinirhabdus albaIsoptericola halalbusJiangella albaKlebsiella albaKribbella albaLabrenzia albaLentzea albaLeucobacter albusLitoribrevibacter albusLuteimicrobium albumMameliella albaMarinococcus albus"Martelella alba""Metarhizobium album"Methylobacter albusMethylobrevis albusMethylomicrobium album"Methylomonas albus"Microbacterium albumMicrotetraspora niveoalba"Microvirga alba"Myroides albusNakamurella alba corrig.Nakamurella albusNatronoglycomyces albus"Neoroseomonas alba"Nesterenkonia alba"Niallia alba"Nocardia albaNocardia rosealbaNocardioides albusNocardiopsis alba corrig.Nocardiopsis albusNostoc albumNovosphingobium album"Novosphingobium album"Oleisolibacter albus"Oscillatoria alba""Paenibacillus alba""Paenibacillus albus"Paracoccus albus"Paramartelella alba"Pelagicoccus albusPlanomonospora albaPrauserella albaPrauserella flavalbaPromicromonospora alba"Pseudoclavibacter albus"Pseudoglutamicibacter albusQaidamihabitans albusRamlibacter albus"Rhizobium album""Rhizobium albus"Roseateles albusRoseibium albumRoseovarius albusRuania albaRubrivivax albusRuegeria albaRuminococcus albus"Saccharopolyspora griseoalba"Salilacibacter albusSalimicrobium albumSalinicoccus albusSalsipaludibacter albusSediminibacillus albusShimazuella alba"Shinella albus"Sinosporangium albumSpelaeicoccus albusSphaerisporangium albumSphaerisporangium viridialbum corrig.Sphaerosporangium viridialbumSphingomonas albaSphingomonas flavalba"Staphylococcus albus"Stappia albaStreptacidiphilus albusStreptomonospora albaStreptomonospora flavalbaStreptomyces albusStreptomyces cyanoalbus"Streptomyces flavalbus"Streptomyces griseoloalbusStreptomyces rosealbus corrig.Streptomyces tunisialbusStreptosporangium albumStreptosporangium viridialbum"Streptotrix alba"Streptoverticillium albumSzabonella albaTardiphaga albaThermobifida albaThermocrinis albusThermoleophilum albumThermomonas albaThermomonospora albaThermostaphylospora grisealbaThermus albusVibrio albusVirgibacillus albusVitiosangium subalbumZhihengliuella albaZimmermannella alba"Caulobacter subvibrioides subsp. albus"Nocardiopsis alba subsp. alba corrig.Nocardiopsis albus subsp. albusStreptomyces albus subsp. albus

Allokutzneria albataKibdelosporangium albatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Melittangium alboraceum"Podangium alboraceum"

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Dulcicalothrix alborzica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces albospinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces albulus

Probable suffix: -ulus/-ula/-ulum; (1) diminutive; adjectival base; (2) indicates a tendency or action; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Methylophaga alcalica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lactivibrio alcoholicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Haloferax alexandrinum corrig.Haloferax alexandrinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Borrelia algerica"Mycobacterium algericumMycolicibacter algericus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Microbulbifer epialgicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Brachybacter algidus"Dellaglioa algidaDesulfoconvexum algidumLactobacillus algidus

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Alkalispirochaeta alkalicaBelliella alkalicaMicrocella alkalicaNitrobacter alkalicusSpirochaeta alkalica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Carnococcus allantoicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Balneatrix alpica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Ainactis alpina"Arthrobacter alpinusAsterocapsa alpina"Beggiatoa arctoalpina"Burkholderia alpinaCyanostylon alpinumDictyobacter alpinusEucapsis alpina"Candidatus Frankia alpina"Glaciimonas alpinaGloeocapsa alpinaGodleya alpinaNocardioides alpinusPararobbsia alpinaPedobacter alpinusScotlandella alpinaSphingomonas alpinaStigonema alpinumVulcanimicrobium alpinum corrig.Vulcanimicrobium alpinusStigonema panniforme var. alpinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Bartonella alsaticaYersinia alsatica

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Carbobacillus altaicus""Candidatus Carbonibacillus altaicus" corrig.

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces althioticus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Kribbella aluminosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Rubripirellula amarantea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia ambifaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Sorangium ambruticinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Leuconostoc amelibiosum

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Cyanobium amethystinumCyanothece amethystinaMyxosarcina amethystinaSynechococcus amethystinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Allorhizobium ampelinumXanthomonas ampelinaXylophilus ampelinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Anagnostidinema amphibiumGeitlerinema amphibiumOscillatoria amphibiaPhormidium amphibiumTenebriella amphibia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces amphotericinicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Corynebacterium amycolatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Clostridium amygdalinumLacrimispora amygdalina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Brachyspira suanatina"Brachyspira suanatina"Coenonia anatina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Campylobacter anatolicus"Geobacillus anatolicus"Helicobacter anatolicusJiangella anatolica"Streptomyces anatolicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Rickettsia andeana" corrig.

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Mycobacterium angelicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptococcus anginosus"Streptococcus anginosus"Streptococcus anginosus subsp. anginosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Bifidobacterium angulatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Achromobacter animicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Aphanocapsa annulataCalyptothrix annulata"Flavobacterium annulatum"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus marseilloanorexicus""Candidatus Clostridium anorexicum" corrig."Candidatus Clostridium anorexicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Phyllonema ansataPhyllonema ansatum corrig.

