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Summary: The National Collection of Type Cultures, in its list of species maintained, uses unorthodox classifications of the genera and . For convenience in cataloguing is divided into groups representing coliforms, plant pathogens, non-fermenting species and paracolons; to these is added a miscellaneous group of organisms of uncertain taxonomic position. These subdivisions are not intended to constitute a valid classification.

Coagulase-positive staphylococci, irrespective of pigment, form the species ; coagulase-negative strains are subdivided according to the pigment produced.

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