Hipposideridae


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Related to Hipposideridae: Molossidae, Rhinolophidae
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These bat species are known to carry coronaviruses (particularly Hipposideridae bats) (11); hantaviruses (particularly Nycteridae bats) (12); paramyxoviruses, including henipavirus (13); and filoviruses (14).
Hipposideridae [Asellia tridens (Geoffroy, 1813), Triaenops persicus (Dobson, 1871)]
Bats of the genus Hipposideros, family Hipposideridae, are among the most speciose insectivorous bats; [approximately equal to] 70 species are distributed across Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The co-occurrence of basal and closely related viruses in Africa, as well as the existence of the same virus clade in bats other than those of the family Hipposideridae, may entail speculations about a possible origin of the SARS-like group of CoVs in Africa rather than in Asia.
Bats positive for Australian bat lyssavirus infection Species IFA positive (a) Megachiroptera Pteropodidae Pteropus alecto 6/50 Pteropus scapulatus 0/18 Pteropus poliocephalus 1/8 Pteropus conspicillatus 0/4 Unidentified Pteropus l/5 Subtotal 8/85 Microchiroptera Hipposideridae Hipposiderosater 0/1 Molossidae Mormopterus beccarii 0/2 Mormopterus loriae 0/2 Unidentified Mormopterus 0/2 Rhinolophidae Rhinolophus philippinensis 0/1 Vespertilionidae Chalinolobus gouldii 0/1 Miniopterus australis 0/3 Miniopterus schreibersii 0/1 Miniopterus scotorepens 0/1 Scotorepens orion 0/1 Unidentified Scotorepens 0/1 Unidentified Vespertilionidae 0/14 Unidentified Microchiroptera 0/4 Subtotal 0/34 Total 8/119 (a) IFA, immunofluorescence assay; number positive/number tested.