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Borrelia anserina"Spirochaeta anserina"

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia anthina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces anthocyanicus"Streptomyces anthocyanicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces antimycoticus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Brevibacterium antiquum"Kribbella antiqua""Candidatus Methanomethyloarchaeum antiquum"Methanomicrobium antiquum"Candidatus Ovatibacter antiquus" corrig.Rhicnonema antiquum

Probable suffix: -uus/-ua/-uum; indicates possibility or result of action; verb base, rarely noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Vibrio antiquarius"

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Pilimelia anulataStreptomyces anulatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Paenibacillus apiarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Chondromyces apiculatusJacksonvillea apiculataKomvophoron apiculatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Geitleria appalachianaLeptolyngbya appalachiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Cytophaga apricaFlammeovirga apricaStreptomyces apricus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Gemmobacter aquarius"Candidatus Nitrosotenuis aquarius"Testudinibacter aquarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Acidocella aquaticaAdhaeribacter aquaticusAeromonas aquaticaAlgibacter aquaticusAmniculibacterium aquaticumAmnimonas aquatica"Candidatus Ancaeobacter aquaticus"Ancylobacter aquaticusAquaspirillum aquaticum"Aquitalea aquatica""Aquitalea aquatica"Arcicella aquatica"Candidatus Arcomarinus aquaticus"Arenibacter aquaticus"Arenimonas aquatica" corrig."Arenimonas aquaticum"Asprobacter aquaticusAsticcacaulis aquaticusBelliella aquaticaBlastococcus haudaquaticusBlastomonas aquaticaBrachybacterium aquaticumBudvicia aquaticaBudvicia aquatica"Caldimonas aquatica"Caldovatus aquaticus"Candidatus Chazhemtobacterium aquaticus""Candidatus Chazhemtonibacterium aquaticum" corrig.Chromobacterium aquaticumChryseobacterium aquaticumClostridium caldaquaticumComamonas aquatica"Corynebacterium aquaticum"Cypionkella aquaticaDeinococcus aquaticusDickeya aquatica"Duganella aquatica"Emticicia aquaticaErysipelothrix aquaticaExiguobacterium aquaticumFictibacillus aquaticusFlavivirga aquaticaFlavobacterium aquaticum"Flavobacterium aquaticum"Fontibacillus aquaticusGemmobacter aquaticusHalonotius aquaticusHalorubrum aquaticumHalorussus aquaticusHalosimplex aquaticumHerbaspirillum aquaticum"Histidinibacterium aquaticum"Hydrogenophaga aquaticaHymenobacter aquaticusIdeonella aquaticaIdiomarina aquaticaJanthinobacterium aquaticum"Candidatus Kaelpia aquatica"Lactobacillus aquaticusLeeia aquaticaLeifsonia aquatica"Leifsonia aquatica""Candidatus Limnosphaera aquatica"Liquorilactobacillus aquaticusListeria aquaticaLuteimonas aquatica"Candidatus Marinarcus aquaticus" corrig.Marinilongibacter aquaticusMarinobacter aquaticusMarmoricola aquaticusMassilia aquatica"Massilia aquatica"Methylibium aquaticumMethylobacterium aquaticum"Methylolobus aquaticus"Methylophilus aquaticusMicrocyclus aquaticusMokoshia aquaticaMycobacterium aquaticumNatronomonas aquaticaNiabella aquaticaNibricoccus aquaticusNocardioides aquaticusNocardioides marmoraquaticusNovosphingobium aquaticum"Novosphingobium aquaticum"Paeniroseomonas aquaticaPandoraea aquaticaParacnuella aquatica"Pararheinheimera aquatica"Pectobacterium aquaticumPectobacterium quasiaquaticumPelomonas aquaticaPerlucidibaca aquaticaPhenylobacterium aquaticumPiscinibacter aquaticusPolaromonas aquaticaPontimicrobium aquaticumPseudoduganella aquaticaPseudomethylobacillus aquaticusPseudorhodobacter aquaticusPsychrobacter aquaticusRadiculonema aquaticum"Rahnella aquatica"Ramlibacter aquaticusRheinheimera aquaticaRhizobium aquaticumRhodoferax aquaticus"Roseateles aquaticus"Roseomonas aquaticaRugamonas aquaticaSapientia aquaticaSchlegelella aquaticaSilvanigrella aquaticaSolimonas aquaticaSphingobacterium psychroaquaticumSphingomonas aquaticaSpiribacter aquaticusStagnimonas aquaticaSulfurimonas aquaticaTabrizicola aquaticaTahibacter aquaticusTepidimonas aquaticaTerriglobus aquaticusTerrimonas aquaticaThermoanaerobaculum aquaticumThermomonas aquaticaThermospira aquaticaThermus aquaticusUliginosibacterium aquaticumVibrio aquaticusVogesella aquaticaChryseobacterium aquaticum subsp. aquaticum"Comamonas aquatica subsp. aquatica"

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Acetohalobium arabaticum

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Microvirga arabica"Candidatus Scalindua arabica"Streptomonospora arabica corrig.Streptomyces arabicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Ligilactobacillus araffinosusLactobacillus aviarius subsp. araffinosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Lentisphaera araneosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Sphingomonas arantia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Flavobacterium araucananum

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Methylobacillus arboreus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Methanofilum arcanum""Candidatus Neoehrlichia arcana"

