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Abstract

SUMMARY: A new species of was isolated from sphagnum litter overlying a peat bog. It was non-fermenting and assimilated glucose, sucrose, maltose, lactose, galactose and potassium nitrate. The proposed name is . A new species, which it is proposed to name , was isolated from the leaves of pasture grasses. Cultures on solid media were reddish pink and fluid in consistency. Glucose, sucrose, galactose and potassium nitrate were assimilated.

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1958-02-01
2020-01-20
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