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

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).

"Candidatus Synchoanobacter obligatus"

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].

Saccharothrix obliqua

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

Rubripirellula obstinata

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].

Yersinia occitanica

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

Aquibium oceanicumClostridium oceanicum"Cyanobium oceanicum"Mesonia oceanicaMesorhizobium oceanicum

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

Hymenobacter ocellatus"Parahymenobacter ocellatus"Scytonema ocellatum"Sirosiphon ocellatus"Stigonema ocellatum"Taxeobacter ocellatus"

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].

Enterococcus malodoratusFlavobacterium odoratumMyroides odoratus

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].

Denitratisoma oestradiolicum

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

Bacillus oleroniusHeyndrickxia oleronia

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].

Halomonas olivaria

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

Natronospirillum operosum

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

Francisella opportunistica"Francisella opportunistica"

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

Brasilonema ornatumOscillatoria ornataPhormidium ornatum"Streptomyces ornatus"

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 oroticumFaecalicatena orotica"Zymobacterium oroticum"

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

Microvirga ossetica

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

Bacteroides ovatusCereibacter ovatusDesulfosarcina ovata"Candidatus Ehrlichia ovata""Exococcus ovatus"Flavobacterium ovatumLuteovulum ovatum"Luteovulum ovatum"Novosphingobium ovatumPseudomonas ovataRhodobacter ovatusSporomusa ovata

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].

Ammoniphilus oxalaticusCupriavidus oxalaticusRalstonia oxalatica corrig.Ralstonia oxalaticusWautersia oxalatica

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

Clostridium oxalicumOxalophagus oxalicus

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

Cupidesulfovibrio oxamicusDesulfovibrio oxamicusNitratidesulfovibrio oxamicusDesulfovibrio vulgaris subsp. oxamicus

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

Streptosporangium oxazolinicum

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

Demequina oxidasica

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

Enterococcus haemoperoxidus

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

Albimonas pacificaAlcaligenes pacificus corrig.Alcanivorax pacificusAlgibacter pacificus"Algivirga pacifica"Algoriphagus pacificusAlkalimicrobium pacificumAllosediminivita pacifica"Candidatus Altimarinus pacificus"Amphritea pacificaAquimarina pacificaArcobacter pacificusBacillus pacificusBacterioplanoides pacificum"Binariimonas pacifica"Bowmanella pacifica corrig.Bowmanella pacificusBrevirhabdus pacificaCaminibacter pacificusCarboxydibrachium pacificum corrig.Carboxydobrachium pacificumCellulophaga pacificaCetia pacificaCobetia pacifica"Corallibacterium pacifica"Cyanocystis pacificaDeleya pacificaDermocarpa pacificaDesulfurobacterium pacificumDevosia pacificaDokdonia pacificaEchinicola pacificaEnterovibrio pacificusEuzebya pacificaFabibacter pacificusFlagellimonas pacificaFlammeovirga pacificaFlavimarina pacificaHalioglobus pacificusHalomonas pacifica"Candidatus Hydrothermus pacificus""Hyphomonas pacifica"Hyunsoonleella pacificaIgnicoccus pacificusJiella pacificaKosmotoga pacificaLeucothrix pacificaLongirhabdus pacificaLutimaribacter pacificusMalaciobacter pacificus corrig.Malacobacter pacificusMarinicauda pacificaMarinicella pacificaMarinisubtilis pacificusMarinoscillum pacificumMicrobulbifer pacificusMuricauda pacificaNitratireductor pacificusNocardioides pacificusOceanibaculum pacificumOceanicola pacificusOceanobacillus pacificus"Oceanomicrobium pacificus""Ochrovirga pacifica"Palaeococcus pacificusParacoccus pacificusParasphingorhabdus pacificaPelagihabitans pacificus"Pelagitalea pacifica"Pelagovum pacificumPlesiocystis pacificaPolaribacter pacificusPoseidonocella pacificaPseudooceanicola pacificus"Pseudosynechococcus pacificus""Pseudosynechococcus sudipacificus""Qipengyuania pacifica"Rheinheimera pacificaRoseivirga pacificaRoseivivax pacificusRoseovarius pacificusSalinispira pacificaSalinispora pacificaSalipiger pacificus"Candidatus Scalindua pacifica"Shewanella pacificaSphingorhabdus pacifica corrig.Sphingorhabdus pacificusSpongiibacterium pacificumStakelama pacificaStreptococcus pacificusSulfitobacter pacificusThermococcus pacificusThioclava pacificaVeronia pacificaWinogradskyella pacifica"Candidatus Xenolissoclinum pacificum"Yangia pacificaCaldanaerobacter subterraneus subsp. pacificus

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

Glaciecola pallidula

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

Clostridium thermopalmarium

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

"Candidatus Synoicihabitans palmerolidicus"

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

Syntrophomonas palmitatica

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

Acetobacterium paludosumMicrocoleus paludosusNostoc paludosum

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

Hillbrichtia pamiria

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].

Nesterenkonia pannonicaSiphonosphaera pannonica

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

Bacillus pantothenticusVirgibacillus pantothenticus

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

Geminocystis papuanica

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

Mycobacterium paraffinicum

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

Aphanocapsa parasiticaMicrocystis parasiticaMicrodiscus parasiticusPolyangium parasiticum

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

Cupriavidus pauculusRalstonia pauculaWautersia paucula

Probable suffix: -culus/-cula/-culum; diminutive; adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Microbacterium paulum"Streptomyces paulus"

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

Chamaecalyx pedicellatusDermocarpella pedicellataPodocapsa pedicellatum

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 pediculatus

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].

Caldora penicillataDichothrix penicillataHeteroleibleinia penicillataPhormidium penicillatumSchizothrix penicillataSymplocastrum penicillatum

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 Blochmannia pennsylvanicus""Candidatus Blochmanniella pennsylvanica" corrig.

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

Bacteroides pentosaceusPediococcus pentosaceusThermoanaerobacter pentosaceus

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

Lactiplantibacillus pentosusLactobacillus pentosus

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

Macrococcus equipercicus

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

Rhodococcus percolatus

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].

Aquaspirillum peregrinumInsolitispirillum peregrinum"Levispirillum peregrinum"Mycobacterium peregrinumMycolicibacterium peregrinum"Spirillum peregrinum"Aquaspirillum peregrinum subsp. peregrinumInsolitispirillum peregrinum subsp. peregrinum"Levispirillum peregrinum subsp. peregrinum"

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].

Fusobacterium periodonticum"Candidatus Nanoperiomorbus periodonticus""Streptococcus periodonticum"

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

Litoribacillus peritrichatusSalinicola peritrichatus

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].

