Multicriteria analysis (Principal Component Analysis—PCA) in the Canoco 5 program (Braak and Smilauer, 2012) was used to analyse the phenotypic similarity of the strains based on biochemical parameters obtained by the Biolog system, which confirmed the highest similarities of strains isolated from substrates with the same pH and the most suitable biochemical tests for determining the similarity of the tested strains. The similarity among the strains was determined using the Pearson correlation coefficient. Cluster analysis was performed using UPGMA clustering.

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