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Management of substrates in aviaries to reduce exposure to fungus and mold


, : Management of substrates in aviaries to reduce exposure to fungus and mold. Proceedings, American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Wildlife Disease Association, American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians Joint Conference, East Lansing, Michigan, August 12-17, 1995: 220-222

Fungal contamination was lowest in red cedar and aspen lab shavings and highest in shredded bark (or mulch) and eucalyptus mulch.

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