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Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (SOR/2001-286)

Regulations are current to 2020-06-17 and last amended on 2020-02-19. Previous Versions

APPENDIX 3Guide to Category A and Category B Assignment

For the “Category A” tables: * = requires an ERAP.

For the “Category B” tables: @ = infectious substance that affects animals only.

UN2814, Category A — Virus and Bacteria

Virus

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3
FamilyGenusSpecies
1 (1)ArenaviridaeArenavirus
  • (a) 
    Flexal virus
  • (b) 
    Guanarito virus*
  • (c) 
    Junin virus*
  • (d) 
    Lassa virus*
  • (e) 
    Machupo virus*
  • (f) 
    Sabia virus*
2 (2)Bunyaviridae
  • (1) 
    Hantavirus
  • (a) 
    Hantaviruses causing hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
  • (b) 
    Hantaviruses causing pulmonary syndrome
  • (2) 
    Nairovirus
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus*
  • (3) 
    Phlebovirus
Rift Valley Fever virus
3 (3)CoronaviridaeCoronavirusHuman Coronavirus — SARS, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
4 (4)FiloviridaeFilovirus
  • (a) 
    Ebola virus*
  • (b) 
    Marburg virus*
5 (5)FlaviviridaeFlavivirus
  • (a) 
    Dengue virus
  • (b) 
    Japanese encephalitis virus
  • (c) 
    Kyasanur Forest virus*
  • (d) 
    Omsk hemorrhagic fever virus*
  • (e) 
    Russian spring-summer encephalitis virus*
  • (f) 
    Tick-borne encephalitis virus
  • (g) 
    West Nile fever virus
  • (h) 
    Yellow fever virus (wild type)
6 (6)HepadnaviridaeOrthohepadna virusHepatitis B virus
7 (7)Herpesviridae (Alphaherpesvirinae)SimplexvirusHerpes B virus* (Cercopithecine Herpesvirus-1):
  • (a) 
    Herpesvirus simiae
  • (b) 
    Monkey B virus
8 (8)OrthomyxoviridaeInfluenzavirus A, B and CHighly pathogenic avian influenza virus
9 (9)ParamyxoviridaeHenipa virus (formerly: Morbillivirus)
  • (a) 
    Hendra virus*
  • (b) 
    Nipah virus* (Hendra-like virus)
10 (10)PicornaviridaeEnterovirusPolioviruses
11 (11)PoxviridaeOrthopoxvirus
  • (a) 
    Monkeypox virus
  • (b) 
    Variola* (smallpox virus)
12 (12)RetroviridaeLentivirusHuman Immunodeficiency virus
13 (13)RhabdoviridaeLyssavirusRabies virus
14 (14)TogaviridaeAlphavirus
  • (a) 
    Eastern equine encephalitis virus
  • (b) 
    Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus

Bacteria

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3
FamilyGenusSpecies
1 (1)Bacillusanthracis
2 (2)Brucella
3 (3)Burkholderia
  • (a) 
    mallei (formerly: pseudomonas mallei) (Glanders)
  • (b) 
    pseudomallei (formerly: pseudomonas pseudomallei)
4 (4)Chlamydiapsittaci (avian strains)
5 (5)Clostridiumbotulinum
6 (6)CocidioidesImmitis
7 (7)Coxiellaburnetti
8 (8)Escherichiacoli verotoxigenic — ETEC
9 (9)Francisellatularensis
10 (10)Mycobacteriumtuberculosis
11 (11)Rickettsia
  • (a) 
    prowazekii
  • (b) 
    rickettsii
12 (12)Shigelladysenteriae (Type 1)
13 (13)YersiniaPestis

