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The capacity of the avian flea Frontopsylla frontalis alatau Fed., 1946 to infect rodents with plague



The capacity of the avian flea Frontopsylla frontalis alatau Fed., 1946 to infect rodents with plague



Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 45(1): 49-52



It was found in a laboratory study in the Soviet Union that when adults of Frontopsylla frontalis alatau Fedina emerging in autumn were infected by feeding on dying tamarisk gerbils (Meriones tamariscinus) that had been inoculated with a typical virulent strain of the plague microbe and subsequently fed regularly on rodents of the same species, they seldom developed blockage of the proventriculus. They could retain plague microbes in their bodies for a long time.

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