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Summary: A numerical taxonomic study of strains of , and , with some allied bacteria, showed 23 reasonably distinct groups. These fell into three major areas. Area contained species of and : . , . , . , . biovar . . biovar T, . , . , ‘. ’. ‘. . and . . Also included in A was a composite group of and , together with unnamed groups referred to as ‘BLG’ ‘Mair’ ‘Ross’ and ‘aer-2’. Area B contained species of : . , . . . and a group ‘ent–b’ similar to . Area C contained non–fermenting strains: , and a miscellaneous group ‘past’. There were also a small number of unnamed single strains.

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