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Brucellosis transmission between elk and domestic cattle

, : Brucellosis transmission between elk and domestic cattle. Completion Rep Surv Invest Wyo Game Fish Commn (Wildl Ser): 1975: 22-23

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Thorne, E.T.; Morton, J.K., 1977: Brucellosis transmission between elk and domestic cattle January 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975. Completion Rep. Surv. Invest. Wyo. Game Fish Commn (Wildl. Ser.): 1976: 19-23

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