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Acidovorax antarcticusActimicrobium antarcticumAequorivita antarcticaAlgimonas arcticaAlgoriphagus antarcticusAliterella antarcticaAllohahella antarcticaAllomuricauda antarcticaAmycolatopsis antarcticaAnabaena antarcticaAnabaena arctica"Candidatus Anaeropigmentatus antarcticus" corrig."Candidatus Anaeropigmentus antarcticus"Antarcticibacterium arcticumAquaspirillum arcticumArcobacter antarcticusArenibacter antarcticusArgonema antarcticumArthrobacter antarcticusBacillus thermantarcticus corrig.Bizionia arcticaCalothrix antarcticaCarnobacterium antarcticum"Candidatus Celaenobacter antarcticus"Chachezhania antarcticaChitinimonas arctica"Candidatus Chlorobium antarcticum"Christiangramia antarcticaChryseobacterium antarcticumClostridium arcticum corrig."Coelosphaerium subarcticum"Cohnella arcticaColwellia arcticaComamonas antarcticaConstrictibacter antarcticusCorynebacterium antarcticumCryobacterium arcticum"Cytophaga antarctica"Dactylococcopsis antarcticaDactylothamnos antarcticusDeinococcus antarcticusDeinococcus arcticusDesulfallas arcticusDesulfotalea arcticaDesulfotomaculum antarcticumDesulfotomaculum arcticumDesulfotruncus arcticusDesulfovibrio arcticusDolichospermum arcticumDyadobacter arcticus"Candidatus Eremiobacter antarcticus"Exiguobacterium antarcticumFalsihalocynthiibacter arcticusFlavitalea antarcticaFlavobacterium antarcticumFlavobacterium arcticumFormosa arcticaFriedmanniella antarcticaGeobacillus thermantarcticusGlaciecola arcticaGlaciihabitans arcticusGramella antarcticaGranulicella arcticaGranulosicoccus antarcticusHahella antarcticaHalocynthiibacter arcticus"Candidatus Hinthialibacter antarcticus"Huanghella arcticaHumidesulfovibrio arcticusHymenobacter antarcticusHymenobacter arcticusIodobacter arcticus"Candidatus Jiangella antarctica"Kaistella antarcticaKiloniella antarcticaKordia antarcticaLabilibaculum antarcticumLegionella antarcticaLeifsonia antarcticaLeptolyngbya antarcticaLeucothrix arcticaLewinella antarcticaLuteimicrobium subarcticumLuteolibacter arcticusLysobacter antarcticusMaribacter antarcticusMaribacter arcticusMarinitoga arcticaMarinobacter antarcticus"Marinobacter arcticus"Marinomonas arcticaMarisediminicola antarcticaMassilia antarcticaMerismopedia arcticaMethanobacterium arcticumMicrococcus antarcticusMicrocoleus antarcticusMicrolunatus antarcticus"Microvirga antarctica"Mokoshia antarcticaMucilaginibacter antarcticusMuricauda antarcticaNakamurella antarctica"Candidatus Nanohalarchaeum antarcticum" corrig."Candidatus Nanohaloarchaeum antarcticus"Neisseria arcticaNeolewinella antarcticaNeptunomonas antarctica"Candidatus Nitrosocosmicus arcticus""Nitrosospira antarctica""Candidatus Nitrotoga arctica"Nocardioides antarcticus"Nocardioides arcticus"Nocardiopsis antarctica corrig.Nocardiopsis antarcticusNonlabens antarcticusNovosphingobium subarcticumOceanicola antarcticusOceanisphaera arctica"Oceanisphaera arctica"Octadecabacter antarcticusOctadecabacter arcticusOleispira antarcticaOscillatoria antarcticaPaenibacillus antarcticusPaenibacillus arcticusPaeniglutamicibacter antarcticusPaenisporosarcina antarcticaParablastomonas arcticaParaconexibacter antarcticusParageobacillus thermantarcticus"Parageobacillus thermantarcticus"Paraglaciecola arcticaPararhizobium antarcticumPedobacter antarcticusPedobacter arcticusPhaeobacter arcticus"Phormidesmis arctica"Phormidium antarcticumPlanktotalea arcticaPlanococcus antarcticusPlastoroseomonas arcticaPolynucleobacter antarcticusPolynucleobacter arcticusPontibacter arcticusPoseidonibacter antarcticusPricia antarcticaPseudoalteromonas antarcticaPseudoalteromonas arcticaPseudolysobacter antarcticusPseudomonas antarcticaPseudonocardia antarcticaPseudooceanicola antarcticusPseudooceanicola antarcticusPseudophaeobacter arcticusPseudopuniceibacterium antarcticumPseudorhodobacter antarcticusPsychrobacillus antarcticusPsychrobacter arcticusPsychroglaciecola arcticaPsychromonas antarctica corrig.Psychromonas antarcticusPsychromonas arcticaPuniceibacterium antarcticumRaineyella antarctica"Regnicoccus antarcticus"Rhabdothermus arcticusRhodococcus antarcticusRhodoferax antarcticusRobiginitomaculum antarcticumRoseicitreum antarcticumRoseisalinus antarcticusRoseomonas arcticaRoseovarius antarcticusRoseovarius arcticusSanguibacter antarcticusSchizothrix antarcticaSediminicola arcticusSejongia antarcticaSerinibacter arcticusShackletoniella antarcticaShewanella arctica"Siccationidurans antarcticus"Sphingobacterium antarcticum corrig.Sphingobacterium antarcticusSphingomonas antarcticaSphingomonas subarcticaSpirosoma arcticumSporosarcina antarcticaStichosiphon subarcticusStreptomyces arcticusSubsaxibacter arcticus"Candidatus Tariuqbacter arcticus"Terrimonas arcticaTessaracoccus antarcticusThiomicrorhabdus arcticaThiomicrospira arcticaTrichormus antarcticusUlvibacter antarcticusUndibacterium arcticumUrsidibacter arcticusVanhoeffenia antarcticaVirgibacillus arcticusZhongshania antarcticaFrancisella tularensis subsp. holarcticaYersinia enterocolitica subsp. palearcticaLyngbya aestuarii var. antarctica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Phormidium arcuatumPropionispira arcuataPseudanabaena arcuataSynechococcus arcuatusThermostichus arcuatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Flammeovirga arenariaGeodermatophilus arenarius"Microscilla arenaria"Schizothrix arenaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Microcystis argenteaRhizorhabdus argenteaStaphylococcus argenteus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Leuconostoc argentinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pediococcus argentinicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Geobacter argillaceus"Geomobilibacter argillaceus""Streptomyces argillaceus"

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Thermogemmatispora argillosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Kitasatospora cystarginea corrig.Kitasatosporia cystargineaStreptomyces cystargineus

Probable suffix: -ineus/-inea/-ineum; (1) indicates material or colour or close resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Amycolatopsis aridaBelnapia aridaBradyrhizobium semiaridum"Burkholderia semiarida"Kibdelosporangium aridumMicromonospora aridaStreptomyces aridusKibdelosporangium aridum subsp. aridum

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Campylobacter armoricus"Candidatus Methanomassiliicoccus armoricus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lactobacillus maltaromicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pyrobaculum arsenaticum

