Two MAGs of this organism were recovered from environmental sequencing of samples from Jinze hot spring, in the Rehai geothermal field, Tengchong, Yunnan, China. The binned genomes are 1,273,812 bp in 8 contigs, and 1,298,744 bp in 50 contigs, respectively, and both genomes have a G+C content of 47.5 %. The genome completeness estimates for both are 98.5 %, with very low (0.97%) contamination based on CheckM. Phylogenomic analysis of the 120 archaeal marker genes in the ar122 dataset places this taxon in the proposed candidate genus, Terraquivivens, in the proposed candidate family Wolframiiraptoraceae. ANI values between the two genomes are 99.9 %, while values between this taxon and other members of the genus fall below species delineation guidelines (80-82 %).