Arsukibacterium perlucidum"Extensimonas perlucida"Marinospirillum perlucidumRheinheimera perlucidaVogesella perlucida

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

Roseibacillus persicicusRoseibacterium persicicum

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

Deinococcus persicinusErwinia persicina corrig.Erwinia persicinusHymenobacter persicinusLamprocystis roseopersicinaMethylobacterium persicinumMicrocystis roseopersicinusPhormidium persicinumProtococcus roseopersicinusPseudanabaena persicinaThiocapsa roseopersicina corrig.

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].

Panacagrimonas perspica

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

Koinonema pervagatum

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].

Flavihumibacter petaseus

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].

Geotoga petraea

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

Micromonospora peucetiaStreptomyces peucetius

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].

Geofilum rhodophaeumMyroides phaeusNocardiopsis rhodophaeaPelodictyon phaeumSiccirubricoccus phaeusStreptomyces xanthophaeusThermacetogenium phaeum

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

Virgibacillus phasianinus

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].

Methanobacterium arbophilicumMethanoculleus thermophilicusMethanogenium thermophilicumMethylobacterium mesophilicumPseudomonas mesophilica

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

Gordona hydrophobicaGordonia hydrophobica corrig.Pseudoamycolata halophobicaPseudonocardia halophobicaSphingobium hydrophobicum

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

Mycobacterium phocaicumMycolicibacterium phocaicum

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

Spiroplasma phoeniceum

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].

Kitasatospora phosalacinea corrig.Kitasatosporia phosalacineaStreptomyces phosalacineus

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

"Micrococcus phosphoreus"Photobacterium phosphoreum

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].

Photobacterium aphoticum

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

Pararhodospirillum photometricumRhodospirillum photometricum

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

Gordonia phthalatica

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

Pelagimonas phthalicicaTropicibacter phthalicicus corrig.

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

Actinomycetospora endophyticaActinorugispora endophyticaAeromicrobium endophyticum"Aeromicrobium endophyticum"Alcaligenes endophyticusAllohumibacter endophyticusAltererythrobacter endophyticusAltericroceibacterium endophyticumAmnibacterium endophyticumAmycolatopsis endophyticaAnabaenothrix epiphyticaAnagnostidinema epiphloeophyticumAnathece endophyticaAphanothece endophyticaAphanothece halophyticaArthrobacter endophyticusAsanoa endophyticaAsticcacaulis endophyticusAurantimonas endophyticaAureimonas endophyticaBacillus endophyticusBlastococcus endophyticusBorzia endophyticaBrachybacterium endophyticumBrucella endophyticaCalothrix epiphytica"Caulobacter endophyticus"Cellulomonas endophyticaChryseobacterium endophyticumCohnella endophyticaCrinalium endophyticum"Cyanobacterium epiphyticum"Cyanodictyon endophyticumDomibacillus epiphyticusDyadobacter endophyticusElizabethkingia endophyticaEnterobacter oryzendophyticusErwinia endophyticaFilimonas endophyticaFlavobacterium endophyticumFlexivirga endophyticaFlindersiella endophyticaFrankia saprophyticaFriedmanniella endophyticaFrigoribacterium endophyticumFulvimarina endophyticaGeitleribactron periphyticumGeitlerinema epiphloeophyticumGlutamicibacter endophyticusGlycomyces endophyticus"Gottfriedia endophyticus"Gynurincola endophyticusHalomonas endophyticaHeteroleibleinia epiphyticaHormoscilla endophyticaJaaginema metaphyticum"Janibacter endophyticus"Jatrophihabitans endophyticusJiangella endophyticaJiella endophyticaJishengella endophyticaKineococcus endophyticaKineococcus endophyticus corrig.Komvophoron epiphyticumKosakonia oryzendophyticaKribbella endophyticaKushneria endophyticaLabedella endophyticaLeibleinia epiphyticaLimoniibacter endophyticusLyngbya endophyticaLyngbya epiphyticaLysinibacillus endophyticusMangrovicella endophyticaMangrovihabitans endophyticusMarinactinospora endophyticaMariniluteicoccus endophyticusMarinomonas epiphyticaMarmoricola endophyticusMartelella endophyticaMicrobacterium endophyticumMicrococcus endophyticusMicrolunatus endophyticusMicromonospora endophytica"Micromonospora endophytica"Micromonospora halophyticaMucilaginibacter endophyticusNakamurella endophyticaNeobacillus endophyticusNesterenkonia endophyticaNocardia endophyticaNocardioides endophyticusNonomuraea endophyticaNovosphingobium endophyticumOchrobactrum endophyticumOkibacterium endophyticumPaenibacillus endophyticus"Pantoea endophytica""Pantoea endophytica"Paracoccus endophyticusPedobacter endophyticusPhycicoccus endophyticusPhyllobacterium endophyticumPhytoactinopolyspora endophyticaPhytomonospora endophyticaPlantactinospora endophyticaPrauserella endophyticaPriestia endophyticaPromicromonospora endophyticaPseudanabaena endophyticaPseudoclavibacter endophyticusPseudogracilibacillus endophyticusPseudomonas endophyticaPseudonocardia endophyticaPseudooceanicola endophyticusRhizobium endophyticum"Rhizobium glycinendophyticum"Rothia endophyticaSaccharibacillus endophyticusSaccharopolyspora endophyticaSalinicola endophyticusSalinicola halophyticusSphingobacterium endophyticumSphingobium endophyticum corrig.Sphingobium endophyticusSphingomonas endophyticaSpirosoma endophyticumStackebrandtia endophyticaStaphylococcus saprophyticus"Staphylococcus saprophyticus"Streptomyces endophyticus"Subtercola endophyticus"Tamaricihabitans halophyticusUmezawaea endophyticaVerrucosispora endophyticaWinogradskyella epiphyticaZobellella endophyticaZunongwangia endophyticaAphanothece nidulans subsp. endophyticaElizabethkingia anophelis subsp. endophyticaMicromonospora halophytica subsp. halophyticaStaphylococcus saprophyticus subsp. saprophyticus

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

Amycolatopsis pigmentata"Brevibacterium pigmentatum"

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].

Rhodopirellula pilleata

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 pilosaCorynebacterium pilosumLimnochorda pilosaScytonematopsis pilosaStreptomyces pilosusStreptomyces prasinopilosus

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

Pseudoalteromonas piratica

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

Aeromicrobium piscariumFlavirhabdus iliipiscariaLacinutrix iliipiscariaLentibacillus juripiscarius"Paenibacillus piscarius"Photobacterium iliopiscariumPiscibacillus salipiscariusVibrio iliopiscariusVibrio renipiscarius

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

Brucella pituitosaOchrobactrum pituitosumPedobacter pituitosusSphingomonas pituitosa

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

Ferroglobus placidus

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

Idiomarina planktonicaLimnohabitans planktonicus"Candidatus Methylopumilus planktonicus"Pseudidiomarina planktonica"Candidatus Rhodoluna planktonica"Sphingorhabdus planktonica

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

Isactis planaPannus planusStreptacidiphilus griseoplanusStreptomyces griseoplanus

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

Bacteroides plebeiusPhocaeicola plebeius

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].