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Bacillus arsenicusFictibacillus arsenicusLuteimonas arsenicaPseudaminobacter arsenicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Yersinia artesiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Nocardiopsis arvandica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Kluyvera ascorbata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Marispirochaeta associata"Sphaerochaeta associata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Microcoleus asticus"Candidatus Pantoea astica"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actibacterium atlanticumAestuariivita atlanticaAgrobacterium atlanticumAliterella atlanticaAltererythrobacter atlanticusAlteromonas atlanticaAmphritea atlanticaAquimarina atlanticaAurantiacibacter atlanticusBrachybacterium atlanticumBrevibacterium atlanticumBurkholderia silvatlanticaCaminibacter mediatlanticusCroceibacter atlanticusCroceibacterium atlanticumDesulfurobacterium atlanticumErythrobacter atlanticusGeminobacterium atlanticumHaliea atlanticaHyphomonas atlantica corrig.Hyphomonas atlanticusIdiomarina atlanticaKomarekiella atlantica"Magnicoccus sudiatlanticus"Mameliella atlantica"Maricoccus atlantica""Candidatus Marinimicrobium atlanticum""Marinobacter atlanticus"Marinomonas atlanticaMarivirga atlanticaMesorhizobium atlanticumMicrobacterium atlanticum"Candidatus Neomarinimicrobium atlanticum" corrig.Oceanococcus atlanticus"Paraburkholderia atlantica"Paraburkholderia silvatlantica"Persephonella atlantica"Pseudaestuariivita atlanticaPseudidiomarina atlanticaPseudoalteromonas atlanticaPseudooceanicola atlanticusPsychrilyobacter atlanticus"Rhizobium atlanticum"Roseivivax atlanticusRoseovarius atlanticusRuegeria atlanticaShewanella atlantica"Streptomyces atlanticus"Symploca atlanticaThermococcus atlanticusThermodesulfatator atlanticusThermosipho atlanticusThioclava atlanticaVibrio atlanticusVulcanithermus mediatlanticus"Candidatus Winogradskyella atlantica"Zunongwangia atlantica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura atramentaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Entophysalis atrataGloeocapsa atrataStreptomyces atratus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Cyanosaccus atticus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinobispora aurantiacaActinocorallia aurantiacaActinomadura aurantiaca"Actinomyces glomeroaurantiacus""Actinomyces griseoaurantiacus"Actinoplanes atraurantiacus"Actinoplanes aurantiacus""Actinoplanes pallidoaurantiacus""Aequorivita aurantiaca""Agrobacterium aurantiacum"Agromyces aurantiacusAllomuricauda aurantiacaAltererythrobacter aurantiacusAlteribacter aurantiacusAntarcticirhabdus aurantiacaArcicella aurantiacaAridibaculum aurantiacumArsenicitalea aurantiacaAscidiimonas aurantiacaBacillus aurantiacusBlastococcus aurantiacusBrevibacterium aurantiacumBrevundimonas aurantiacaBrumimicrobium aurantiacumCellulomonas aurantiaca"Chitinophaga aurantiaca"Chloroflexus aurantiacusChroococcus aurantiacusChryseobacterium aurantiacumCryptosporangium aurantiacumCytophaga aurantiaca"Cytophaga aurantiaca"Dactylosporangium aurantiacumDemequina aurantiacaDesertihabitans aurantiacusDevosia aurantiacaDictyobacter aurantiacusDietzia aurantiacaDokdonia aurantiacaEdaphocola aurantiacusExiguobacterium aurantiacum"Flavobacterium aurantiacum"Flexibacter aurantiacusGemmatimonas aurantiaca"Gordona aurantiaca"Herbaspirillum aurantiacumHerpetosiphon aurantiacus"Jeotgalibacillus aurantiacus"Jiangella aurantiacaKineococcus aurantiacusKineosporia aurantiacaKitasatospora atroaurantiaca"Koukoulia aurantiaca""Kouleothrix aurantiaca"Labilibacter aurantiacus"Lentiprolixibacter aurantiacus"Lewinella aurantiacaLitorihabitans aurantiacusLongivirga aurantiacaMaribacter aurantiacusMaripseudobacter aurantiacusMarivirga aurantiacaMarmoricola aurantiacusMethylomonas aurantiacaMicrobacterium aurantiacumMicrocoleus aurantiacusMicrolunatus aurantiacusMicromonospora aurantiacaMicromonospora echinaurantiacaMotilibacter aurantiacusMuricauda aurantiacaMycolicibacterium aurantiacumNeolewinella aurantiacaNesterenkonia aurantiacaNiabella aurantiacaNocardia aurantiacaNocardioides aurantiacusNonomuraea aurantiacaNoviherbaspirillum aurantiacumPaenibacillus aurantiacusParacoccus aurantiacusParapontixanthobacter aurantiacusPerexilibacter aurantiacusPhytohabitans aurantiacusPinibacter aurantiacusPistricoccus aurantiacusPontibacter aurantiacusPrevotella aurantiacaPseudomonas aurantiacaPseudonocardia aurantiacaPsychroflexus aurantiacusQipengyuania aurantiacaRamlibacter aurantiacusRhodococcus aurantiacusRobiginitalea aurantiacaRufibacter aurantiacusRunella aurantiaca"Sabulicella rubraurantiaca"Saccharicrinis aurantiacus"Saccharopolyspora aurantiaca"Salipaludibacillus aurantiacusShiella aurantiacaSphingomonas aurantiacaStigmatella aurantiacaStreptomyces atroaurantiacusStreptomyces aurantiacus"Streptomyces coeruleoaurantiacus"Streptomyces glomeroaurantiacusStreptomyces griseoaurantiacus"Streptotrix aurantiaca"Symplocastrum aurantiacum"Thalassorhabdus aurantiaca"Virgisporangium aurantiacum corrig.Virgosporangium aurantiacumWilliamsia aurantiaca corrig.Williamsia aurantiacusWinogradskyella aurantiaca"Caulobacter henricii subsp. aurantiacus"Flavobacterium johnsoniae subsp. aurantiacumMicromonospora carbonacea subsp. aurantiacaPseudomonas brassicacearum subsp. neoaurantiacaPseudomonas chlororaphis subsp. aurantiaca

