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SUMMARY: Two new anaerobic species of from the bovine rumen are described. They belong to the subgenus and contain diamino-pimelic acid in the wall peptidoglycan. The species differ from each other in being motile and non-motile, in the type of lactic acid produced and in % base composition of their DNA. They have been named and

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