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Abstract

A new genus of anaerobic cocci, , and 12 new species of anaerobes, , and , are described. Emended descriptions and proposed neotype strains for (Prèvot) comb. nov., (Prèvot) comb. nov., Prèvot, and (Eggerth) Prèvot are presented.

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