Carnobacterium pleistocenium

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 plicatum"Massilia plicataStreptomyces plicatus

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].

Okeania plumata

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].

Mesorhizobium plurifarium

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

Melisococcus plutoniusMelissococcus plutonius corrig.

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].

"Bacterium plymuthicum"Serratia plymuthica

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

Prosthecomicrobium pneumaticum

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

Methylobacterium podariumMethylorubrum podarium

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

Pararhizobium polonicumPectobacterium polonicumSiphononema polonicum

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

"Streptomyces polyasparticus"

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

Bacteroides polypragmatus

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].

"Eurycolium ponticus"Marinomonas ponticaVibrio ponticus

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

Actinobacillus porcinus"Arcobacter porcinus"Bifidobacterium porcinumEnterococcus porcinusHespellia porcinaMycobacterium porcinumMycolicibacterium porcinumStreptococcus porcinusStreptococcus pseudoporcinusTreponema porcinumBifidobacterium thermacidophilum subsp. porcinumLimosilactobacillus reuteri subsp. porcinus

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].

Bacteroides praeacutus"Coccobacillus praeacutus"Tissierella praeacuta

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

Chitinimonas prasinaCyanocystis prasinaDermocarpella prasinaNocardiopsis prasinaSphaenosiphon prasinusStreptomyces prasinusNocardiopsis alba subsp. prasina corrig.Nocardiopsis albus subsp. prasinaNocardiopsis dassonvillei subsp. prasina

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].

Actinosynnema pretiosumActinosynnema pretiosum subsp. pretiosum

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

"Vibrio tetraodonis subsp. pristinus"

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].

"Methanofollis propanolicus"

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

Anabaena propinquaCorynebacterium propinquumTrichormus propinquus

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

Desulfosalsimonas propionicicaPelotomaculum propionicicum

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

Asticcacaulis biprostheciumAsticcacaulis biprosthecius corrig.

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].

Kitasatospora psammoticaStreptomyces psammoticus

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

"Actinomadura pulveracea"Streptomyces pulveraceus

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

Aeromonas punctata"Bacillus punctatus""Beggiatoa punctata""Candidatus Burkholderia nigropunctata""Candidatus Burkholderia subpunctata"Lyngbya bipunctataMacromonas bipunctataMerismopedia punctataMerismopoedia punctataPantoea punctata"Candidatus Paraburkholderia nigropunctata"Planktolyngbya bipunctataTatumella punctata"Thiospira bipunctata"Aeromonas punctata subsp. punctata

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].

"Blattabacterium punctulatus"Jaaginema quadripunctulatumOscillatoria quadripunctulata

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 puniceumDeinococcus puniceusGlaciecola punicea"Hymenobacter puniceus""Larkinella punicea"Mucilaginibacter puniceus"Pedobacter puniceum"Streptomyces puniceusThermus tenuipuniceusUmboniibacter marinipuniceus

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].

Chromatium purpuratumMarichromatium purpuratumPaludibacterium purpuratum"Streptomyces propurpuratus"Streptosporangium purpuratum

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].

Actinoallomurus purpureusAmoebobacter purpureusChlorogloea purpureaImhoffiella purpureaKitasatoa purpureaLamprocystis purpurea"Leibleinia purpurea"Leptolyngbya purpureaLyngbya purpureaMicromonospora purpureaNonomuraea purpureaPfennigia purpureaPlectonema purpureumPseudophormidium purpureumRhodocyclus purpureusSoonwooa purpureaStreptomyces phaeopurpureusStreptomyces purpureusTeredinibacter purpureus"Streptomyces libani subsp. rubropurpureus"

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 putidus"Haloflavibacter putidusLaceyella putidaMassilia putidaPseudomonas alloputidaPseudomonas putidaSporolactobacillus putidusThermoactinomyces putidusTreponema putidum"Pseudomonas jessenii subsp. pseudoputida"

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

Clostridium putrificum"Pacinia putrifica"

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

Microbacterium pygmaeum

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

Enterobacter pyrinusPluralibacter pyrinus

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 pyrrociniaBurkholderia pyrrociniaPseudomonas pyrrocinia

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].

Moraxella phenylpyruvicaPsychrobacter phenylpyruvicus

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

Haloarcula quadrata

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].

Agmenellum quadruplicatumTrochiscia quadruplicata

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 Borrelia queenslandica""Borrelia queenslandica"

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

Brenneria quercinaErwinia quercinaLonsdalea quercinaLonsdalea quercina subsp. quercina

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 quintana"Rickettsia quintana"Rochalimaea quintana

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

"Sporolactobacillus racemicus"Sporolactobacillus nakayamae subsp. racemicus

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

Enterococcus raffinosusLigilactobacillus araffinosusLactobacillus aviarius subsp. araffinosus

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

Streptomyces rameus

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 ramulosus

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

Micromonospora rhodorangea

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].

"Eubacterium rangiferina"

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].

Winogradskyella rapida

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

Streptomyces resistomycificus

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

Gluconacetobacter rhaeticus"Komagatabacter rhaeticus"Komagataeibacter rhaeticus

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

Brachybacterium rhamnosumKineosporia rhamnosaLacticaseibacillus rhamnosusLactobacillus rhamnosusLactobacillus casei subsp. rhamnosus

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

Altererythrobacter rhizovicinusKibdelosporangium rhizovicinumLuteibacter rhizovicinus"Paenibacillus rhizovicinus"Pelagerythrobacter rhizovicinus"Pseudomonas rhizovicinus"Sphingobium rhizovicinum

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 rhizoxinicaMycetohabitans rhizoxinicaParaburkholderia rhizoxinica

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

Methylobacterium rhodinum corrig.Methylorubrum rhodinum

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].

Devosia riboflavina

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].

Acetofilamentum rigidumSirenicapillaria rigida

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

Lyngbya rimosaPhormidium rimosumStreptomyces rimosusStreptomyces rimosus subsp. rimosus

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

Actinokineospora ripariaAzohydromonas ripariaFervidobacterium ripariumListeria ripariaOccallatibacter riparius

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

Streptomyces fulvorobeus

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].

