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necropsy findings in 62 opportunistically collected free-ranging moose (alces alces) from minnesota, usa (2003-13).the minnesota, us moose population has declined dramatically since the 1990s. all 54 carcasses of moose that died of unknown cause or were euthanized by gun shot by tribal or department of natural resources personnel because of perceived signs of illness between 2003 and 2013 and eight carcasses of moose that died from vehicular accidents between 2009 and 2013 were submitted to the minnesota veterinary diagnostic laboratory and included in our study. the majority of the animals were underweight ...201525390764
galba modicella and lymnaea stagnalis as experimental intermediate hosts for fascioloides magna in minnesota. 19734687484
landscape influence on spatial patterns of meningeal worm and liver fluke infection in white-tailed deer.parasites that primarily infect white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus), such as liver flukes (fascioloides magna) and meningeal worm (parelaphostrongylus tenuis), can cause morbidity and mortality when incidentally infecting moose (alces alces). ecological factors are expected to influence spatial variation in infection risk by affecting the survival of free-living life stages outside the host and the abundance of intermediate gastropod hosts. here, we investigate how ecology influenced the ...201525498206
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