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Table 2 Bacteria isolated from the feces of rooks and cloacal swabs of wild-living birds

From: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and glycopeptide-resistant enterococci in fecal samples of birds from South-Eastern Poland

 RooksWild-living birds
ABCDETotalF
S. aureus15 (25.4%)9 (37.5%)4 (1.6%)6 (2.45)12 (40%)46 (28.2%)8 (29.6%)
S. epidermidis4 (6.7%)3 (1.3%)4 (6.7%)11 (6.7%)
Enterococcus38 (64%)14 (58%)10 (40%)15 (60%)13 (43%)90 (55%)22 (81.5%)
E. coli40 (67.7%)16 (66.6%)10 (40%)11 (44%)15 (50%)92 (56.4%)23 (85%)
Other Enterobacterales genera23 (38.9%)9 (37.5%)3 (12%)6 (96.3%)18 (58.9%)59 (36%)11 (40.7%)
Pseudomonas8 (13.5%)2 (8.3%)2 (8%)1 (40%)3 (10%)16 (9.8%)1 (3.7%)
Campylobacter39 (66%)18 (75%)12 (48%)10 (40%)14 (46.6)93 (57%)10 (37%)
Bacterial samples (n)592425253016327
  1. The percentage of isolates from a specific genus among all isolates is shown in parentheses; −, not detected
  2. Enterobacterales genera: Enterobacter spp., Cronobacter spp., Citrobacter spp., Kluyvera spp., Hafnia spp., and Proteus spp.