Domibacillus robiginosusRhodovulum robiginosum

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

"Meiothermus rosaceus""Streptomyces platensis subsp. rosaceus"

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

Micromonospora rosaria

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

Acidipila roseaAdhaeribacter pallidiroseusAlgoriphagus roseusAliifodinibius roseusAmoebobacter roseusAquirufa roseaArcicella roseaArmatimonas roseaArthrobacter roseusArundinibacter roseusBactoderma rosea"Bactoderma rosea"Bactoderma roseum corrig.Belnapia roseaCalidithermus roseusCesiribacter roseusChainia roseaChthonomonas calidiroseaClostridium roseumCraurococcus roseusCrenalkalicoccus roseusCyanobium roseumCyclobacterium roseumDactylosporangium roseumDeinococcus roseusDesertibacter roseusEchinicola roseaEdaphorhabdus roseaEffluviibacter roseusElioraea roseaEuzebya roseaFlectobacillus roseusGeminicoccus roseusGloeocapsa roseaGluconobacter roseusGracilimonas roseaGranulicella roseaHalalkalibacterium roseumHalobaculum roseumHalochromatium roseumHaloferula roseaHalonotius roseusHumitalea roseaHymenobacter roseusImperialibacter roseusKandeliimicrobium roseumKocuria rosea"Lamprobacter roseus"Larkinella rosea corrig.Larkinella roseusLichenicoccus roseusLimnoglobus roseusLimnothrix roseaLitoreibacter roseusLoktanella rosea"Candidatus Magnetomorum rongchengiroseum" corrig."Candidatus Magnetomorum tsingtaoniroseum" corrig."Candidatus Magnetomorum tsingtaoroseum"Meiothermus roseusMelioribacter roseusMeridianimarinicoccus roseusMethylocystis roseaMicrobispora roseaMicrobispora thermoroseaMicrococcus roseus"Micromonospora rosea""Microvirga rosea"Minicystis roseaModestobacter roseusMongoliicoccus roseusMucilaginibacter pallidiroseusMucilaginibacter roseusMuricoccus roseusNatronococcus roseusNocardia flavoroseaNocardiopsis roseaNonomuraea fusciroseaNonomuraea roseaNovipirellula roseaOscillatoria roseaOscillatoria rosea"Paenibacillus roseus"Paraburkholderia pallidiroseaPararoseomonas roseaPedobacter roseus"Pelochromatium roseum"Phormidium roseum"Candidatus Planktothricoides rosea"Planobispora roseaPolynucleobacter meluiroseusPontibacter roseusPseudaestuariivita roseaPseudanabaena roseaPutridiphycobacter roseusPuzihella roseaRhabdobacter roseusRhodococcus roseus"Rhodocytophaga rosea"Rhodopirellula roseaRhodoplanes roseusRhodopseudomonas roseaRoseivivax roseusRoseomonas roseaRubellimicrobium roseumRufibacter roseusRunella roseaSaccharopolyspora roseaSalinarimonas roseaSalinicoccus roseusSediminibacterium roseum"Sediminicoccus rosea"Singulisphaera roseaSkermanella roseaSphaenosiphon roseusSphaerisporangium flaviroseum"Sphingomonas rosea"Spiribacter roseusSpongiactinospora roseaStenotrophobacter roseusStreptosporangium roseumStreptosporangium subroseumSynechococcus roseus"Tautonia rosea"Tellurirhabdus roseaTerriglobus roseusThermomicrobium roseumThiocapsa roseaThiopedia roseaTranquillimonas roseaUmboniibacter roseus"Waksmania rosea"Yoonia roseaMicrobispora rosea subsp. roseaPhormidium mucicola subsp. roseumRoseomonas gilardii subsp. rosea

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 rotiferianus

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

Altererythrobacter rubellus"Deinococcus rubellus"Salinovum rubellumSchizothrix rubella

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

Erythrobacter rubeusHalosegnis rubeusMucilaginibacter rubeusRoseomonas rubeaSphaerisporangium rubeum corrig.Sphaerosporangium rubeum

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].

Geofilum rubicundumGloeocapsa rubicundaHaloplanus rubicundus

Probable suffix: -cundus/-cunda/-cundum; indicates an aptitude or constant tendency [Stearn 1973].

"Actinomyces griseorubiginosus""Actinomyces rubiginosus"Streptomyces griseorubiginosusStreptomyces rubiginosus

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

Amycolatopsis rugosaAzospirillum rugosum"Bacillus rugosus"Nocardia rugosaPontibacter rugosusPrauserella rugosaSegniliparus rugosusStreptacidiphilus rugosusUndibacterium rugosumUsitatibacter rugosus

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

Arthrobacter russicus

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

"Candidatus Ehrlichia rustica"Listeria rusticaPseudomonas rustica

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

Pseudoalteromonas ruthenica

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

"Catenabacterium saburreum"Eubacterium saburreumLachnoanaerobaculum saburreum

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].

"Physactis saccata"Wollea saccata

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].

Chitinophaga polysacchareaMucilaginibacter polysacchareusNeisseria polysaccharea

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].

Pseudomonas sagittaria

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

Agromyces salentinus

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].

Lactobacillus salivarius subsp. salicinius

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].

Actinopolyspora salinariaAquimarina salinariaCitreimonas salinariaHalanaerobacter salinarius corrig.Haloanaerobacter salinariusHalobacterium salinarium"Halobacter salinaria"Orenia salinaria"Pseudomonas salinaria"

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

"Candidatus Allobeggiatoa salina"Aureisphaera salinaBacillus salinus"Caldalkalibacillus salinus"Capillus salinus"Chthonoblastus salinus""Dactylococcopsis salina""Dasyactis salina"Deleya salinaDesmonostoc salinum"Desulfofundulus salinum""Desulfotomaculum salinum"Desulfovibrio salinusDevosia salinaDzensia salinaEnhygromyxa salinaFodinibius salinus"Francisella salina""Glycomyces salinus""Halalkalirubrum salinum"Halapricum salinumHalarchaeum salinumHaloarchaeobius salinusHalobacillus salinusHalobaculum salinumHalobellus salinusHalobium salinumHalolamina salinaHalomarina salinaHalomicroarcula salinaHalomonas salinaHalopenitus salinusHaloplanus salinusHalopseudomonas salinaHalorhabdus salina"Halorientalis salina"Halorubellus salinusHalorubrum salinumHalorussus salinusHalosimplex salinumHalostella salinaHaloterrigena salinaHalovenus salinaKineobactrum salinumKocuria salinaLabrenzia salina"Larsenia salina"Larsenimonas salinaMaribius salinusMaridesulfovibrio salinusMarinicauda salinaMarinobacter salinus"Microcoleus salinus"Natronomonas salinaNeopseudomonas salinaNeowollea salinaNocardiopsis salinaOscillatoria salinaPalleronia salinaPhormidium salinumPlanococcus salinusPontibaca salinaPseudomonas salinaPukyongia salina"Rhodospirillum mediosalinum"Roseibium salinumRoseospira mediosalina"Saccharopolyspora salina"Sagittula salinaSalinigranum salinumSalinirubellus salinusSalinirussus salinus"Schizosiphon salinus"Spiribacter salinusSporohalobacter salinusStreptimonospora salinaStreptohalobacillus salinusStreptomonospora salina corrig.Sulfitobacter salinusSynechocystis salinaTamilnaduibacter salinus"Vibrio salinus"Virgibacillus salinus"Candidatus Viridilinea mediisalina"Wollea salina"Desulfotomaculum nigrificans subsp. salinus"

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].