"Acetobacter aurantium"Alteromonas aurantiaErythrobacter aurantiusFrateuria aurantiaFulvivirga aurantiaKushneria aurantiaMarnyiella aurantia"Mesobacillus aurantius"Nocardia aurantia"Pacificimonas aurantium""Paenibacillus aurantius"Pelczaria aurantiaPseudoalteromonas aurantiaSpirochaeta aurantiaThermogemmatispora aurantiaWinogradskyella aurantiaSpirochaeta aurantia subsp. aurantia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinosynnema pretiosum subsp. auranticum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Plantibacter auratusStreptomyces auratus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Microbacterium aurugineum"

Probable suffix: -ineus/-inea/-ineum; (1) indicates material or colour or close resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Polyangium aurulentum

Probable suffix: -ulentus/-ulenta/-ulentum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces avellaneus

Probable suffix: -aneus/-anea/-aneum; indicates resemblance or material out of which something is made; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces avermectinius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lactobacillus aviariusLigilactobacillus aviariusLactobacillus aviarius subsp. aviarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

"Bacteroides avidus"Cutibacterium avidum"Desulfobacillus acidavidus"Propionibacterium avidum"Syntrophomonas saponavida"Syntrophomonas wolfei subsp. saponavida

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Kitasatospora azatica corrig.Kitasatosporia azaticaStreptomyces azaticus

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Phycobacter azelaicus"Pseudomonas azelaica"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Billgrantia azerbaijanica"Halomonas azerbaijanicaShewanella azerbaijanica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Halomonas azerica"Vreelandella azerica"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pseudocalidococcus azoricusStygiolobus azoricus"Candidatus Thiobarba azorica" corrig."Candidatus Thiobarba azoricus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus biazoteus"Cellulomonas biazotea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomadura azurea""Actinoplanes azureus"Amycolatopsis azureaPseudonocardia azureaSaccharomonospora azureaStreptomyces azureusVibrio azureusCouchioplanes caeruleus subsp. azureus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Amoebobacter bacillosus"Thiodictyon bacillosum

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Mycobacterium bacteremicumMycolicibacterium bacteremicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Desulfomicrobium baculatum corrig.Desulfomicrobium baculatusDesulfovibrio baculatusFlavobacterium baculatum"Heliorestis baculata""Candidatus Laterigemmans baculatus"Nocardioides baculatusPaenimyroides baculatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces badius"Asterocapsa badiaBacillus badius"Bacillus similibadius"Comamonas badiaCylindrospermum badiumCystobacter badiusLeptolyngbya badia"Pseudobacillus badius"Streptomyces badiusTrichocoleus badius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas baetica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Caenibaculum baiyangdianus"

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Alcanivorax balearicusAlloalcanivorax balearicusCalothrix balearicaFerrimonas balearicaMarinomonas balearicaPhormidiochaete balearicaPseudomonas balearicaStutzerimonas balearica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Chryseobacterium balustinumFlavobacterium balustinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Bacillus barbaricusFictibacillus barbaricus"Candidatus Rickettsia barbarica" corrig.

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Falsiroseomonas bellaHolopedium bellumMicrocrocis bellaRoseomonas bellaStreptomyces bellus

Probable suffix: -ellus/-ella/-ellum; diminutive; adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Magnetospirillum bellicum corrig.Magnetospirillum bellicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Gimesia benthicaShewanella benthica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Stenotrophomonas bentonitica

Probable suffix: -iticus/-itica/-iticum; indicates fitness or capability for something or possession of; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas benzopyrenica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Aquirufa beregesia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Pseudomonas bharatica""Pseudomonas bharatica"

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Imhoffiella bheemlicaMarichromatium bheemlicumThiorhodococcus bheemlicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Burkholderia bifaria"

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus bifidus""Bacterium bifidum"Bifidobacterium bifidumGulosibacter bifidus"Pseudoclavibacter bifida""Candidatus Weimeria bifida"Zimmermannella bifida

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Robiginitalea biformataShimia biformataTomitella biformata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Bacteroides biviusPrevotella bivia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Fuscovulum blasticumRhodobacter blasticaRhodobacter blasticus corrig.Rhodopseudomonas blasticaTabrizicola blastica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Companilactobacillus bobaliusLactobacillus bobalius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Subtercola boreus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus botulinus"Clostridium botulinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Macrococcus bovicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Dolichospermum brachiatumMethylobacterium brachiatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Chamaesiphon britannicusLonsdalea britannicaNunduva britannicaLonsdalea quercina subsp. britannicaVibrio tapetis subsp. britannicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura rubrobrunea"Excellospora rubrobrunea""Micropolyspora rubrobrunea"

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomadura brunnea""Actinoplanes purpeobrunneus""Flavobacterium brunneum"Micromonospora brunneaOscillatoria olivaceobrunneaPrevotella brunneaRugamonas brunnea"Stigmatella brunnea"Streptomyces griseobrunneusStreptomyces viridobrunneus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Vibrio bubulus"Campylobacter sputorum subsp. bubulus

Probable suffix: -ulus/-ula/-ulum; (1) diminutive; adjectival base; (2) indicates a tendency or action; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Lactobacillus bulgaricusPhormidium bulgaricumSorangium bulgaricum"Thermobacterium bulgaricum"Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Brevundimonas bullataMethylobacterium bullatumMycoplana bullata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Clostridium acetobutylicumClostridium saccharobutylicumHyperthermus butylicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Anaerostipes butyraticus"Candidatus Phosphitivorax butyraticus"

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Massilia buxeaPseudoduganella buxea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Gluconobacter cadivus

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces caeruleatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Actinoalloteichus caeruleus"Actinomyces caeruleus"Actinoplanes caeruleusActinopycnidium caeruleumCouchioplanes caeruleusGemmobacter caeruleusLeisingera caeruleaLyngbya aerugineocaeruleaPhaeobacter caeruleusPhormidium aerugineocaeruleumPotamolinea aerugineocaeruleaStreptomyces caeruleusXenotholos caeruleusCouchioplanes caeruleus subsp. caeruleus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinoallomurus caesius"Micropolyspora caesia""Microtetraspora caesia""Saccharomonospora caesia""Streptomyces peucetius subsp. caesius"

