Sixteen MAGs representing this species were identified from thermal springs in the Rehai and Ruidian geothermal fields, Tengchong, China. These genomes ranged in size from 990,328 bp to 1,230,238 bp, in 10 to 90 contigs, with G+C content of 53.7-55.6 %. Genome completeness was estimated at 92-98.1 %, with 0-2 % contamination, as determined with CheckM. This species is placed in the genus Wolframiiraptor, in the family Wolframiiraptoraceae, based on phylogenomic analysis of 122 conserved archaeal marker sequences. ANI values among members of the species range between 97 and 100 %, with comparisons with other members of the genus resulting in values below 80 %.