Reclassification of Serpens flexibilis Hespell 1977 as Pseudomonas flexibilis comb. nov., with Pseudomonas tuomuerensis Xin et al. 2009 as a later heterotypic synonym.

@article{Shin2015ReclassificationOS,
  title={Reclassification of Serpens flexibilis Hespell 1977 as Pseudomonas flexibilis comb. nov., with Pseudomonas tuomuerensis Xin et al. 2009 as a later heterotypic synonym.},
  author={Su-Kyoung Shin and Chung Yeon Hwang and Yong-Joon Cho and Hana Yi},
  journal={Systematic and applied microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={38 8},
  pages={
          563-6
        }
}

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