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Host-parasite relationships in the wild canids of North America. 1. Ecology of helminth infections in the genus Canis



Host-parasite relationships in the wild canids of North America. 1. Ecology of helminth infections in the genus Canis



Proceedings of the Worldwide Furbearer Conference, 12: 730-759




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