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Table 2 Abundance of novel Chlamydiales genotypes in tick species and tick hosts

From: Novel Chlamydiales genotypes identified in ticks from Australian wildlife

Genotype Tick species (No.) Tick host (No.) BLAST ID (% similarity)
1 I. tasmani (23); I. holocyclus (2); I. ornithorhynchi (1) Koala (24); Brushtail possum (1); Platypus (1) Ca. Rhabdochlamydiaceae porcellionis” AY223862.1 (96%)
2 I. tasmani (7); I. holocyclus (3); I. ornithorhynchi (1); H. bancrofti (5); H. longicornis (1) Koala (6); Red necked wallaby (1); Brushtail possum (2); Platypus (1); Eastern grey kangaroo (5); Bare nosed wombat (1); Ringtailed possum (1) Ca. Fritschea eriococci” AY140911.1 (99%)
3 I. tasmani (4); I. holocyclus (1) Koala (5) Ca. Rhabdochlamydiaceae porcellionis” AY223862.1 (98%)
4 I. tasmani (1); H. humerosa (1) Long nose bandicoot (2) Ca. Fritschea eriococci” AY140911.1 (99%)
5 I. holocyclus (2) Spotted tail quoll (1); Brushtail possum (1) Ca. Fritschea eriococci” AY140911.1 (99%)
6 I. tasmani (1) Koala (1) Ca. Rhabdochlamydiaceae” bacterium FJ976099.1 (92%)