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  A number of candidate picornaviruses or picorna-like viruses (PLV) have been described in the literature usually with only electron micrographs to support the tentative classification. Currently picorna-like viruses of invertebrates mostly fall into two families, Dicistroviridae and Iflaviridae, while those of plants are classified within the Secoviridae. Picorna-like viruses of algae belong to the Marnaviridae. A number of unclassified picorna-like viruses have also been reported.
   
  Fish picorna-like viruses
   
  Amphibian picorna-like viruses
   
  Reptile picorna-like viruses
   
  Avian picorna-like viruses
 - many of these have been shown to be astroviruses.
   
  Mammalian picorna-like viruses
   
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