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lyngbya aerugineocaerulea f. calcareaCyanomargarita calcareaDasygloea calcareaGeitleria calcareaHomoeothrix calcareaNocardia calcareaTapinothrix calcarea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Archaeoglobus sulfaticallidusDuganella callidaRuminococcus callidus

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Actinoplanes campanulatus"Ampullaria campanulata"Ampullariella campanulata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces canarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Bacillus canaveralius

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pseudarthrobacter albicanusStreptomyces canusStreptosporangium canum

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Cohnella candidum"Nonomuraea candidaStreptomyces candidusThermoactinomyces candidus

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas cannabinaSphingomonas cannabina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Myceligenerans cantabricum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinoplanes capillaceus"Leibleinia capillacea"

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Desulfovibrio capillatusLactobacillus capillatusLentzea albidocapillataLiquorilactobacillus capillatusPaucidesulfovibrio capillatusSaccharothrix albidocapillataLentzea albidocapillata subsp. albidocapillata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus capillosus"Bacteroides capillosusPseudoflavonifractor capillosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Phanerosphaerops capitaneusSiphonophycus capitaneumSiphonophycus capitaneus corrig.

Probable suffix: -aneus/-anea/-aneum; indicates resemblance or material out of which something is made; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptococcus caprinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Pandoraea captiosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Halobellus captivusRubripirellula reticaptivaSodalis praecaptivus

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Acetobacterium carbinolicumDesulfovibrio carbinolicusPelobacter carbinolicusSolidesulfovibrio carbinolicusSyntrophotalea carbinolica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Micromonospora carbonaceaMicromonospora carbonacea subsp. carbonacea

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas carbonaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Aminobacter carboxidusCarbophilus carboxidusThermomicrobium carboxidum

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Escherichia adecarboxylataLeclercia adecarboxylata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Propionivibrio dicarboxylicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Vibrio caribbeanicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Euryhalocaulis caribicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces dentocariosus"Rothia dentocariosa corrig.Rothia dentocariosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura carminataNonomuraea roseoviolacea subsp. carminata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Streptomyces carminius"

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Dactylopiibacterium carminicum"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Staphylococcus sciuri subsp. carnaticus

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Chamaenema carneum"Leptolyngbya carneaNocardia carneaNostoc carneumPlectonema carneumRoseovarius carneusSaccharothrix carneaStreptomyces griseocarneus"Streptomyces griseocarneus"Streptosporangium carneum"Streptothrix carnea"Streptoverticillium griseocarneum

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Macrococcus carouselicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Rivularia carpathica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Eucapsis carpaticaStreptomyces carpaticus

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas caspiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Corynebacterium caspium"Rickettsia conorii subsp. caspia"

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Catenuloplanes castaneusOscillatoria castanea"Streptomyces castaneus""Streptomyces castaneus"

Probable suffix: -aneus/-anea/-aneum; indicates resemblance or material out of which something is made; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptococcus castoreus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Crocinitomix catalasitica

Probable suffix: -iticus/-itica/-iticum; indicates fitness or capability for something or possession of; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Desulfobacterium catecholicumDesulfocastanea catecholica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Aliinostoc catenatumChroococcus catenatusPseudanabaena catenata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Acrocarpospora catenulataBacillus catenulatusBacillus thermocatenulatusBifidobacterium catenulatumBifidobacterium pseudocatenulatumChondromyces catenulatusGeobacillus thermocatenulatusSutcliffiella catenulataBifidobacterium catenulatum subsp. catenulatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia catudaiaCaballeronia catudaia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Magnetospirillum caucaseumParamagnetospirillum caucaseum

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Anaplasma caudatumEubacterium plexicaudatum"Flavobacterium caudatum""Paranaplasma caudata"Pleomorphochaeta caudata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Pseudomonas cedrina corrig.Pseudomonas cedrina subsp. cedrina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Asaccharobacter celatusClostridium celatumMycobacterium celatumAdlercreutzia equolifaciens subsp. celata corrig.Adlercreutzia equolifaciens subsp. celatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus cellaseus"Cellulomonas cellasea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Acinetobacter celticusVibrio celticus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Rhodocista centenaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia cepaciaPseudomonas cepacia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Roseobacter cerasinusStreptomyces cerasinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Morococcus cerebrosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Bacillus cereus"Paenibacillus albicereus"Paracoccus albicereus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Agromyces cerinusDactylosporangium cerinumFlavobacterium cerinumGluconobacter cerinusHalomonas cerinaHalovivax cerinusAgromyces cerinus subsp. cerinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Streptomyces cervinus"

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Desulfobacterium cetonicumDesulfosarcina cetonica corrig.Desulfosarcina cetonicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Micromonospora chalcea"Streptothrix chalcea"

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Fervidobacterium changbaicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Paenibacillus chartarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Methanolobus chelungpuianus

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Micromonospora chersina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Microbacterium chocolatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Bifidobacterium choerinum

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia choicaCaballeronia choicaDyella choica"Paraburkholderia choica"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Bacillus chondroitinusPaenibacillus chondroitinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Aliarcobacter cibarius"Aliarcobacter cibarius"Arcobacter cibarius"Clostridium cibarium"Haladaptatus cibariusLentibacillus cibariusProteus cibariusPsychrobacter cibariusSalicibibacter cibariusWeissella cibariaProteus terrae subsp. cibarius

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Kitasatospora cineracea

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Micrococcus cinereus"Microellobosporia cinerea"Microstreptospora cinerea"Neisseria cinereaPhotorhabdus cinereaPseudanabaena cinereaStreptomyces cinereus"Streptomyces roseocinereus"Streptomyces sporocinereusPhotorhabdus temperata subsp. cinereaStreptomyces hygroscopicus subsp. sporocinereus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces cinereospinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces cinnabarinus"Limimaricola cinnabarinusLoktanella cinnabarinaSphaerisporangium cinnabarinum corrig.Sphaerosporangium cinnabarinumStreptomyces cinnabarinus"Streptosporangium cinnabarinum""Nannocystis exedens subsp. cinnabarina"

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Dietzia cinnamea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Actinomycetospora cinnamomeaKrasilnikovia cinnamomea corrig.

