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Abstract

The type or neotype strains of 41 species of phototrophic bacteria are given. Thirteen types, of which four are designated as types by the authors, are cited. Twenty-eight neotype strains, twenty-four of which are designated as neotypes, are also given. Fifteen of the newly designated neotype strains are described and references are given to previously published descriptions of the other nine neotypes.

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