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Table 1

Prevalence (%) of Bartonella spp., Polychromophilus spp. and Trypanosoma spp. in bats and their bat flies.

Microorganisms Bat host tested/infected Prevalence (%) Bat fly tested/infected Prevalence (%)
South Africa (MNAT) (NSCO)
Bartonella 22/11 50.0 30/17 56.7
Polychromophilus 22/9 40.9 30/6 20.0
Trypanosoma 22/2 9.1 30/0 0.0
Hungary (MSCH) (NSCH)
Bartonella 9/3 33.3 17/9 52.9
Polychromophilus 9/6 66.7 17/6 35.3
Trypanosoma 9/3 33.3 17/6 35.3
Italy (MSCH) (NSCH)
Bartonella 16/4 25.0 43/5 11.6
Polychromophilus 16/14 87.5 43/10 23.3
Trypanosoma 16/7 43.8 43/5 11.6
Spain (MSCH) (NSCH)
Bartonella 10/0 0 11/2 18.2
Polychromophilus 10/6 60.0 11/2 18.2
Trypanosoma 10/3 30.0 11/9 81.8
Total (Bats) Total (Bat flies)
Bartonella 57/18 31.6 101/33 32.7
Polychromophilus 57/35 61.4 101/31 30.7
Trypanosoma 57/15 26.3 101/13 12.9

Abbreviations: MNAT – Miniopterus natalensis; NSCO – Nycteribia schmidlii scotti; MSCH – Miniopterus schreibersii; NSCH – Nycteribia schmidlii.

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