UN2900, Category A — Virus and Bacteria

Virus

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3
FamilyGenusSpecies
1 (1)FlaviviridaePestivirusHog Cholera virus (Classical Swine Fever)
2 (2)ParamyxoviridaeMorbillivirus
  • (a) 
    Peste des petits ruminants virus
  • (b) 
    Rinderpest virus
3 (3)Paramyxoviridae (subfamily Paramyxovirinae)RubulavirusAvian paramyxovirus Type 1 Velogenic Newcastle virus
4 (4)Picornaviridae
  • (1) 
    Aphthovirus
Foot and mouth disease virus*
  • (2) 
    Enterovirus
Swine vesicular disease virus
5 (5)PoxviridaeCapripoxvirus
  • (a) 
    Goat pox virus
  • (b) 
    Lumpy skin disease virus
  • (c) 
    Sheep pox virus
6 (6)RhabdoviridaeVesiculovirusVesicular stomatitis virus
7 (7)UnclassifiedUnclassifiedAfrican Swine fever virus

Bacteria

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3
FamilyGenusSpecies
1 (1)Mycoplasmamycoïdes

UN3373, Category B — Virus, Bacteria and Fungi

Virus

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3
FamilyGenusSpecies
1 (1)Adenoviridae
  • (1) 
    Aviadenovirus
Animal, all isolates@
  • (2) 
    Mastadenovirus
  • (a) 
    Adenovirus (human, all types)
  • (b) 
    Animal, all isolates@
2 (2)ArenaviridaeArenavirus
  • (a) 
    Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus
  • (b) 
    Mopeia virus
  • (c) 
    Tacaribe viruses
  • (d) 
    Whitewater Arroyo virus
3 (3)ArteviridaeArterivirus
  • (a) 
    Equine arteritis virus@
  • (b) 
    Porcine reproductive/Respiratory syndrome virus@
  • (c) 
    Simian hemorrhagic fever virus
4 (4)AstroviridaeAstrovirusAll serotypes
5 (5)BirnaviridaeBirnavirus
  • (a) 
    Infectious bursal disease virus@
  • (b) 
    Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus@
6 (6)BornaviridaeBornavirusBorna disease virus (CNS-encephalo-myelitis)
7 (7)Bunyaviridae
  • (1) 
    Bunyavirus
  • (a) 
    Aino virus@
  • (b) 
    Akabane virus@
  • (c) 
    Bunyamwera virus
  • (d) 
    California encephalitis virus
  • (e) 
    Jamestown Canyon virus
  • (f) 
    La Crosse virus
  • (g) 
    Lumbo virus
  • (h) 
    Oropouche virus
  • (i) 
    Snowshoe hare virus
  • (j) 
    Tahyna virus
  • (2) 
    Hantavirus
  • (a) 
    Hantaviruses not causing pulmonary syndrome
  • (b) 
    Hantaviruses not causing hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
  • (3) 
    Nairovirus
  • (a) 
    Hazara virus
  • (b) 
    Nairobi sheep disease virus@
  • (4) 
    Phlebovirus
  • (a) 
    All species except Rift Valley fever virus
  • (b) 
    Toscana virus
8 (8)CaliciviridaeCalicivirus
  • (a) 
    European brown hare virus@
  • (b) 
    Feline calicivirus@
  • (c) 
    Hepatitis E virus
  • (d) 
    Norwalk virus
  • (e) 
    Rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus@
  • (f) 
    San Miguel sea lion virus@
  • (g) 
    Vesicular exanthema of swine virus
9 (9)CircoviridaeCircovirus
  • (a) 
    Avian circovirus@
  • (b) 
    Porcine circovirus@
10 (10)Coronaviridae
  • (1) 
    Coronavirus
  • (a) 
    Avian infectious bronchitis virus@
  • (b) 
    Bovine coronavirus, all strains
  • (c) 
    Canine, Rat and Rabbit coronavirus@
  • (d) 
    Feline enteric coronavirus@
  • (e) 
    Feline infectious peritonitis virus@
  • (f) 
    Hemagglutinating encephalo-myelitis virus of swine@
  • (g) 
    Human coronavirus, all strains excluding SARS
  • (h) 
    Mouse hepatitis virus@
  • (i) 
    Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus@
  • (j) 
    Porcine respiratory coronavirus@
  • (k) 
    Transmissible gastroenteritis virus of swine@
  • (l) 
