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Abstract

(order ) is proposed as the name of a new family to include three genera of presently known, anaerobic, gram-negative, coccal bacteria. It is herein proposed that Prévot 1933 and Rogosa 1969 be transferred from and be included together with Rogosa 1971 in fam. nov. The type genus is Prévot.

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