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Table 3 Details of HeV-g2 positive flying foxes including year and month of collection, species, location, results and cause of death

From: A new Hendra virus genotype found in Australian flying foxes

Year-Sample ID; month Species Location Result spleen Result kidney Results confirmed by sequencing? Cause of death
2013–01
Jan
GHFF Adelaide, South Australia Positive Positive Yes Suspect heat stress event
2015–01
Dec
LRFF Broome, Western Australia Positive Negative No Dog attack
2019–01
Feb
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Positive Negative Yes Caught in fruit netting
2019–02
Mar
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Positive Negative Yes Caught in fruit Netting
2020–01
Jan
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Positive Positive Yes no history supplied
2020–02
Jan
GHFF Melbourne,Victoria Positive Positive Yes Unspecified trauma
2020–03
Jan
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Negative Positive Yes Suspect dog attack
2021–01
Feb
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Positive Negative No Fractured wing
2021–02
Feb
GHFF Adelaide, South Australia Positive Negative Yes Dog attack
2021–03
Mar
GHFF Adelaide, South Australia Positive Negative No Dog attack
2021–04
Mar
GHFF Melbourne, Victoria Negative Positive Yes ABLV*
  1. GHFF grey-headed flying fox, LRFF little red flying fox
  2. *This bat presented with clinical signs consistent with ABLV infection and tested positive to ABLV byqRT-PCR and FAT