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Dracunculus insignis (Leidy, 1858) in dogs and wild carnivores in the Great Plains



Dracunculus insignis (Leidy, 1858) in dogs and wild carnivores in the Great Plains



Am. Midl. Nat, 76: 2, 515-519



Dracunculus insignis was recovered from a skunk from Nebraska, a raccoon and a dog from Kansas and a dog from Missouri, U.S.A. 22 reports of guinea-worm infections in North American carnivores are listed chronologically.

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DOI: 10.2307/2423105


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