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Ecology of sylvatic plague in the San Jacinto mountains of southern California



Ecology of sylvatic plague in the San Jacinto mountains of southern California



Bulletin of the Society for Vector Ecology 16(1): 183-199



Sylvatic plague surveillance yielded Yersinia pestis seropositive antibody titres from the ground squirrel Spermophilus beecheyi in a number of campgrounds in the San Jacinto Mountains, Riverside County, California, USA. The factors influencing the occurrence and maintenance of plague in 2 of these campgrounds were examined over 10- and 11-year periods (in 1979-89).

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