    Turkeys enteritis coronavirus@
  • (a) 
    Berne virus@
  • (b) 
    Breda virus@
11 (11)Flaviviridae
  • (1) 
    Flavivirus
  • (a) 
    Kunjin virus
  • (b) 
    Louping ill virus
  • (c) 
    Murray Valley encephalitis virus (Australia encephalitis)
  • (d) 
    Powassan virus
  • (e) 
    Rocio virus
  • (f) 
    St. Louis encephalitis virus
  • (g) 
    Turkey meningoencephalitis virus
  • (h) 
    Wesselsbron virus
  • (i) 
    Yellow fever virus (vaccine strain 17D)
  • (2) 
    Hepacivirus
Hepatitis C virus
  • (3) 
    Pestivirus
  • (a) 
    Border disease virus@
  • (b) 
    Bovine viral diarrhea virus@
12 (12)Hepadnaviridae
  • (1) 
    Delta virus
Hepatitis D (Delta) virus
  • (2) 
    Avihepadna-virus
Duck hepatitis B virus@
  • (3) 
    Orthohepadna-virus
  • (a) 
    Ground squirrel hepatitis B virus
  • (b) 
    Woodchuck hepatitis virus@
13 (13)Herpesviridae (Alphaherpes- virinae)
  • (1) 
    Simplexvirus
  • (a) 
    Human herpes virus 1
  • (b) 
    Human herpes virus 2
  • (c) 
    Mammillitis virus (bovine herpes-virus 2)@
  • (2) 
    Varicellovirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates, excluding pseudorabies virus
  • (b) 
    Bovine infectious rhinotracheitis (herpesvirus 1)
  • (c) 
    Equine abortion virus (equine herpesvirus 1)@
  • (d) 
    Equine coital exanthema virus (equine herpesvirus 3)@
  • (e) 
    Equine rhinopneumonitis (equine herpesvirus 4)@
  • (f) 
    Feline rhinotracheitis (feline herpesvirus 1)@
  • (g) 
    Human herpes virus 3 (Varicella-zoster virus)
  • (h) 
    Pseudorabies virus (suis herpes virus 1)
  • (3) 
    Unclassified
  • (a) 
    Canine herpesvirus 1@
  • (b) 
    Caprine herpesvirus 1@
  • (c) 
    Cervid herpesvirus 1 and 2@
14 (14)Herpesviridae (Betaherpes- virinae)
  • (1) 
    Cytomegalovirus
  • (a) 
    Human cytomegalovirus (CMV)
  • (b) 
    Porcine cytomegalovirus (suid herpesvirus 2)@
  • (2) 
    Muromegalovirus
Caviid herpesvirus (guinea-pig cytomegalovirus)@
  • (3) 
    Roseolovirus
Equine cytomegalovirus (equine herpesvirus 2)@
15 (15)Herpesviridae (Gammaherpes virinae)
  • (1) 
    Lymphocryptovirus
  • (a) 
    Epstein-Barr-like virus (EBV) (Monkey virus)
  • (b) 
    Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) (Human herpes-virus 4)
  • (c) 
    Human B lymphotropic virus
  • (2) 
    Rhadinovirus
  • (a) 
    Herpesvirus ateles
  • (b) 
    Herpesvirus saimiri
  • (c) 
    Malignant catarrhal fever virus (Alcelaphine herpesvirus)@
16 (16)Orthomyxovi- ridaeInfluenzavirus A, B and CInfluenza A, B, C and all isolates except influenza A — avian H5 and H7, Human H2 and 1918 H1N1 Spanish flu strain
17 (17)ParamyxoviridaePneumovirusTurkey rhinotracheitis virus@
18 (18)Paramyxoviridae (subfamily Paramyxoviri- nae)
  • (1) 
    Morbillivirus
  • (a) 
    Canine distemper virus@
  • (b) 
    Measles virus
  • (c) 
    Phocine distemper virus@
  • (2) 
    Paramyxovirus
Parainfluenza types 1-4
  • (3) 
    Respirovirus
  • (a) 
    Bovine Parainfluenza virus Type 3@
  • (b) 
    Sendai virus (mouse parainfluenza virus)@
  • (4) 
    Rubulavirus
  • (a) 
    Avian paramyxovirus Types 2 to 9@
  • (b) 
    Mumps virus
19 (19)Paramyxoviridae (subfamily Pneumovirinae)Pneumovirus
  • (a) 
    Bovine respiratory syncytial virus@
  • (b) 
    Human respiratory syncytial virus
  • (c) 
    Pneumonia virus of mice@
20 (20)ParvoviridaeParvovirusAll isolates
21 (21)Picornaviridae
  • (1) 
    Cardiovirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates (human)
  • (b) 
    Swine encephalomyocarditis virus@
  • (c) 
