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SOME NOTES ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY OF IRIDOVIRUS (IRIDOVIRUS, IRIDOVIRIDAE) IN TERRESTRIAL ISOPODS (ISOPODA, ONISCIDAE)

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During an inventory of terrestrial isopods in the Ooypolder, east of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, terrestrial isopods infected with Isopod Iridescent Virus (IIV) or Iridovirus were collected. Trichoniscus pusillus was the most important host for Iridovirus; infected individuals and the focus of infection were found mainly between December and March. The symptoms and course of the disease, the route of infection, and the distribution of the virus are discussed. A number of isopod species, Hyloniscus riparius, Trichoniscoides helveticus, T. albidus, Androniscus dentiger, Haplophthalmus mengii, H. danicus, Oniscus asellus, and Porcellio spinicornis are added to the list of species known to be infected with Iridovirus.

Au cours d'un inventaire des isopodes terrestres d'un polder (Ooypolder), a l'est de Nimegue, Pays-Bas, des isopodes terrestres infectes par l'iridovirus (Isopod Iridescent Virus (IIV)) ont ete recoltes. Trichoniscus pusillus etait l'hote le plus important pour l'iridovirus; des individus infectes et le foyer de l'infection ont ete trouves principalement entre decembre et mars. Les symptomes et le deroulement de la maladie, le chemin de l'infection et la repartition du virus sont discutes. Un certain nombre d'especes d'isopodes, Hyloniscus riparius, Trichoniscoides helveticus, T. albidus, Androniscus dentiger, Haplophthalmus mengii, H. danicus, Oniscus asellus et Porcellio spinicornis sont ajoutees a la liste des especes connues comme etant infectees par l'iridovirus.

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1999-03-01
2016-08-31

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