Candidatus Halectosymbiota


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Citation

Formal styling
Candidatus Halectosymbiota” corrig. Filker et al., 2014 emend. Filker, 2021
Proposed in
Filker et al., 2014
Corrigendum
Filker, 2021 from “Candidatus Haloectosymbiotes” (sic)
Emended in
Filker, 2021
SeqCode status
Automated discovery
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:618

Nomenclature

Rank
Genus
Inferred stem
Halectosymbiot-
Syllabication
Hal.ec.to.sym.bi.o'ta
Etymology
Gr. masc. n. hals, halos, salt, salt water; Gr. prep. ektos, outside; N.L. masc. n. symbiota, one who lives with a companion, partner (from Gr. n. symbiotes); N.L. masc. n. Halectosymbiota, an ectosymbiont from salt water organisms

Taxonomy

Description
Filker (2021): The genus Candidatus Halectosymbiota corrig., originally described as Ca. Haloectosymbiotes, was established based on a 16S rRNA taxonomic marker gene sequence of the only identified species in this genus, Candidatus Halectosymbiota riaformosensis.
Notes
Filker, et al (2014) assigns this genus to the family Halobacteriaceae, whereas Filker (2021) assigns this genus to the family Halorubraceae.
Classification
Archaea » “Euryarchaeota” » Halobacteria » Halobacteriales » Halobacteriaceae » Candidatus Halectosymbiota
Parent
Halobacteriaceae
Alternative placements
Children (1)

Metadata

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Local history
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Publications
2

Citation Title
Filker, 2021, Bergey's Manual of Systematics of Archaea and Bacteria Candidatus Halectosymbiota
Corrigendum
Emended this name
Filker et al., 2014, Systematic and Applied Microbiology “Candidatus Haloectosymbiotes riaformosensis” (Halobacteriaceae), an archaeal ectosymbiont of the hypersaline ciliate Platynematum salinarum
Proposed this name



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