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LachnobacteriumVP Genus XII. MoryellaVP Genus XIII. OribacteriumVP Genus XIV. ParasporobacteriumVP Genus XV. PseudobutyrivibrioVP Genus XVI. RoseburiaVP Genus XVII. ShuttleworthiaVP Genus XVIII. SporobacteriumVP Genus XIX. SyntrophococcusVP Family VI. PeptococcaceaeAL Genus I. PeptococcusAL (T) Genus II. CryptanaerobacterVP Genus III. DehalobacterVP Genus IV. DesulfitobacteriumVP Genus V. DesulfonisporaVP Genus VI. DesulfosporosinusVP Genus VII. DesulfotomaculumAL Genus VIII. PelotomaculumVP Genus IX.
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