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Supplementary text I. Extraction of high-molecular-weight DNA.

Supplementary text II. Environmental sources of OP3-related 16S rRNA gene sequences.

Supplementary text III. Characterization of the genomic fragment BRC1/1.

Fig. S1. 16S rRNA gene tree showing the phylogenetic position of 23 PLA40f-positive genomic fragments in relation to representative members of the PVC superphylum and candidate division BRC1.

Fig. S2. 16S rRNA gene tree showing the intraphylum diversity of candidate division OP3 in relation to the habitat sources from which the environmental sequences were obtained.

Fig. S3. 16S rRNA gene tree showing the intraphylum diversity of candidate division BRC1 in relation to the habitat sources from which the environmental sequences were obtained.

Fig. S4. Maximum likelihood tree constructed for the deduced amino acid sequences of hdlD genes, which encode ADP-L-glycero-D-manno-heptose-6-epimerase.

Table S1. Target region of primer PLA40f among the 16S rRNA gene sequences from members of the PVC superphylum and other taxa.

Table S2. List of fully sequenced genomes and metagenomic fragments of members of the PVC superphylum.

Table S3. Results of Phylometer and TaxSOM.

Table S4. Correlation values of tri- and tetranucleotide frequencies between the genomic fragments OP3/1, OP3/2, OP3/3 and b1dcf5.1.a06.

Table S5. Evolutionary and functional annotation of predicted ORFs from the genomic fragments OP3/1, OP3/2, OP3/3 and BRC1/1.

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