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Table 1 Prevalence of Bartonella spp. in three species of wild-caught Microtus voles. Numbers of pregnant females are shown in parentheses; % of pregnant infected females are shown in square brackets

From: Bartonella infections in three species of Microtus: prevalence and genetic diversity, vertical transmission and the effect of concurrent Babesia microti infection on its success

Year Infection status M. arvalis M. agrestis M. oeconomus Microtus spp.
All All All Total
2013 NI 8 8 (5) 16 4 2 (2) 6 4 1 (1) 5 16 11 (8) 27
I 12 27 (16) 39 5 3 (1) 8 8 6 (4) 14 25 36 (21) 61
% infected 60.0 77.1 [76.2] 70.9 55.6 60.0 [33.3] 57.1 66.7 85.7 [80.0] 73.7 61.0 76.6 [72.4] 69.3
2014 NI 12 6 (0) 18 1 0 (0) 1 12 14 (0) 26 25 20 (0) 45
I 21 30 (10) 51 0 2 (0) 2 13 18 (5) 31 34 50 (15) 84
% infected 63.6 83.3 [100.0] 73.9 0.0 100.0 [–] 66.7 52.0 56.3 [100.0] 54.4 57.6 71.4 [100.0] 65.1
Total NI 20 14 (5) 34 5 2 (2) 7 16 15 (1) 31 41 31 (8) 72
I 33 57 (26) 90 5 5 (1) 10 21 24 (9) 45 59 86 (36) 145
% infected 62.3 80.3 [83.9] 72.6 50.0 71.4 [33.3] 58.8 56.8 61.5 [90.0] 59.2 59.0 73.5 [81.8] 66.8
  1. Abbreviations: NI, number of uninfected voles; I, number of infected voles