Flavobacterium saliperosum

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

Bacteroides salivosusPorphyromonas salivosa

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

"Rhodopirellula sallentina"

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].

Actinomadura salmoneaDactylosporangium salmoneumMicrotetraspora salmoneaNesterenkonia salmoneaNonomuraea salmonea corrig.Nonomuria salmoneaSediminibacterium salmoneumSerinibacter salmoneus

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].

Kocuria salsiciaLeucobacter salsicius

Probable suffix: -icius/-icia/-icium; indicates result of an action; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Flavobacterium sandaracinum

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].

Erythrobacter sanguineusGloeocapsa sanguinea"Nanobacterium sanguineum"Porphyrobacter sanguineusSolentia sanguinea

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

Amycolata saturneaNocardia saturneaPseudonocardia saturnea

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].

Pseudomonas saxonica

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

Methylomonas scandinavica

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

Mycobacterium scrofulaceum

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

Coprobacter secundus"Lederbergia citrisecundus"Parasutterella secundaCoprobacter secundus subsp. secundus

Probable suffix: -cundus/-cunda/-cundum; indicates an aptitude or constant tendency [Stearn 1973].

Hymenobacter sedentariusKytococcus sedentariusMicrococcus sedentariusPrimorskyibacter sedentarius

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

Metallosphaera sedula

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

"Stenotrophomonas sepilia"

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].

Modestobacter multiseptatus"Primaevifilum septatum"Streptomyces septatusStreptoverticillium septatum

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].

Pseudonocardia seranimata corrig.Streptomyces seranimatus corrig.Yinghuangia seranimata

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].

Marivirga sericea"Microscilla sericea"

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].

Alkaliphilus serpentinusDillwynella serpentinaGemmobacter serpentinus

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].

Pseudomonas shirazica

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

Geodermatophilus siccatus

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].

Nocardia sienata 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].

Streptomyces silaceus

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

Sediminispirochaeta sinaicaSpirochaeta sinaica

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

Borrelia sinicaBorreliella sinica"Candidatus Brocadia sinica""Cyanostylon sinica""Candidatus Methylomirabilis sinica"Rhizobium mesosinicumStilocapsa sinicaThauera sinica

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

Aquaspirillum sinuosumCylindrospermopsis sinuosaGiesbergeria sinuosaLyticum sinuosumRaphidiopsis sinuosa"Spirillum sinuosum"

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

Eubacterium siraeum

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

Streptomyces smaragdinus

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 smyrnaeus

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

Aeromonas sobriaLactobacillus sobrius

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].

Bythopirellula polymerisociaHalomonas sociaMaioricimonas rarisociaSalinicola socius

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].

Desulfofundulus solfataricusDesulfotomaculum solfataricumSaccharolobus solfataricusSulfolobus solfataricus

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

Anabaena solitariaDolichospermum solitariumEnterococcus solitarius"Candidatus Fokinia solitaria"Rhodopirellula solitariaTetragenococcus solitarius

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

Leibleinia sordidaLyngbya sordida

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

Polyangium sorediatum

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 spanius

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].

Rubrobacter spartanus

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

"Bacillus stratosphericus"Dendronalium phyllosphericum"Zonotrichia hemispherica"

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

"Actinomadura spinosa"Malikia spinosaPseudomonas spinosaPseudonocardia spinosaSaccharopolyspora spinosa"Streptomyces hygrospinosus""Streptomyces spinosus"Verrucomicrobium spinosum

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

Achromobacter spiritinus

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].

Bacteroides splanchnicusOdoribacter splanchnicus

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

"Adonisia splendidus"Beneckea splendidaGeitlerinema splendidum"Microvirga splendida"Oscillatoria splendidaPhormidium splendidum"Photobacter splendidum"Vibrio splendidus

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

Alicyclobacillus macrosporangiidus

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

Actinoplanes minutisporangiusCryptosporangium minutisporangium

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].

Clostridium disporicum

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

Streptomyces staurosporininus

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 spororaveus

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].

Pannus spumosusPolyangium spumosum

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

"Streptomyces carzinostaticus"

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

Streptomyces himastatinicus

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

Corynebacterium tuberculostearicum"Corynebacterium tuberculostearicum"

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

"Chelatococcus thermostellatus"Methyloferula stellataSagittula stellataSeliberia stellata

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].

Agrobacterium stellulatumStappia stellulata

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 stercorariumThermoclostridium stercorariumVitreoscilla stercorariaClostridium stercorarium subsp. stercorariumThermoclostridium stercorarium subsp. stercorarium

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

"Leyella stercorea"Prevotella stercorea

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].

Myxococcus stipitatus

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 griseostramineus"Actinomycetospora stramineaPseudomonas straminea corrig.Streptomyces griseostramineusStreptomyces stramineus

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

"Bacterium striatum"Corynebacterium striatum

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].

Novosphingobium stygium corrig.Phreatobacter stygiusSphingomonas stygia

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].

