To assess if the previously reported Enhydrobacter aerosaccus is, in fact, Moraxella osloensis, we used the following methods: (1) We downloaded 16S sequences of Moraxella osloensis (NR_104936.1) and Enhydrobacter aerosaccus (MH715214.1) from NCBI, the two sequences were aligned by BLASTN (v2.7.1, default parameters except that -evalue 1e-10 outfmt 6 -word_size 16), and found that the similarity between them can reach 99.450%. (2) We aligned the sequences annotated as Enhydrobacter in Greengene [49] with NCBI-NT using BLASTN and found that 78.9% of the sequences were annotated as Moraxella osloensis. (3) Using the same method, we found that 99.4% of the sequences annotated as Enhydrobacter in the MetaPhlAn2 [72] database were annotated as Moraxella osloensis.

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