    Theiler’s murine poliovirus
  • (2) 
    Enterovirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates, excluding Swine vesicular disease virus and Polioviruses
  • (b) 
    Coxsackieviruses
  • (3) 
    Hepatovirus
All isolates (including Hepatitis A, human enterovirus type 72)
  • (4) 
    Rhinovirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates (human)
  • (b) 
    Bovine rhinovirus Types 1 to 3@
  • (c) 
    Equine rhinovirus@
  • (d) 
    Feline Rhinovirus@
  • (e) 
    Rhinovirus
22 (22)Poxviridae
  • (1) 
    Avipoxvirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates@ (animal)
  • (b) 
    All isolates (human)
  • (2) 
    Leporipoxvirus
  • (a) 
    Rabbit (Shope) fibroma virus@
  • (b) 
    Squirrel fibroma virus@
  • (3) 
    Orthopoxvirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates@, excluding Monkeypox and Variola (smallpox virus)
  • (b) 
    Buffalo pox
  • (c) 
    Cowpox virus
  • (d) 
    Rabbit pox
  • (e) 
    Skunk pox
  • (f) 
    Vaccinia
  • (4) 
    Parapoxvirus
  • (a) 
    All isolates@, excluding Sealpox virus
  • (b) 
    Bovine papular stomatitis virus
  • (c) 
    Orf virus
  • (d) 
    Pseudocowpox virus (paravaccinia)
  • (e) 
    Sealpox virus
23 (23)Reoviridae
  • (1) 
    Coltivirus
Coltivirus
  • (a) 
    Epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus@
  • (b) 
    Equine encephalosis virus@
  • (c) 
    Ibaraki virus
  • (d) 
    Palyam virus@
  • (3) 
    Orthoreovirus
  • (a) 
    Animal, all isolates except Ndelle and Ourem viruses
  • (b) 
    Types 1, 2 and 3
  • (4) 
    Reovirus, types 1 and 2
Animal, all isolates@
  • (a) 
    Animal, all isolates@
  • (b) 
    Rotavirus
24 (24)Retroviridae
  • (1) 
    Betaretrovirus
Mason-Pfizer monkey virus@
  • (2) 
    Gammare-trovirus
  • (a) 
    Animal, all isolates@
  • (b) 
    Avian reticuloendotheliosis virus
  • (3) 
    Deltaretrovirus
Human T-cell lymphotrophic viruses (HTLV)
25 (25)Retroviridae (subfamily Spumavirinae)
  • (1) 
    Spumavirus
All isolates
  • (2) 
    Deltaretrovirus
Bovine leukemia virus@
26 (26)Rhabdoviridae
  • (1) 
    Lyssavirus
  • (a) 
    Australian bat lyssavirus
  • (b) 
    Duvenhage virus
  • (c) 
    European bat lyssavirus I
  • (d) 
    European bat lyssavirus II
  • (e) 
    Lagos bat virus
  • (f) 
    Mokola virus
  • (g) 
    Rabies virus-Fixed virus
  • (2) 
    Vesiculovirus
  • (a) 
    Alagoas virus
  • (b) 
    Chandipura virus
  • (c) 
    Cocal virus
  • (d) 
    Isfahan virus
  • (e) 
    Pyri virus
  • (f) 
    Vesicular stomatitis virus — Indiana lab strain
27 (27)Togaviridae
  • (1) 
    Alphavirus
  • (a) 
    Bebaru virus
  • (b) 
    Chikungunya virus
  • (c) 
    Everglades virus
  • (d) 
    Getah virus
  • (e) 
    Highlands J virus
  • (f) 
    Mayaro virus
  • (g) 
    Mucambo virus
  • (h) 
    Ndumu virus
  • (i) 
    O’Nyong-Nyong virus
  • (j) 
    Ross River virus
  • (k) 
    Semliki forest virus
  • (l) 
    Sindbis
  • (m) 
    Tonate virus
  • (n) 
    Western equine encephalitis virus strain TC-83
  • (2) 
    Arterivirus
Equine arteritis virus@
  • (3) 
    Pestivirus
Border disease virus
Rubella virus
28 (28)Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies
  • (a) 
    Bovine spongiform encephalophy
  • (b) 
    Chronic wasting disease of captive mule deer/elk@
  • (c) 
    Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease
  • (d) 
    Gertsmann-Straussier-Scheinker
  • (e) 
    Kuru
  • (f) 
    Scrapie@
  • (g) 
    Transmissible mink encephalopathy@
29 (29)UnclassifiedUnclassifiedSwine hepatitis E virus@

