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Abstract

Evidence from numerical taxonomic analysis and DNA-DNA hybridization supports the proposal of new species in the genera and . The following new species are proposed: sp. nov., from the vaginas of postparturient sows; sp. nov., nom. rev., associated with epididymitis of sheep; sp. nov., associated with human Bartholin gland abscess and finger infections; sp. nov. (the BLG group), which causes bovine lymphangitis; sp. nov., which causes abortion in sows; and sp. nov., formerly biovar T of , which causes septicemia in older lambs.

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