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SUMMARY Three filamentous micro-organisms are described. They are typical Actinomycetales forming branching hyphae, 1.5 μ or less in diameter, which are differentiated into a substrate (primary) mycelium and an aerial (secondary) mycelium. They have an unusual mode of sporulation since they form chains of conidia both on the substrate and on the aerial mycelium. A new genus, , is proposed. The type species is . The new genus is part of the family Actino-mycetaeeae. The abolition of the family Streptomycetaceae is proposed.

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