Bacteria

ItemColumn 1Column 2
GenusSpecies
1 (1)Acholeplasmaoculi@
2 (2)Acinetobacter
3 (3)Actinobacillus
  • (a) 
    actinomycetemcomitans
  • (b) 
    capsulatus@
  • (c) 
    equuli@
  • (d) 
    lignieresii@
  • (e) 
    pleuropneumoniae@
  • (f) 
    seminis@
  • (g) 
    spp
  • (h) 
    suis@
  • (i) 
    ureae@
4 (4)Actinomadura
5 (5)Actinomyces
6 (6)Aeromonas
7 (7)Afipiaspp
8 (8)AgrobacteriumRadiobacter
9 (9)Alcaligenesspp
10 (10)AmycolataAutotrophica
11 (11)Anaplasma
12 (12)Arcanobacterium
  • (a) 
    haemolyticum
  • (b) 
    pyogenes
13 (13)Arcobacter
14 (14)Arizonaspp
15 (15)BacillusCereus
16 (16)Bacteroides
17 (17)Bartonella
18 (18)Bordetella
19 (19)Borrelia
20 (20)Brachyspira
  • (a) 
    hyodysenteriae
  • (b) 
    innocens
21 (21)Brucella
  • (a) 
    canis
  • (b) 
    ovis
  • (c) 
    spp, excluding abortus, melitensis and suis
22 (22)Burkholderia
  • (a) 
    cepacia genomovars I
  • (b) 
    cepacia genomovars III
  • (c) 
    gladioli
  • (d) 
    multivorans
  • (e) 
    spp, excluding mallei and pseudomallei
  • (f) 
    stabilis
  • (g) 
    vietnamensis
23 (23)Campylobacter
  • (a) 
    coli
  • (b) 
    fetus, subspecies fetus (intestinalis)
  • (c) 
    fetus, subspecies venerealis
  • (d) 
    hyointestinalis
  • (e) 
    jejuni
  • (f) 
    lari
  • (g) 
    mucosalis@
  • (h) 
    spp
  • (i) 
    sputorum
24 (24)Capnocytophagaspp
25 (25)Cardiobacteriumhominis
26 (26)Chlamydia
  • (a) 
    pneumoniae
  • (b) 
    psittaci (non-avian strains)
  • (c) 
    trachomatis
27 (27)Chryseobacteriummeningosepticum
28 (28)Citrobacter
29 (29)Clostridium
  • (a) 
    chauvoei
  • (b) 
    colinum@
  • (c) 
    difficile
  • (d) 
    haemolyticum
  • (e) 
    histolycum
  • (f) 
    novyi
  • (g) 
    perfringens
  • (h) 
    septicum
  • (i) 
    sordellii
  • (j) 
    spiriforme@
  • (k) 
    spp, excluding botulinum
  • (l) 
    tetani
  • (m) 
    villosum@
30 (30)Corynebacterium
31 (31)Dietziamaris
32 (32)Dermabacterhominis
33 (33)Dermatophiluscongolensis
34 (34)Dichelobacternodosus
35 (35)Edwardsiellatarda
36 (36)Eikenellacorrodens
37 (37)Enterobacter
  • (a) 
    aerogenes/cloacae
  • (b) 
    spp
38 (38)Enterococcus
39 (39)Ehrlichia
40 (40)ErysipelothrixTonsillarum
41 (41)Escherichia
  • (a) 
    coli
  • (b) 
    coli enteroinvasive — EIEC
  • (c) 
    coli enteropathogenic — EPEC
42 (42)Eubacteriumsuis@
43 (43)FluoribacterBozemaniae
44 (44)Francisella
  • (a) 
    novicida
  • (b) 
    philomiragia
45 (45)Fusobacterium
46 (46)Gardnerellavaginalis
47 (47)Gordoniaspp
48 (48)Haemophilus
49 (49)Helicobacter
50 (50)Hemobartonellafelis@
51 (51)Kingellakingae
52 (52)Klebsiella
53 (53)Lactococcusgarvieae
54 (54)Lawsoniaintracellularis@
