Taxonomy of Flaviviridae

 

This is pretty much THE virus family, it has all of your favorite A-listers:

Below are all the viruses in the family that infect humans:

Etymology:

Flavi: Latin flavus: yellow
Pesti: Latin pestis: plague
Hepa: Greek hepar, hepatos: liver

Genuses: Flavivirus, Pestivirus, Hepacivirus

Flavivirus genus


1) Tick-borne virus group

Mammalian tick-borne virus group
Gadget’s Gully virus
Kadam virus
Kyasanur Forrest disease virus
Langat virus
Omsk hemorrhagic fever virus
Tick-borne encephalitis virus
Louping ill virus

2) Mosquito-borne viruses

Aroa virus group
Aroa virus

Dengue virus group

Dengue viruses 1-4
Kedougou virus
Japanese encephalitis virus group
Cacipacore virus
Koutango virus

Japanese encephalitis virus
Murray Valley encephalitis virus
St. Louis encephalitis virus
Usutu virus
West Nile virus
Yaounde virus

Kokobera virus group
Kokobera virus

Ntaya virus group

Bagaza virus
Ilheus virus
Israel turkey meningoencephalomyelitis virus
Ntaya virus
Tembusu virus

Spondweni virus group
Zika virus

Yellow fever virus group
Banzi virus
Bouboui virus
Edge Hill virus
Jugra virus
Saboya virus
Sepik virus
Uganda S virus
Wesselsbron virus
Yellow fever virus


Viruses not caused by anthropod vector:

Entebbe virus group
Entebbe bat virus
Yokose virus

Modoc virus group
Apoi virus
Cowbone Ridge virus
Jutiapa virus
Modoc virus
Sal Vieja virus
San Perlita virus

Rio Bravo virus group
Bukalasa bat virus
Carey Island virus
Dakar bat virus
Montana myotis leukoencephalitis virus
Phnom Penh bat virus
Rio Bravo virus

Pestivirus genus

Viruses that effect bovine, sheep, swine, giraffe

Hepacivirus genus

Hepatitis C virus genotypes 1-6

Unassigned viruses in the family:
GB virus A and B

 

Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ICTVdb/Ictv/fs_flavi.htm