Agromyces subbeticus

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

Thermostichus sublividus

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

Flavobacterium subsaxonicumMethylibium subsaxonicumRivibacter subsaxonicus

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

"Actinotalea subterranea""Candidatus Aenigmarchaeum subterraneum""Candidatus Aenigmatarchaeum subterraneum" corrig.Anaerosporomusa subterraneaArthrobacter subterraneus"Atlantibacter subterranea"Bacillus subterraneusBradyrhizobium subterraneumCaldanaerobacter subterraneus"Candidatus Caldarchaeum subterraneum" corrig."Candidatus Caldiarchaeum subterraneum"Cavicella subterranea"Desulfacinum subterraneum"Desulfofundulus thermosubterraneusDesulfotomaculum thermosubterraneumDesulfovibrio subterraneusDyadobacter subterraneusGeoalkalibacter subterraneusGeobacillus subterraneusGeomonas subterraneaGeosporobacter subterraneusGeotoga subterraneaHalalkalicoccus subterraneusHalomonas subterranea"Hydrogenobacter subterraneus"Knoellia subterraneaLeptolyngbya subterraneaMesobacillus subterraneusMethanobacterium subterraneumMethanosarcina subterranea"Candidatus Methanosuratincola subterraneus" corrig."Candidatus Methanosuratus subterraneum"Methylothermus subterraneus"Methylothermus subterraneus"Microvirga subterraneaNovosphingobium subterraneum corrig.Oculatella subterraneaPhormidium subterraneumPolycladomyces subterraneusPseudothermotoga subterranea"Psychrodesulfovibrio subterraneus"Rectinema subterraneum"Candidatus Saccharicenans subterraneum""Candidatus Saccharicenans subterraneus" corrig.Salmonella subterranea"Candidatus Sifarchaeotum subterraneus""Sifarchaeum subterraneus" corrig.Sphingobium subterraneumSphingomonas subterraneaSulfurihydrogenibium subterraneumThermaerobacter subterraneusThermoanaerobacter subterraneusThermotoga subterraneaThermovorax subterraneusThiobacter subterraneus"Thiothrix subterranea"Virgibacillus subterraneusCaldanaerobacter subterraneus subsp. subterraneusGeobacillus subterraneus subsp. subterraneus

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

Actinomycetospora succineaKineosporia succinea

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

Staphylococcus succinusStaphylococcus succinus subsp. succinus

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].

Lactobacillus suebicusPaucilactobacillus suebicus

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

Leuconostoc suionicumLeuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. suionicum

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

Thiobacillus thermosulfatusThiomonas thermosulfata

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 Arcobacter sulfidicus""Desulfatifera sulfidica"

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

"Candidatus Planktophila sulfonica"

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

Arthrobacter sulfureusEnterococcus sulfureus"Flavobacterium sulfureum"Paeniglutamicibacter sulfureus

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].

Clostridium thermohydrosulfuricumHalalkaliarchaeum desulfuricumThermoanaerobacter thermohydrosulfuricus

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

"Actinomyces sulphureus"Amycolatopsis sulphurea"Conidiothrix sulphurea"Geitlerinema sulphureumNocardia sulphureaStreptomyces sulphureusOscillatoria geminata subsp. sulphurea

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].

Flavobacterium supellecticarium

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

Propionicicella superfundia

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 Pinguicoccus supinus"

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 sviceus"

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].

"Bacteroides symbiosus""Candidatus Cenarchaeum symbiosum"Clostridium symbiosum"Fusobacterium symbiosum"Methanoplanus endosymbiosus"Candidatus Paracaedibacter symbiosus"

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

Butyricimonas synergistica

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

Alishewanella tabrizicaHalomonas tabrizica

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

Merismoarcus tabulatus

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 tacrolimicus

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

Aquaspirillum magnetotacticum"Bilophococcus magnetotacticus"Magnetospirillum magnetotacticum

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

Euzebya tangerinaFlavobacterium tangerinaFlavobacterium tangerinum corrig.Parvicella tangerinaPolaribacter tangerinusRubritalea tangerinaSaccharothrix tangerinusUmezawaea tangerinaWinogradskyella tangerina

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].

Caldilinea tarbellica

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

Ilyobacter tartaricus

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

Pseudophormidium tauricumStreptomyces tauricus

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

Lysinibacillus telephonicusMicrobacterium telephonicum

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

Burkholderia temerariaCaballeronia temeraria

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

"Hydrogenophaga temperata"Mesorhizobium temperatumOctadecabacter temperatusPhotorhabdus temperataPlanktomarina temperata"Candidatus Planktomarina temperata"Photorhabdus temperata subsp. temperata

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].

Streptoalloteichus tenebrarius"Streptomyces tenebrarius"

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

"Erythrobacter tepidarius"Porphyrobacter tepidariusSulfuracidifex tepidariusThermithiobacillus tepidariusThiobacillus tepidarius

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

"Candidatus Hydrogenedens terephthalaticus" corrig.

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

Pelotomaculum terephthalicicum corrig.

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

Sporomusa termitida

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

Nocardia terpenicaThauera terpenica

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

Adhaeribacter terreusAgrococcus terreusAgromyces terreusCellulosimicrobium terreumFrateuria terrea"Gordonia terrea"Kineococcus terreusMicrococcus terreusPaenibacillus terreusPantoea terreaTatumella terreaUndibacterium terreum

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 tertius"Clostridium tertium

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].

Aureobacterium testaceumBrevibacterium testaceumCurtobacterium testaceumMicrobacterium testaceumNocardia testacea corrig.Nocardia testaceus

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

Mycoplasma testudineum"Mycoplasmopsis testudinea"

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

Anaerococcus tetradiusPeptostreptococcus tetradius

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].

Methylophaga thalassicaShimia thalassicaTenuifilum thalassicumTepidibacter thalassicus

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

Alkalibacterium thalassiumChloroherpeton thalassiumMicrobacterium thalassium

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].

Aliarcobacter thereius"Aliarcobacter thereius"Arcobacter thereius

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].

Desulfallas geothermicusDesulfoscipio geothermicusDesulfotomaculum geothermicum

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

Acetivibrio thermocellusClostridium thermocellumHungateiclostridium thermocellum"Ruminiclostridium thermocellum"

Probable suffix: -cellus/-cella/-cellum; diminutive; adjectival base [Stearn 1973].

Yersinia thracica

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

Aminobacterium thunnariumDesulfocurvus thunnarius

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

Halorhabdus tiamatea

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].

Cryptochroococcus tibeticus"Purpureonostoc tibetica"Purpureonostoc tibeticum corrig.Rhizobium tibeticum

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

Streptococcus tigurinusStreptococcus oralis subsp. tigurinus

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].

Calidithermus timidusEubacterium timidumMeiothermus timidusMogibacterium timidum

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

Methanolobus tindarius

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

"Candidatus Cyanoraptor togatus"

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].

