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Ixodes ricinus ticks as carriers of Babesia capreoli in the roe deer


Ixodes ricinus ticks as carriers of Babesia capreoli in the roe deer



Veterinariia 4: 62



ISSN/ISBN: 0042-4846

PMID: 4666960


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