Tetraviridae

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Tetraviridae
Virus classification
Group: Group IV ((+)ssRNA)
Family: Tetraviridae

The Tetraviridae are a family of viruses so named because they have a T=4 symmetry (T refers to the triangulation number), are extremely host specific, [1] and infect moths and butterflies of the following genera:

This family was divided into three families by the ICTV in 2011: Alphatetraviridae, Carmotetraviridae and Permutotetraviridae.

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