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By Wolfgang Ludwig, Jean Euzéby (auth.), Noel R. Krieg, James T. Staley, Daniel R. Brown, Brian P. Hedlund, Bruce J. Paster, Naomi L. Ward, Wolfgang Ludwig, William B. Whitman (eds.)

Includes a revised taxonomic define for the phyla Bacteroidetes, Planctomycetes, Chlamydiae, Spirochetes, Fibrobacteres, Fusobacteria, Acidobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Dictyoglomi, and Gemmatimonadetes established upon the SILVA undertaking in addition to an outline of greater than 153 genera in 29 households. contains many medically very important taxa.

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The “hominis group” includes eight clusters of Mycoplasma ­species. (1) The “bovis” cluster comprises Mycoplasma adleri, agalactiae, bovigenitalium, bovis, californicum, caviae, columbinasale, columbinum, felifaucium, fermentans, gallinarum, iners, leopharyngis, lipofaciens, maculosum, meleagridis, opalescens, phocirhinis, primatum, simbae, and spermatophilum. (2) The “equigenitalium” cluster comprises ­Mycoplasma elephantis and equigenitalium. (3) The “hominis” cluster comprises Mycoplasma alkalescens, anseris, arginini, arthritidis, auris, buccale, canadense, cloacale, equirhinis, falconis, faucium, gateae, gypis, hominis, hyosynoviae, indiense, orale, phocicerebrale, phocidae, salivarium, spumans, and subdolum.

2005). Phylum “Planctomycetes” This phylum comprises a single class, “Planctomycetia”, and two orders, Planctomycetales and “Brocadiales” (Figure 13). The order Planctomycetales comprises the family Planctomycetaceae, containing eight diverse genera. The type genus is Planctomyces. However, a strain and 16S rRNA gene sequence are not available for the type species, Planctomyces bekefii, or for two other validly published species in this genus, Planctomyces guttaeformis and stranskae. Therefore, the taxonomy of this group is based upon the properties of the species that are available: Planctomyces brasiliensis, limnophilus, and maris.

The genus Leptospira comprises three phylogenetic groups: (1) Leptospira interrogans (type species), alexanderi, borgpetersenii, kirschneri, noguchii, santarosai, and weilii; (2) Leptospira broomii, fainei, inadai, licerasiae, and wolffii; and (3) Leptospira biflexa, meyeri, and wolbachii. Spirochaetales family incertae sedis This family includes four genera of symbionts of arthropod invertebrates. , 1988), their 16S rRNA genes have not been sequenced, and their phylogenetic placements are unknown.

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