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Candidate new rotavirus species in Schreiber's bats, Serbia
The former Iron Curtain still drives biodiversity–profit trade-offs in German agriculture
European Union policy should acknowledge the surprisingly high biodiversity benefits of small-scale agriculture, which are on a par with conversion to organic agriculture.
Molecular survey of RNA viruses in Hungarian bats: discovering novel astroviruses, coronaviruses, and caliciviruses.
New bat species harboring BtAstV in Europe and found new species of CalVs are described and one of the most intriguing findings of this investigation is the discovery of novel BtCalVs in Europe.
Novel European lineages of bat astroviruses identified in Hungary.
KEYWORDS bat, astroviruses, coronaviruses, snRT-PCR, Hungary.
Re-emergence of Lloviu virus in Miniopterus schreibersii bats, Hungary, 2016
Members of the virus family Filoviridae, such as ebola viruses and marburgviruses, cause hemorrhagic fevers associated with high mortality and are, therefore, of major public health importance worl...
Parallel Survey of Two Widespread Renal Syndrome-Causing Zoonoses: Leptospira spp. and Hantavirus in Urban Environment, Hungary.
Rodents are important reservoir hosts for several zoonotic pathogens that cause significant morbidity and mortality in humans. Among others, leptospirosis is one of the most widespread zoonotic
Non‐linearities in bird responses across urbanization gradients: A meta‐analysis
The importance of suburban areas for bird species richness and abundance is shown, where the majority of birds occur with fairly high species richness, and that the highest abundances occur in suburban areas compared to urban or rural areas.
Ecosystem services and disservices provided by small rodents in arable fields: Effects of local and landscape management
Results suggest that densities of voles and their ecosystem disservices could be reduced by having fields with low crop density and high wheat height, practices associated with organic farming, and surrounding landscapes with low compositional and configurational heterogeneity could further reduce voles’ pest potential.