The Moraxellaceae are a family of Gammaproteobacteria, including a few pathogenic species. Other are harmless parasites of mammals and humans or occur in water or soil. The species are mesophilic or psychrotrophic (Psychrobacter).
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- Pink-eye in Beef Cattle - Department of Primary Industries
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