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Abstract

SUMMARY: A new variety of —variety 9—containing two mating types XVII and XVIII, has been identified from seven samples of water collected in Scotland. Variety 9 belongs to the group A varieties in the Sonneborn system of classification, but shows no interparietal mating reactions.

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