POTENSI KELELAWAR PEMAKAN BUAH (CHIROPTERA: PTERIPODIDAE) SEBAGAI RESERVOIR LEPTOSPIRA DI PROVINSI JAWA TENGAH

Aryo Ardanto, Muhidin Muhidin, Ayu Pradipta Pratiwi, Dimas Bagus Wicaksono Putro, Esti Rahardianingtyas, Jarohman Raharjo

Abstract


Beside as seed dispersal and high valued plant pollinator, frugivorous bat (Pteropodidae) also has a role as reservoir of Leptospira. This study was aimed to identify the the prevalence of Leptospira among Pteropodidae in three regencies of Central Java Province namely Purworejo, Pati and Pekalongan, and their potential as reservoir of Leptospira. This study used four mist nets and a harp trap to collect bat at each site of each regency which has six sites. The caught bats were identified morphologically and followed by serological examination by Microscopic Aglutinasion Test (MAT) with 15 serovars. A total of 278 Pteropodidae was examined by MAT consisting of five genera with eight species. The result of MAT for Leptospira showed that there are no examined bats were positif with 15 serovars. The negative result didn’t indicate Pteropodidae not as potential reservoir of Leptospira at surveyed areas in Central Java because this study wasn’t supported by molecular examination.

 


Keywords


Pteripodidae, Leptospira, MAT, reservoir

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