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Abstract

A new species, is described on the basis of a study of 50 strains isolated from the anterior nares of pigeons, dogs, mink, and horses. Strain H 11/68 (= CCM 5739 = NCTC 11048 = CNCTC M16/75) is the type strain of S. A simple scheme for the differentiation of from is presented.

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