In this analysis, the Nycteris bat CoV clustered as a phylogenetically basal sister clade with HKU4, HKU5, and EMC/2012 and the associated European Pipistrellus viruses (Figure 2, Appendix, panel A, wwwnc.
To confirm the RdRpbased classification, we amplified the complete glycoprotein-encoding Spike gene and sequenced it for the novel Nycteris bat virus.
African bat species sampled and the number of paramyxovirus sequences detected in sub-Saharan Africa, by country, 2007-2012 * Southern Africa South Africa Chaerephon ansorgei (2/0) Neoromicia nana (7/2) Chaerephon pumilus (8/0) Neoromicia rueppellii (1/0) Epomophorus gambianus (2/0) Neoromicia zuluensis (1/0) Epomophorus wahlbergi (15/0) Nycteris
thebaica (12/1) Eptesicus hottentotus (2/1) Nycticeinops schlieffeni (9/0) Glauconycteris variegata (5/0) Pipistrellus hesperidus (5/0) Hipposideros caffer (6/2) Pipistrellus rusticus (5/0) Kerivoula argentata (1/l) Pipistrellus sp.
The eastern red bat, for example, is often listed under two scientific names, Lasiurus borealis and Nycteris
Monographische ubersicht der Chiropterengattungen Nycteris
und Atalapha vor.
A photograph of Clementina in a dark riding habit and her sister Isabella in an off-the-shoulder white dress shows the two daughters as mirroring images of dark and light, Nycteris
and Photogen, masculine and feminine, the object of desire and her pursuer.
The amino acid sequences of viruses from Nycteris
bats in Ghana (3) and the 2c prototype bat CoVs, HKU4 and HKU5, from China (6) differed by 5.
The identified viruses from 2 patients (previously referred to as England/ Qatar/2012 and EMC/2012) are genetically related and belong to group C betacoronavirus, which is most related to CoVs from Nycteris
bats in Ghana and Pipistrellus bats in Europe (2,3).
626'W), and the identification as Nycteris
hispida has been verified with the voucher specimen (RCJF529).
With the exception of a Nycteris
hispida bat, which was caught near a house in Durba, all specimens were collected within Goroumbwa Mine or its immediate surroundings.
5) Mops midas 0/15 Myotis bocagei 0/1 Nycteris
argae 0/1 N.
In 1981, the virus was isolated from what is believed to have been a Miniopterus schreibersi insectivorous bat caught in daylight by a cat in Makhado town (formerly Louis Trichardt) in Limpopo Province, South Africa, and in 1986 the virus was recovered from an insectivorous bat, Nycteris
the baica, trapped in a survey in Zimbabwe (7,8).