Aquificae
The Aquificae phylum is a diverse collection of bacteria that live in harsh environmental settings. They have been found in hot springs, sulfur pools, and thermal ocean vents. Members of the genus Aqu...
Thermocrinis ruber
Thermocrinis ruber is a species of bacteria. It is a pink-filament-forming hyperthermophilic bacterium first isolated from Yellowstone National Park. Its cells are gram-negative and grow at temperatur...
Aquificaceae
The Aquificaceae family are bacteria that live in harsh environmental settings such as hot springs, sulfur pools, and hydrothermal vents. Although they are true bacteria as opposed to the other inhabi...
Venenivibrio stagnispumantis
Venenivibrio stagnispumantis strain CP.B2 is the first microorganisms isolated from the terrestrial hot spring Champagne Pool (75 °C, pH 5.5) in Waiotapu, New Zealand.
The cells are motile an...
Hydrogenobacter thermophilus
Hydrogenobacter thermophilus (strain TK-6) is an obligately chemolithoautotrophic, extremely (and strictly) thermophilic hydrogen-oxidizing bacterium whose optimal growth temperature is around 70 to 7...
Aquifex aeolicus
Aquifex aeolicus is a rod-shaped bacterium with a length of 2 to 6 micrometers and a diameter of around half a micrometer. It is one of a handful of species in the Aquificae phylum, an unusual group o...
Aquifex
Aquifex is a genus of bacteria, one of the few in the phylum Aquificae. The two species generally classified in Aquifex are A. pyrophilus and A. aeolicus. Both are highly thermophilic, growing best i...
Aquifex pyrophilus
Aquifex pyrophilus is a rod-shaped bacterium with a length of 2 to 6 micrometers and a diameter of around half a micrometer. It is one of a handful of species in the Aquificae phylum, an unusual group...
Thermocrinis albus
Thermocrinis albus is a bacteria. Its type strain is HI 11/12 (DSM 14484, JCM 11386).
Hydrogenothermaceae
The Hydrogenothermaceae family are bacteria that live in harsh environmental settings. They have been found in hot springs, sulfur pools, thermal ocean vents. They are true bacteria as opposed to the ...
Thermocrinis minervae
Thermocrinis minervae is a bacteria. Its cells are gram-negative and are approximately 2.4–3.9 micrometres long and 0.5–0.6 micrometres wide; they are motile rods with polar flagella. It grows in temp...