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Records of (Dracunculus in signis Leidy, 1858) from raccoons in Florida



Records of (Dracunculus in signis Leidy, 1858) from raccoons in Florida



Journal of Parasitology. 46: 6,



Layne et al. record Dracunculus insignis from Procyon lotor in Florida. This is a first record for the south-easterti U.S.A. They summarize the records of guinea-worm from North America giving hosts, distribution and bibliographical records. W. M.

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