Kaeng Khoi virus from naturally infected bedbugs (cimicidae) and immature free-tailed bats.

@article{Williams1976KaengKV,
  title={Kaeng Khoi virus from naturally infected bedbugs (cimicidae) and immature free-tailed bats.},
  author={James E. Williams and S Imlarp and Franklin H. Top and D. C. Cavanaugh and Ph. K. Russell},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1976},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={365-9}
}
Kaeng Khoi virus was recovered from bedbugs (Stricticimex parvus and Cimex insuetus) and from suckling wrinkle-lipped bats (Tadarida plicata) collected in central Thailand. The data implicate bedbugs as possible vectors of this virus. 

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