Erwinia toletana

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

Desulfotignum toluenicum

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

Aromatoleum toluolicumDesulfobacula toluolica"Desulfotignum toluolica"Georgfuchsia toluolica

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

Picrophilus torridus

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

"Absiella tortuosum"Albrightia tortuosa"Bacillus tortuosus"Eubacterium tortuosumOscillatoria tortuosaPhormidium tortuosum

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

Anabaena torulosaStreptomyces torulosus

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

Annamia toxicaBacillus cytotoxicusClavibacter toxicusMicrocoleus anatoxicus"Pseudonocardia cytotoxica"Rathayibacter toxicus

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

Flexibacter tractuosusMarivirga tractuosa"Microscilla tractuosa"

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

Quisquiliibacterium transsilvanicum

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

"Bacterium trapanicum"Halobacterium trapanicumHalorubrum trapanicum

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

Pseudanabaena tremulaStenomitos tremulus

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

Bacillus atrophaeus

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

"Candidatus Acetithermum autotrophicum"Acetobacter diazotrophicus"Acetothermus autotrophicum""Candidatus Acidulidesulfobacter diazotrophicus" corrig."Candidatus Acidulodesulfobacter diazotrophicus""Candidatus Acidulodesulfobacterium diazotrophicus"Agromonas oligotrophicaAmycolata autotrophicaAmylolactobacillus amylotrophicusAnaerobacillus alkalidiazotrophicusAquaspirillum autotrophicumAquella oligotrophica"Archaeoglobus lithotrophicus"Bacillus alkalidiazotrophicusBacillus methylotrophicus"Bacillus methyltrophicus"Balnearium lithotrophicum"Candidatus Baltobacter phototrophicus"Blautia hydrogenotrophicaBradyrhizobium oligotrophicumBrockia lithotrophica"Brucepastera parasyntrophica"Burkholderia diazotrophica"Butyribacterium methylotrophicum"Caldicellulosiruptor diazotrophicusCarbonactinospora thermoautotrophicaCarboxydocella thermautotrophicaCatellatospora methionotrophicaCelerinatantimonas diazotrophicaCellulomonas oligotrophicaCellvibrio diazotrophicus"Charonomicrobium ambiphototrophicum"Chelativorans multitrophicusChelativorans oligotrophicusClostridium thermautotrophicum corrig.Clostridium thermoautotrophicum"Corynebacterium autotrophicum"Deferribacter autotrophicusDesulfobacterium autotrophicumDesulfobulbus oligotrophicusDesulfonatronum thioautotrophicumDesulfonauticus autotrophicusDesulforapulum autotrophicum"Desulfovibrio diazotrophica""Desulfovibrio diazotrophicus" corrig.Emticicia oligotrophicaEndothiovibrio diazotrophicusEnterobacter oligotrophicaEnterobacter oligotrophicus corrig.Gemmatimonas phototrophica"Candidatus Geobacter eutrophica"Geomonas diazotrophicaGluconacetobacter diazotrophicus corrig.Gluconoacetobacter diazotrophicusHartmannibacter diazotrophicusHerbaspirillum autotrophicumHoeflea phototrophicaKoleobacter methoxysyntrophicusLactobacillus amylotrophicusLysobacter oligotrophicus"Candidatus Macondimonas diazotrophica"Mangrovibacterium diazotrophicumMethanobacterium thermautotrophicum corrig.Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicumMethanobacterium thermoautotrophicusMethanococcus thermolithotrophicusMethanoculleus hydrogenitrophicus"Candidatus Methanoculleus thermohydrogenitrophicus" corrig."Candidatus Methanoculleus thermohydrogenotrophicum""Candidatus Methanomixophus hydrogenotrophicum""Candidatus Methanomixotrophus hydrogenitrophicus" corrig.Methanothermobacter thermautotrophicus corrig.Methanothermococcus thermolithotrophicusMethylobacterium nonmethylotrophicumMoorella thermoautotrophica"Mycobacterium dioxanotrophicus"Nautilia lithotrophicaNocardia autotrophicaNoviherbaspirillum autotrophicumOharaeibacter diazotrophicusPaenibacillus cellulositrophicusParaburkholderia diazotrophicaPelomicrobium methylotrophicumPhytobacter diazotrophicusPleomorphomonas diazotrophicaPontibacter diazotrophicus"Proactinomyces autotrophicus""Candidatus Promethearchaeum syntrophicum" corrig."Candidatus Prometheoarchaeum syntrophicum""Candidatus Propionivorax syntrophicum""Pseudomonas diazotrophicus""Pseudomonas oligotrophica"Pseudonocardia autotrophica"Ramlibacter lithotrophicus"Ruminococcus hydrogenotrophicusSalileptolyngbya diazotrophicum"Sideroxydans lithotrophicus"Sporotomaculum syntrophicum"Streptomyces autotrophicus"Streptomyces thermoautotrophicusSulfurimonas autotrophicaSulfurimonas lithotrophicaSulfurirhabdus autotrophicaSulfurovum lithotrophicumSyntrophus aciditrophicusTabrizicola oligotrophicaTepidanaerobacter syntrophicusThalassobacter stenotrophicusThermodesulfatator autotrophicusThermodesulfitimonas autotrophica"Candidatus Thermonerobacter thiotrophicus""Candidatus Thiodictyon syntrophicum""Candidatus Thioglobus autotrophica""Candidatus Thioglobus autotrophicus""Thiopontia autotrophica"Thioprofundum lithotrophicaThioprofundum lithotrophicum corrig.Vibrio cyclitrophicus corrig.Vibrio diazotrophicusXanthobacter autotrophicusXanthobacter oligotrophicus"Xylanimonas oleitrophica"Catellatospora citrea subsp. methionotrophicaDesulfofundulus thermobenzoicus subsp. thermosyntrophicusDesulfotomaculum thermobenzoicum subsp. thermosyntrophicum

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

Aeromonas trota

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

Leptolyngbya subtruncataLeptolyngbya truncataPhormidium subtruncatumGeitlerinema splendidum subsp. truncatum

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].

Pseudoalteromonas tunicata

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].

"Anabaena perturbata"Cellulomonas turbata"Dolichospermum perturbatum""Nocardia turbata"Oerskovia turbata

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 turcicaFlavobacterium turcicumHelicobacter turcicus

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

Chroococcus turgidusDictyoglomus turgidum corrig.Dictyoglomus turgidus

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

Halococcus turkmenicusHaloterrigena turkmenicaKribbella turkmenica

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

Spiroplasma turonicum

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

Helicobacter typhlonius

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].

Cellulophaga uliginosaClostridium uliginosumCytophaga uliginosaFlavobacterium uliginosumMethanobacterium uliginosumZobellia uliginosa

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

Burkholderia ultramaficaParaburkholderia ultramafica

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

Undibacterium umbellatum

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].

Faecalimonas umbilicata

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].

Massilia umbonataNovosphingobium umbonatumOlsenella umbonataParafannyhessea umbonata

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 umbrina"Actinomyces umbrinus"Streptomyces umbrinusThermomonospora umbrina

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].

Collenia undosaHeliobacterium undosumHeliomicrobium undosum

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

Holospora undulataHolospora undulataPeloploca undulataPlanktolyngbya undulata

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].

Seongchinamella unica

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

"Geobacillus uralicus""Candidatus Rickettsia uralica"

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

Enterococcus ureasiticus

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

Halomicrobium urmianumHalomonas urmianaHalosiccatus urmianus

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

"Cyanobium usitatum""Candidatus Solibacter usitatus"

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].