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Krasilnikovia cinnamoneaStreptomyces cinnamoneus"Streptomyces cinnamoneus"Streptoverticillium cinnamoneumStreptomyces cinnamoneus subsp. cinnamoneusStreptoverticillium cinnamoneum subsp. cinnamoneum

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Timaviella circinata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces aureocirculatus"Streptomyces aureocirculatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces cirratus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces ciscaucasicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Hymenobacter citatus"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Formivibrio citricus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Anathece clathrataAphanothece clathrataPlanktothrix clathrataRhabdogloea clathrataOscillatoria mougeotii var. clathrata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Chamaecalyx clavatusChamaesiphon clavatusCyanocystis clavataFischerella clavataHalobellus clavatusLyngbya subclavataPseudoscytonema subclavatum"Streptomyces lividoclavatus"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces sporoclivatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Aphanothece coacervataStreptomyces coacervatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Hydrocoleum coccineumHymenobacter coccineusIlumatobacter coccineumIlumatobacter coccineus corrig.Symplocastrum coccineum

Probable suffix: -ineus/-inea/-ineum; (1) indicates material or colour or close resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Bacillus cochlearius"Clostridium cochlearium

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

Kitasatospora cochleata corrig.Kitasatospora paracochleata corrig.Kitasatosporia cochleataKitasatosporia paracochleataStreptomyces cochleatusStreptomyces paracochleatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Clostridium cocleatumThomasclavelia cocleata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura coeruleaBlennothrix coeruleaHydrocoleum coeruleumMicromonospora coeruleaRheinheimera coerulea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Accumulibacter cognatus""Candidatus Methanoplasma cognatum"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Bacterium enterocoliticum"Duncaniella muricoliticaYersinia enterocoliticaYersinia enterocolitica subsp. enterocolitica

Probable suffix: -iticus/-itica/-iticum; indicates fitness or capability for something or possession of; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces collinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Sporotalea colonica"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Agreia bicolorataFluviispira multicolorataHalomonas colorataHymenobacter latericoloratusMyxosarcina decolorataOscillatoria decolorataPseudomonas cremoricolorata"Streptomyces griseicoloratus"Streptomyces olivicoloratusStreptomyces roseicoloratusTychonema decoloratumCalothrix parietina var. decolorataMyxosarcina spectabilis var. decolorata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Mycoplasma columbinumMycoplasmopsis columbinaRiemerella columbina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Leuconostoc gasicomitatumOkeania comitataLeuconostoc gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Campylobacter lari subsp. concheus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Emcibacter congregatusParemcibacter congregatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Calothrix conicaNodosilinea conicaPycnacronema conicumSpirulinopsis conica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Caedibacter paraconjugatusPseudocaedibacter conjugatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Alicyclobacillus consociatusAnacystis consociataBauldia consociataCalothrix consociataEffusibacillus consociatusMassilia consociataProsthecomicrobium consociatumTelluria consociataTolypothrix consociata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Crateriforma conspicuaMycobacterium conspicuumPantoea conspicua

Probable suffix: -uus/-ua/-uum; indicates possibility or result of action; verb base, rarely noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Diplococcus constellatus"Streptococcus constellatusStreptococcus constellatus subsp. constellatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Accumulibacter contiguus"

Probable suffix: -uus/-ua/-uum; indicates possibility or result of action; verb base, rarely noun base [Stearn 1973].

Heliorestis convolutaPegethrix convoluta

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Desulfonatronum cooperativum

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Nostoc copiosum"Candidatus Udaeobacter copiosus"

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Actinophytocola corallinaActinophytocola corallinus corrig.Arcticibacter pallidicorallinusCryobacterium levicorallinumKosmotoga arenicorallinaMicrobispora corallina"Nonomuraea corallina"Piscinibacterium candidicorallinumPlanomonospora corallinaRhodococcus corallinus"Serratia corallina"

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Calothrix coriaceaHazenella coriaceaLusitaniella coriaceaSchizothrix coriacea

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Chloranaerofilum corporosum"

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Acrocarpospora corrugataPseudomonas corrugataStreptosporangium corrugatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Anaplasma corsicanum""Candidatus Ehrlichia corsicanum"Posidoniimonas corsicana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Polynucleobacter corsicusPoriferisphaera corsica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Salinispora cortesiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Mycobacterium cosmeticumMycolicibacterium cosmeticum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Polynucleobacter cosmopolitanus

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Phytoplasma costaricanum"Streptomyces costaricanus

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Archaeoellipsoides costatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Actinomadura cremea"Actinomyces cremeus"Blastopirellula cremeaBremerella cremea"Edaphovirga cremea"Janibacter cremeusLignipirellula cremeaMicrobacterium cremeumMicromonospora cremeaNesterenkonia cremeaNocardioides cremeusPaenibacillus cremeusPedococcus cremeusPhycicoccus cremeusRhizobium cremeumSpecibacter cremeusSphingomonas cremeaStreptomyces cremeusActinomadura cremea subsp. cremea

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Herbidospora cretaceaPseudogirvanella cretacea

Probable suffix: -aceus/-acea/-aceum; indicates resemblance; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces griseus subsp. cretosus

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Eubacterium crispatum"Lactobacillus crispatusLeptolyngbya crispataPlectonema crispatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Streptococcus cristatus corrig.

