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SUMMARY: The morphology is described of two species of filamentous oral bacteria, both of which have in the past been accorded the same name, . Although these have certain characters in common, it is concluded that they are entirely distinct. Both show signs of a residual life-cycle, suggesting a remote relationship with more complex saprophytes.

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