Ancylobacter vacuolatus"Chloroplana vacuolata"Desulfobacterium vacuolatumDesulfocicer vacuolatumDesulforhopalus vacuolatusEctothiorhodospira vacuolataHalorubrum vacuolatumLimnothrix pseudovacuolataMethanosarcina vacuolataNatronobacterium vacuolataNatronobacterium vacuolatum corrig.Pelonema pseudovacuolatumPolaromonas vacuolata"Renobacter vacuolatum"Spirulina pseudovacuolataStella vacuolata

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].

Luteimonas vadosa

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

Chamaethrix vaginataCyanothrix vaginataInactis vaginataMicrocoleus vaginatusSchizothrix vaginata"Thionema vaginatum"

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 valaisianaBorreliella valaisiana

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

"Candidatus Paenibacillus valencianus"

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

"Bradyrhizobium valentinum"Listeria valentina

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].

Anaerocolumna aminovalericaClostridium aminovalericumSpirochaeta isovalerica

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

Bacillus validus"Chloracidobacterium validum"Paenibacillus validus"Spirosoma validum"

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

"Bacillus vanillea"

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].

Defluvicoccus vanusDefluviicoccus vanus corrig.

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

Streptomyces variegatus

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].

Anaeroplasma varium"Bacteroides varius"Fusobacterium variumScytonema variumStieleria varia

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

Cystobacter velatus

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].

Archaeoglobus veneficus"Candidatus Megaira venefica"

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

Acinetobacter venetianus"Acinetobacter venetianus"Pelobacter venetianusSyntrophotalea venetiana

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

"Bacillus ventriosus"Eubacterium ventriosum

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

Flavobacterium verecundumMycoplasma verecundumMycoplasmopsis verecunda

Probable suffix: -cundus/-cunda/-cundum; indicates an aptitude or constant tendency [Stearn 1973].

Nocardia vermiculata

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].

Cyanocatena verrucosaGloeothece verrucosaLentzea flaviverrucosa"Nostochium verrucosum"Nostoc verrucosumStreptomyces spinoverrucosusStreptomyces sporoverrucosus

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

Paracoccus versutusPlanococcus versutusPseudomonas versutaThialkalivibrio versutusThioalkalivibrio versutus corrig.Thiobacillus versutus

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

Xanthomonas vesicatoria

Probable suffix: -orius/-oria/-orium; indicates capability, action, or function; verb base [Stearn 1973].

Placoma vesicata

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].

"Antarcticum vesiculatum"Planktothrix paucivesiculata

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].

Leptolyngbya vesiculosaPhormidium vesiculosumPlacoma vesiculosa corrig.Shewanella vesiculosa

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

Prevotella vespertina

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].

Nocardia veterana

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

"Chalaractis villosa"Clostridium villosumFilifactor villosusMethanocaldococcus villosus

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

Allochromatium vinosumCatenuloplanes atrovinosusChromatium vinosumDesmonostoc vinosum"Monas vinosa"

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

Actinomadura coeruleoviolaceaActinomadura roseoviolaceaActinomadura violacea"Actinomyces fulvoviolaceus""Actinomyces roseoviolaceus""Actinomyces viridiviolaceus"Actinosporangium violaceum corrig.Actinosporangium violaceusAltericista violaceaAlteromonas luteoviolacea"Alteromonas luteoviolaceus"Archangium violaceumChromobacterium pseudoviolaceumChromobacterium violaceumCyanocystis violaceaCyanodermatium violaceumCystobacter violaceusDermocarpa violaceaGloeobacter violaceusGoodfellowia coeruleoviolaceaGoodfellowiella coeruleoviolaceaLentzea violacea"Macrospora violaceus"Massilia atriviolaceaMassilia violaceaMicroellobosporia violaceaMicrotetraspora roseoviolaceaNonomuraea roseoviolacea corrig.Nonomuria roseoviolaceaOscillatoria griseoviolaceaOscillatoria violaceaPhormidium griseoviolaceumPhormidium violaceumPseudoalteromonas luteoviolaceaRugamonas violaceaSaccharothrix coeruleoviolaceaSaccharothrix violaceaShewanella violacea"Streptomyces asparaginoviolaceus""Streptomyces fulvoviolaceus""Streptomyces helvoloviolaceus"Streptomyces liliiviolaceusStreptomyces rectiviolaceusStreptomyces roseoviolaceusStreptomyces thermoviolaceusStreptomyces violaceusStreptomyces viridiviolaceus"Streptotrix violacea"Tapinothrix violaceaThiocystis violaceaTychonema griseoviolaceumXenococcus luteoviolaceusLentzea albidocapillata subsp. violaceaNonomuraea roseoviolacea subsp. roseoviolaceaStreptomyces thermoviolaceus subsp. thermoviolaceus

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

"Actinomyces violatus"Streptomyces violatus

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].

Butyricimonas paravirosaButyricimonas virosaPontibacter virosusWeeksella virosa

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

Kineococcus vitellinusPolyangium vitellinum

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].

Kandleria vitulinaLactobacillus vitulinusMammaliicoccus vitulinusStaphylococcus vitulinus corrig.

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].

Flavobacterium hiemivividumGillisia hiemivividaPersicobacter psychrovividus

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

Algibacter marinivivusDemequina activivaMaribacter aquivivusPedobacter hiemivivusPolaribacter marinivivusSimiduia aestuariivivaSphingomicrobium aestuariivivumStygiolobus caldivivusSunxiuqinia faecivivaTenacibaculum aestuariivivumWinogradskyella litoriviva

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

Bremerella volcaniaThermoplasma volcanium

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].

Catellatospora vulcaniaMethanocaldococcus vulcaniusMethanococcus vulcaniusMicromonospora vulcania"Streptomyces vulcanius""Candidatus Thioglobus vulcanius"

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].

Bacteroides vulgatusPhocaeicola vulgatus

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].

Beneckea vulnificaVibrio vulnificus

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

Gordonia westfalica

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

Amycolatopsis xylanica

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

Amphibacillus xylanus

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

Acetobacter xylinumAcetobacter xylinus corrig."Bacterium xylinum"Gluconacetobacter xylinus corrig.Gluconoacetobacter xylinus"Gluconobacter xylinus""Komagatabacter xylinus"Komagataeibacter xylinusAcetobacter aceti subsp. xylinumAcetobacter aceti subsp. xylinus corrig.Acetobacter xylinum subsp. xylinumAcetobacter xylinus subsp. xylinus corrig.

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].

Lactobacillus xylosusStaphylococcus xylosus

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

"Candidatus Goertzia yakutica" corrig."Candidatus Gortzia yakutica"

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

Bacillus endozanthoxylicusNiallia endozanthoxylica

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

"Phenylobacterium zucineum"

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

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