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Chondromyces crocatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Aequorivita croceaFlavobacterium croceumGordonia croceaGramella crocea"Hydrogenophaga crocea""Isoptericola croceus""Microbacterium croceum"Pelagicoccus croceusRacemicystis croceaTerrimonas croceaUrechidicola croceus

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Devosia crocinaFlavobacterium crocinumMycobacterium crocinumMycolicibacterium crocinumTamlana crocina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Butyrivibrio crossotus

Probable suffix: -otus/-ota/-otum; indicates resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces crystallinus

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Naumannella cuiyingiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Clostridium culturomicum"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Vitiosangium cumulatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Desulfovibrio cuneatus"Frigididesulfovibrio cuneatus"Sphaerastrum cuneatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Alcaligenes cupidusDeleya cupidaHalomonas cupida

Probable suffix: -idus/-ida/-idum; indicates a state or an action in progress; verb, noun or adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Flavobacterium cupreumPleurocapsa cuprea"Streptomyces cupreus"

Probable suffix: -eus/-ea/-eum; (1) indicates material or colour or resemblance in quality; noun base; (2) indicates "possessed by" or belonging to; noun base, usually the name of a person; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Metallosphaera cuprina"Thiobacillus cuprinus"Thiomonas cuprina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Alicyclobacillus curvatus"Bacterium curvatum""Chamaesiphonites curvata"Desulfobacter curvatusLactobacillus curvatusLatilactobacillus curvatusMethanobrevibacter curvatus"Methanoflexus curvatus"Microvirgula curvataRaphidiopsis curvataShinella curvata"Siphoderma curvatum"Siphonobacter curvatusSpiribacter curvatusSyntrophomonas curvataThermomonospora curvataLactobacillus curvatus subsp. curvatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Kapabacteria thiocyanatum""Candidatus Kapaibacterium thiocyanatum" corrig."Candidatus Kapaibacterium thiocyanatum"Methylobacterium thiocyanatumMethylorubrum thiocyanatumParacoccus thiocyanatus

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Thiohalobacter thiocyanaticus

Probable suffix: -aticus/-atica/-aticum; indicates place of growth; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces cyaneus"Actinoplanes cyaneusAnacystis cyanea"Aphanizomenon cyaneum"Arthrobacter atrocyaneusCagniardia cyaneaGloeocapsa cyanea"Gloeocapsopsis cyanea"Saccharomonospora cyaneaSinomonas atrocyaneaStreptomyces cyaneus

Probable suffix: -aneus/-anea/-aneum; indicates resemblance or material out of which something is made; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Rhodovarius lipocyclicusThialkalimicrobium cyclicumThioalkalimicrobium cyclicum corrig.Thiomicrospira cyclica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Ampullariella cylindrica"Anabaena cylindricaCalothrix cylindricaMinunostoc cylindricum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Phytomonospora cypria

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces cyslabdanicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces daghestanicus"Streptomyces daghestanicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Acidipropionibacterium damnosumJanthinobacterium agaricidamnosumPediococcus damnosusPropionibacterium damnosum

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Anabaena danicaAneurinibacillus danicusDolichospermum danicum"Candidatus Fermentibacter danicus" corrig."Candidatus Proximibacter danicus""Candidatus Thioturbo danicus"Anabaena viguieri var. danica

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Candidatus Burkholderia darwiniana"Paenibacillus darwinianus

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

"Geobacillus toebii subsp. decanicus"

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Amycolatopsis decaplanina

Probable suffix: -inus/-ina/-inum; (1) indicates possession or resemblance; noun base; (2) indicates material or colour, resemblance or possession; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces decoyicusStreptomyces hygroscopicus subsp. decoyicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Abiotrophia defectivaStreptococcus defectivus

Probable suffix: -ivus/-iva/-ivum; indicates capacity, ability, possession by or property of; verb or noun base [Stearn 1973].

Anaerocella delicataAquaspirillum delicatumCurvibacter delicatusDesulfonatronospira delicata"Spirillum delicatum"Sulfitobacter delicatusThiobacillus delicatusThiomonas delicata"Candidatus Turbabacter delicatus""Candidatus Turbibacter delicatus" corrig.

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Brevitalea deliciosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Microbacterium deminutum

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Porphyromonas circumdentaria

Probable suffix: -arius/-aria/-arium; indicates connexion or possession; noun or numeral base [Stearn 1973].

"Billgrantia desiderata"Halomonas desiderata

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

"Lactococcus dextranicus"Leuconostoc dextranicumLeuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. dextranicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Lactobacillus dextrinicusLapidilactobacillus dextrinicusPediococcus dextrinicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Vibrio diabolicus

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Actinobifida dichotomica"Thermoactinomyces dichotomicaThermoactinomyces dichotomicus corrig.Thermoflavimicrobium dichotomicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Nocardioides dilutus corrig.

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Brevundimonas diminutaFiliconstrictosus diminutusPseudomonas diminutaSpiroplasma diminutum

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Aromatoleum diolicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Corynebacterium pseudodiphtheriticum

Probable suffix: -iticus/-itica/-iticum; indicates fitness or capability for something or possession of; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Streptomyces distallicusStreptoverticillium distallicum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Halobacterium distributum corrig.Halobacterium distributusHalorubrobacterium distributumHalorubrum distributumVulcanisaeta distributa

Probable suffix: -utus/-uta/-utum; indicates possession; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Brevibacterium divaricatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Cuniculiplasma divulgatum

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

Burkholderia dolosa

Probable suffix: -osus/-osa/-osum; indicates abundance or full or marked development; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Olivibacter domesticusPseudosphingobacterium domesticum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Roseibaca domitiana

Probable suffix: -anus/-ana/-anum; indicates position, connexion or possession by; noun base [Stearn 1973].

Mycobacterium doricumMycolicibacterium doricum

Probable suffix: -icus/-ica/-icum; indicates "belonging to"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

Annamia dubia"Myxosarcina dubia"Nocardioides dubiusPseudocapsa dubiaSulfitobacter dubiusSymploca dubia

Probable suffix: -ius/-ia/-ium; (1) means "characteristic of", hence indicates connexion or resemblance; noun base; (2) "characteristic of"; noun base; Greek origin [Stearn 1973].

"Hymenobacter duratus"

Probable suffix: -atus/-ata/-atum; (1) indicates possession or likeness; noun base; (2) perfect participal ending of verbs of First Conjugation, indicating an action made or done [Stearn 1973].

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