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Contribution to the study of malaria in lemurs

, : Contribution to the study of malaria in lemurs. Archives de l' Institut Pasteur de Madagascar 52(1): 85-100

Seven species of lemurs were examined for Plasmodium. Parasites were found only in Lemur macaco macaco captured at Nosy-Komba and Ampasikely, Madagascar. No Plasmodium was found in Microcebus murinus, Lepilemur septentrionalis, L. dorsalis, Avahi laniger, Propithecus verreauxi or Lemur fulvus.

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