Sympatry of 2 Hantavirus Strains, Paraguay, 2003–2007
Yong-Kyu Chu, Douglas Goodin, Robert D. Owen1, David Koch, and Colleen B. Jonsson
Author affiliations: Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Alabama, USA (Y.-K. Chu, C.B. Jonsson); Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA (D. Goodin, D. Koch); Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, USA (R.D. Owen); University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA (C.B. Jonsson)
Figure 1. Satellite image of collection sites of hantavirus RNA–positive rodents, including selected Juquitiba virus (circles) and Jaborá virus (triangles) samples, Paraguay, 2003–2007. Inset shows location of showing the study site in Paraguay. OLFO, Oligoryzomys fornesi; OLNI, O. nigripes; OLSP, Oligoryzomys sp.; AKMO, Akodon montensis.
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