Figure: 4 TAC §45.2(a)

Multiple species diseases

Akabane - Akabane virus

Anthrax**- Bacillus anthracis

Aujeszky’s disease - Pseudorabies virus, herpesvirus suis

Leishmaniasis** - Leishmania infantum and L donavani

Foot and mouth disease - Aphthovirus, types A,O,C, SAT, Asia

Heartwater - Cowdria ruminantium

African Trypanosomosis (Nagana) - Trypanosoma brucei, T. vivax,

T. brucei

Rinderpest - Morbillivirus

Rift Valley fever - Bunya virus

Vesicular stomatitis - Rhabdovirus; 2 serotypes; New Jersey and Indiana

Screwworm - Cochliomyia hominivorax

Cattle diseases (including Exotic Bovidae)

Bovine babesiosis - B. bovis, B. divergens, Babesia microti

Bovine brucellosis - Brucella abortus

Bovine ephemeral fever – Rhabdovirus

Bovine trichomonosis – trichomoniasis****

Bovine tuberculosis - Mycobacterium bovis

East coast fever (Theileriosis) - Theileria parva

Malignant catarrhal fever (wildebeest associated) - Alcelaphine

herpesvirus (AHV 1)

Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia - Mycoplasma mycoides

Lumpy skin disease - Neethling poxvirus

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Scabies - Sarcoptes scabiei, Psoroptes bovis, Chorioptes bovis

Cervidae

Brucellosis - Brucella abortus, Brucella suis (biotype 4)

Chronic Wasting Disease

Tuberculosis - Mycobacterium bovis

Sheep and goat diseases

Caprine and ovine brucellosis (not B. ovis infection) – Brucella melitensis

Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia - Mycoplasma capri (biotype 78)

Louping ill - Flavovirus

Nairobi sheep disease - Bunyaviridae

Peste des petits ruminants - Morbillivirus, Paramyxoviridae family

Sheep pox and goat pox - Capripoxvirus

Scrapie

Scabies - Sarcoptes scabiei

Equine diseases

African horse sickness - Orbivirus

Contagious equine metritis - Tayorella equigenitalis

Dourine - Trypanosoma equiperdum

Epizootic lymphangitis - Histoplasma farciminosum

Equine encephalomyelitis (Eastern and Western)** - Alphavirus

Equine infectious anemia - Lentivirus

Equine morbillivirus pneumonia - Morbillivirus

Equine piroplasmosis - Babesia equi, B. caballi

Glanders - Pseudomonas mallei

Japanese encephalitis - Flavovirus

Surra - Trypanosoma evansi

Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis** - Alphavirus; Togaviridae family

Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)***

Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1)

Swine diseases

African swine fever - Poxvirus

Classical swine fever (hog cholera) - Togovirus

Pseudorabies - Herpesvirus suis

Porcine brucellosis - Brucella suis

Swine vesicular disease - Picornavirus

Vesicular Exanthema - Calicivirus

Poultry diseases

Avian influenza - Orthomyxoviruse

Avian infectious laryngotracheitis - Orthomyxovirus, herpesvirus

Avian tuberculosis - Mycobacterium avium serovars 1,2

Duck virus hepatitis - Picornavirus

Fowl typhoid - Salmonella gallinarum

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (fowl plague) – Orthomyxovirus (type H5 or
H7)

Infectious encephalomyelitis - Arbovirus

Ornithosis (psitticosis)  - Chlamydia psittaci

Pullorum disease - Salmonella pullorum

Newcastle disease (VVND) - Paramyxovirus-1 (PMV-1)

Paramyxovirus infections (other than Newcastle disease) - PMV-2 to PMV-9

Rabbit diseases

Myxomatosis - Myxomatosis virus

Viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits - Calciviral disease

**These diseases are also reportable to the Department of State Health Services
(DSHS)

***This disease has reporting standards in Chapter 49, §49.4 of this title.

****Results of tests for this disease shall be reported within 48 hours of completion of the
tests.