Volume 24, Number 1—January 2018
Rodent Abundance and Hantavirus Infection in Protected Area, East-Central Argentina
|Habitat||A. azarae trap success rate (no.)*||Males, %||Body length, mm||Hanatavirus antibody prevalence, %|
|Riparian forest||0.014 (23)||70||102||35|
|Celtis tala forest||0.004 (8)||63||99||25|
|Lowland grassland with Cyperaceae||0.006 (22)||59||103||35|
|Highland grassland with Ligustrum spp.||0.013 (44)||61||93||2|
|Highland grassland with livestock||0.018 (32)||54||99||28|
|Salty grassland||0.022 (75)||61||99||29|
*Values in parentheses are total number of A. azarae grass mice.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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