Volume 24, Number 12—December 2018
Emergent Sand Fly–Borne Phleboviruses in the Balkan Region
|Virus||Taxonomy||Source||Virus isolation||Distribution||Probable vector species||Human/animal infections|
|Sand fly fever Naples virus*||Sandfly fever Naples virus species||Field-collected sand flies||Yes, sand fly pools||Serbia||P. perfiliewi||Yes|
|Corfu virus||Sandfly fever Sicilian virus species†||Field-collected sand flies||Yes, sand fly pools||Greece||P. neglectus||Probable|
|Adria virus||Salahabad virus species||Field-collected sand flies, patient blood||No, partial L segment sequence available||Albania, Greece||Phlebotomus spp.||Yes|
|Balkan virus||Sandfly fever Naples virus species||Field-collected sand flies||No, partial L and S segment sequences available||Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia||P. neglectus||Unknown|
|Bregalaka virus||Salahabad virus species||Field-collected sand flies||Yes, sandfly pools||Republic of Macedonia||P. perfiliewi||Unknown|
|Zaba virus||Salahabad virus species||Field-collected sand flies||Yes, sandfly pools||Croatia||P. neglectus||Unknown|
|Toscana virus||Sandfly fever Naples virus species||Field collected sand-flies, CSF||No, partial L and S segment sequences available||Croatia, Greece||P. neglectus||Yes|
*Yug Bogdanovac virus strain Yu 4/76.
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