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SUMMARY

Forty-six of the 48 strains named in our collection have in common a distinctive pattern of properties and are believed to represent a recognizable taxonomic group, or aggregate, of this polytypic species. Seventy-seven additional strains bearing 51 different species names were found to possess the same pattern of characteristics. The distinguishing properties of this aggregate are described and compared with those of . , . and . .

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