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studies on sylvatic echinococcosis. v. factors influencing prevalence of echinococcus multilocularis leuckart 1863, in red foxes from north dakota, 1965--1972.a total of 1,153 red foxes, vulpes vulpes, was examined for strobilae of echinococcus multilocularis from 2 geographic regions in north dakota during 1965 through 1972. echinococcus multilocularis was found in 184 (16%) of these foxes. the data including date and location of collection, age and sex of the host, and presence or absence of the cestode were used to assess the relative influence of collection interval (sampling period), climatic season, geographic location, and age and sex of the ho ...1978682065
comparison of yearly prevalences of echinococcus multilocularis leuckart 1863 in peromyscus maniculatus and microtus pennsylvanicus in north dakota. 19751104799
studies on sylvatic echinococcosis. iv. ecology of echinococcus multilocularis in the intermediate host, peromyscus maniculatus, in north dakota, 1965-1972. 19744847041
observations on parasite-host relationships of echinococcus multilocularis leuckart, 1863, in north dakota. 19715119812
biologic identification of the cestode echinococcus multilocularis isolated from foxes in north dakota. 19655861363
cestode in north dakota: echinococcus in field mice.field mice (microtus pennsylvanicus and peromyscus maniculatus) are naturally infected with echinococcus multilocularis. thus, the sylvatic cycle (fox to field mice to fox) has been established in north dakota. this cestode is expected to extend its range to other agricultural regions of the continental united states where similar conditions favorable for the completion of its life cycle exist.19655891703
the cestode echinococcus multilocularis in foxes in north dakota. 196414172624
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