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Abstract

We describe the morphological, genetic, and biochemical features of , a new species which accommodates isolates from monkey dental plaque. . can be distinguished from currently recognized species by its ability to produce indole, hydrolyze hippurate, grow in 2% oxgall, and ferment fructose and glucose but not 27 other carbohydrates. The type strain of this new species is 7511 R2-13 (= ATCC 33568).

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