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Summary: A scheme of classification for strains from diverse sources is proposed, based upon the results obtained with 473 strains, mainly of human oral origin, using a selected range of morphological and physiological taxonomic criteria. Two subgeneric groups, containing five stable and clearly demarcated specific types are recognized.

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