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Interrelationships of parasites of white-winged doves and mourning doves in Florida



Interrelationships of parasites of white-winged doves and mourning doves in Florida



Journal of Wildlife Diseases 17(4): 529-536



The parasites of indigenous populations of mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) in north and south Florida, USA, were compared with those of an introduced population of white-winged doves (Z. asiatica) in south Florida. 32 species of parasites including 5 protozoans, 7 nematodes, 2 trematodes, 2 cestodes, 7 acarines, 7 mallophagans and 2 dipterans were found. Of these, 16 were common to both species of doves.

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