Assignment of ATCC 27377 to Planctomyces staleyi sp. nov. and Conservation of Pasteuria ramosa Metchnikoff 1888 on the Basis of Type Descriptive Material

@article{Starr1983AssignmentOA,
  title={Assignment of ATCC 27377 to Planctomyces staleyi sp. nov. and Conservation of Pasteuria ramosa Metchnikoff 1888 on the Basis of Type Descriptive Material},
  author={Mortimer P. Starr and Richard Martin Sayre and Jean M. Schmidt},
  journal={International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={33},
  pages={666-671}
}
The name Pasteuria ramosa Metchnikoff 1888 is used for two quite different kinds of bacteria. We request that the Judicial Commission issue an Opinion to the effect that the name be used only for the sort of bacterial parasite or endosymbiont described by Metchnikoff from the body cavities of cladoceran invertebrates belonging to the family Daphnidae. The name should not be used for an organism quite different from that described by Metchnikoff, ATCC 27377T, a member of morphotype IV of the… 

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