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Abstract

SUMMARY

gen. nov. () is proposed as the name of a monotypic genus with the species comb. nov. (basionym Onisi 1949), synonyms (Onisi) Roth 1957; Davis and Freer 1960, No strain of Onisi’s original isolates is extant. ATCC 17931 is described and proposed as the neotype strain of (Onisi) Georg and Brown 1967.

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