Volume 16, Number 8—August 2010
Multiyear Surveillance for Avian Influenza Virus in Waterfowl from Wintering Grounds, Texas Coast, USA
|Species*||Subtype (no. isolated)
|Northern pintail (Anas acuta)||–||H10N3/7||H4N6||–||H10N3||–|
|Northern shoveler (A. clypeata)||–||H5N2, H6N2, H10N7||–||–||–||–|
|Teal, blue-winged (A. discors)||–||–||–||–||H10N3 (3)||–|
|Teal, green-winged (A. crecca)||H10N7, H11N3||–||–||H7N3||H7N3, H10N3 (2)||–|
*Species selected by significance as determined by prevalence, uniqueness to the area, or native, nonmigratory species.
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