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Epidemic finch mortality

Epidemic finch mortality

Veterinary Record 159(11): 367-367

A growing epidemic of necrotic oesophagitis and ingluvitis in greenfinch Carduelis chloris and chaffinch Fringilla coelebs, associated with trichomonad-like parasites, has been reported since 2005.

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Accession: 012786055

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PMID: 16963722

DOI: 10.1136/vr.159.11.367-a

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