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Rabies in bats in Chile


, : Rabies in bats in Chile. Avances en Ciencias Veterinarias 1(2): 73-76

In 1985, of 85 insectivorous bats collected unable to fly, 12 (all Tadarida brasiliensis) were positive for rabies, as was one of 619 T. brasiliensis captured en masse.

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