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A total of 29 strains mainly from guinea pigs were investigated by a polyphasic approach that included previously published data. The strains were classified as Bisgaard taxa 5 and 7 by comparison of phenotypic characteristics and the strains showed typical cultural characteristics for members of family and the strains formed two monophyletic groups based on 16S rRNA gene sequence comparison. Partial sequence analysis as well as published data on DNA–DNA hybridization showed high genotypic relationships within both groups. A new genus with one species, gen. nov., sp. nov., is proposed to accommodate members of taxon 5 of Bisgaard, whereas members of taxon 7 are proposed as gen. nov., sp. nov. The two genera are clearly separated by phenotype from each other and from existing genera of the family . The type strain of is 7.3 (=CCUG 16493=DSM 105478) and the type strain of is 7.4 (=CCUG 24852=DSM 105479=HIM 794-7), both were isolated from the pharynx of guinea pigs.

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