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In the sandy habitat, Indian desert jird was found to be the most common rodent while hairy-footed gerbil populations were found to be the next in the order of abundance in this habitat.
The genotypes in group F were isolated from 6 animal species: large Egyptian gerbils, fat-tailed gerbils, fat sand rats (Psammomys obesus), lesser Egyptian jerboas, greater Egyptian jerboas, and bushy-tailed jirds; those in genogroup G were isolated from a bushy-tailed jird and a large Egyptian gerbil (Figure).
Jirds (Meriones libycus), jird carcasses, rodent burrows, and rodent excreta were found at the camel corral.