of non-bacterial prokaryotes.

Importantly, archaeal viruses, the viruses of archaea, are not equivalent to bacteriophages (i.e., ). Instead, except for a limited number of structural similarities, they are all but un to the latter.

Pretty much what I know of the viruses of domain Archaea, as of approximately the end of 2012, can be found here:

Note: Don't call archaeal viruses ""!

See also .