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Table 4 “Candidatus Rickettsia” spp. outside Europe

From: Neglected aspects of tick-borne rickettsioses

Ca. Rickettsia” spp. Associated arthropod or source Country of the first identification Reference of the first identification Associated human disease Reference of associated disease
Ca. R. andeanae” Amblyomma maculatum, Ixodes boliviensis Perú [139]
Ca. R. kellyi” Unknown arthropod (detected in a human skin biopsy from a maculopapular lesion) India [140] Unnamed [140]
“Ca. R. principis” Haemaphysalis japonica Russia [141]
Ca. R. tasmanensis” Ixodes tasmani Australia [142]
Ca. Rickettsia” sp. strain Argentina Amblyomma parvum, Amblyomma pseudoconcolor Argentina [143]
Ca. R. cooleyi” Ixodes scapularis USA [144]
Ca. R. hebeiii” Haemaphysalis longicornis China [145]
Ca. R. liberiensis” Ixodes muniensis Liberia [146]
Ca. R. kulagini” Rhipicephalus annulatus Kenya [147]
Ca. R. angustus” Ixodes angustus Canada [148]
Ca. R. kingi” Ixodes kingi Canada [149]
Ca. R. senegalensis” Ctenocephalides felis (cat flea) Senegal [150]
Ca. R. davousti” Amblyomma sp. (attached to a human) Gabon [70]
Ca. R. sepangensis” Amblyomma varanense Malaysia [151]
Ca. R. johorensis” Amblyomma helvolumAmblyomma varanense Malaysia [151]
Ca. R. goldwasserii” Haemaphysalis spp., Rhipicephalus spp. Palestine [152]
Ca. R. gannanii” Haemaphysalis qinghaiensis China [153]
Ca. R. indica” Human blood Imported from India to Japan (traveler) [154] Unnamed [154]
Ca. R. moyalensis” Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Kenya [155]
Ca. R. wissemanii” Ornithodoros hasei (soft tick) French Guiana [100]