Name DOI
10.1601/nm.270
Name
Grant and Larsen 1989 emend. Gupta et al. 2015
Name Status
Validly Published
Current Authority
Grant and Larsen 1989 emend. Gupta et al. 2015
Taxonomic Rank
order
Nomenclatural Type
(genus on whose name the name of this taxon is based)
Elazari-Volcani 1957 (Approved Lists 1980) emend. Oren et al. 2009
 
Taxonomy
CrossRef
Digital Object Identifier
https://doi.org/10.1601/nm.270
https://doi.org/10.1601/nm.270
Proper Form
Halobacteriales Grant and Larsen 1989 emend. Gupta et al. 2015
Nomenclatural History
The order Halobacteriales was originally proposed by Grant and Larsen 1989. This name became validly published when it appeared on Validation List No. 31 in 1989. This name was affected by Judicial Opinion 79 in 2005. Gupta et al. published an emended description of this order in 2015.
 
Citation
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This information was last reviewed on May 21, 2015.

References


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