the natural occurrence of echinococcus multilocularis in the bushy-tailed woodrat, neotoma cinerea rupicola, in wyoming.echinococcus multilocularis leuckart, 1863, is reported from neotoma cinerea rupicola allen in wyoming. this report represents new host and locality records for the cestode. the larva had undergone active multilocular vesiculation in the liver with minimal host-tissue reaction. protoscolices and calcareous corpuscles were absent.1977907044
distribution and prevalence of echinococcus multilocularis in wild predators in nebraska, kansas, and further determine the distribution and prevalence of echinococcus multilocularis in the central united states, 245 wild canids (125 red foxes, 120 coyotes) and 33 bobcats were collected from nebraska, kansas, and wyoming and examined for this parasite. animals examined included 11 red foxes from the western panhandle of nebraska; 5 red foxes and 30 coyotes from southern nebraska; 56 red foxes and 1 coyote from northeastern nebraska; 20 red foxes, 63 coyotes, and 13 bobcats from northern kansa ...200212054030
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