55 (55)Legionella
56 (56)Leptospira
  • (a) 
    bratislava
  • (b) 
    canicola/copenhageni
  • (c) 
    grippotyphosa
  • (d) 
    hardjo
  • (e) 
    icterohaemorrhagiae
  • (f) 
    interrogans
  • (g) 
    pomona
  • (h) 
    sejroe
  • (i) 
    var ballum
57 (57)Listeria
58 (58)Mannheimiahaemolytica
59 (59)Moraxella
60 (60)Morganellamorganii
61 (61)Mycobacterium
62 (62)Mycoplasma
  • (a) 
    caviae
  • (b) 
    hominis
  • (c) 
    pneumoniae
  • (d) 
    spp, excluding mycoides
63 (63)Neisseria
64 (64)Neorickettsiahelminthoeca@
65 (65)Nocardia
  • (a) 
    asteroides
  • (b) 
    brasiliensis
  • (c) 
    caviae
  • (d) 
    farcinica
  • (e) 
    nova
  • (f) 
    otitidis-caviarum
  • (g) 
    pseudobrasiliensis
  • (h) 
    spp
  • (i) 
    transvalensis
66 (66)Ochrobactrumspp
67 (67)Oligellaspp
68 (68)Ornithobacteriumrhinotracheale@
69 (69)Pandoraeaspp
70 (70)Pantoeaagglomerans
71 (71)Pasteurella
  • (a) 
    aerogenes
  • (b) 
    anatipestifer@
  • (c) 
    caballi@
  • (d) 
    canis
  • (e) 
    dagmatis
  • (f) 
    granulomatis@
  • (g) 
    haemolytica
  • (h) 
    multocida (serotypes B:2 and E:2)
  • (i) 
    multocida, except serotypes B:2 and E:2
  • (j) 
    multocida, subspecies gallicida
  • (k) 
    multocida, subspecies multocida
  • (l) 
    multocida, subspecies septica
  • (m) 
    pneumotropica
  • (n) 
    spp
72 (72)Peptostreptococcus
73 (73)Plesiomonasshigelloides
74 (74)Porphyromonasspp
75 (75)Prevotella
76 (76)Propionibacteriumpropionicum
77 (77)Proteus
78 (78)Providencia
79 (79)Psychrobacter
  • (a) 
    immobilis
  • (b) 
    phenylpyruvicus
80 (80)Pseudomonas
81 (81)Ralstoniaspp
82 (82)Rhodococcus
83 (83)Rickettsia
  • (a) 
    akari
  • (b) 
    australis
  • (c) 
    canadensis
  • (d) 
    conorii
  • (e) 
    helvetica
  • (f) 
    montanensis
  • (g) 
    parkeri
  • (h) 
    rhipicephali
  • (i) 
    spp, excluding prowazekii and rickettsii
  • (j) 
    tsutsugamuchi
  • (k) 
    typhi (mooseri)
84 (84)Rothia
  • (a) 
    dentocarosia
  • (b) 
    mucilagenosas
85 (85)Salmonella
86 (86)Serpulinaspp
87 (87)Serratia
  • (a) 
    liquefaciens
  • (b) 
    marcescens
88 (88)Shigella
  • (a) 
    boydii
  • (b) 
    dysenteriae (other than Type 1)
  • (c) 
    flexneri
  • (d) 
    sonnei
89 (89)Staphylococcus
  • (a) 
    aureus
  • (b) 
    aureus (MRSA)
  • (c) 
    epidermidis
  • (d) 
    intermedius@
90 (90)Stenotrophomonasmaltophilia
91 (91)Streptobacillus
92 (92)Streptococcus
93 (93)Taylorellaequigenitalis@
94 (94)Treponema
95 (95)Tsukamurellaspp
96 (96)Ureaplasmaurealyticum
97 (97)Vagococcussalmoninarum@
98 (98)Vibrio
99 (99)Yersinia
  • (a) 
    enterocolitica
  • (b) 
    pseudotuberculosis
  • (c) 
    ruckeri@

