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Other important mosquito borne arboviruses with a more restricted distribution were noted by Service (2008). Included here are Ross River Virus (Alphavirus) in Australasia, Sindbis (Alphavirus) in Africa, Australia, Asia and Europe, Murray Valley Encephalatis (Alphavirus) in New Guinea and Australia, and Rift Valley Fever (Bunyavirus) in Yemen, Arabia and Africa.
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