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Volume 17, Number 2—February 2011

Letter

Orbiviruses in Rusa Deer, Mauritius, 2007

Ferran JoriComments to Author , Matthieu Roger, Thierry Baldet, Jean-Claude Delécolle, Jacqueline Sauzier, Mahmad Reshad Jaumally, and François Roger
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: French Agricultural Research Center for International Development (CIRAD), Montpellier, France (F. Jori, F. Roger); University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa (F. Jori); CIRAD, Sainte-Clotilde, La Réunion Island, France (M. Roger); CIRAD, Cotonou, Bénin (T. Baldet); Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France (J.C. Delécolle); Mauritius Deer Farming Coopérative Society Ltd, Curepipe, Mauritius (J. Sauzier); Ministry of Agro Industry and Fisheries, Réduit, Mauritius (M.R. Jaumally)

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Location of farms where Rusa deer were sampled (open circles), herds with orbivirus-seropositive deer (closed circles), biting midge collection sites (triangles), and main cities (crosses) in Mauritius. Most (99%) Culicoides spp. midges were trapped at sites 1 and 3. Inset show location of Mauritius (in square) in relation to Africa and Madagascar.

Figure. Location of farms where Rusa deer were sampled (open circles), herds with orbivirus-seropositive deer (closed circles), biting midge collection sites (triangles), and main cities (crosses) in Mauritius. Most (99%) Culicoides spp. midges were trapped at sites 1 and 3. Inset show location of Mauritius (in square) in relation to Africa and Madagascar.

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