Fungi

ItemColumn 1Column 2
GenusSpecies
1 (1)Aspergillus
2 (2)Blastomycesdermatitidis (formerly: Ajellomyces dermatitidis)
3 (3)Candida
4 (4)Cladophialophorabantiana (formerly: Cladosporium bantianum)
5 (5)Cladosporiumcarrionii
6 (6)Cryptococcusneoformans
7 (7)Emmonsiaparva
8 (8)Epidermophytonfloccosum
9 (9)Histoplasma
  • (a) 
    capsulatum (formerly: Ajellomyces capsulatum)
  • (b) 
    capsulatum var capsulatum
  • (c) 
    capsulatum var duboisii
  • (d) 
    capsulatum var farciminosum
10 (10)Loboaloboi
11 (11)Microsporum
12 (12)Paracoccidioidesbrasiliensis
13 (13)Penicilliummarneffei
14 (14)Sporothrix
  • (a) 
    Schenckii var luriei
  • (b) 
    Schenckii var schenckii
15 (15)Trichophyton
  • (a) 
    concentricum
  • (b) 
    equinum/autotrophicum
  • (c) 
    equinum/equinum
  • (d) 
    gourvilii
  • (e) 
    megninii
  • (f) 
    mentagrophytes/erinacei
  • (g) 
    mentagrophytes/interdigitale
  • (h) 
    mentagrophytes/nodulare
  • (i) 
    mentagrophytes/mentagrophytes
  • (j) 
    mentagrophytes/quinckeanum
  • (k) 
    rubrum
  • (l) 
    schoenleinii
  • (m) 
    simii
  • (n) 
    sudanese
  • (o) 
    tonsurans
  • (p) 
    violaceum
  • (q) 
    yaoundei
  • SOR/2002-306, ss. 14, 15
  • SOR/2008-34, s. 38
  • SOR/2011-239, s. 2
  • SOR/2012-245, s. 17(E)
  • SOR/2019-101, s. 22
  • SOR/2020-23, s. 4
 
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