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Abstract

A strain of hydrogen bacteria, phenotypically resembling , was extensively characterized. On the basis of a comparative study of the phenotypic properties of both organisms, and of DNA-DNA reannealing experiments with and other species of the genus, it is concluded that the new strain is probably a member of a new species related to It is suggested that formal proposal of the new species be postponed until a larger collection of organisms of this group becomes available.

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