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dirofilaria immitis infection in foxes and coyotes in indiana.between october 1976 and january 1977, carcasses or hearts and lungs from 202 wild foxes and coyotes in indiana were collected to determine the prevalence of dirofilaria immitis infection. three of 113 (2.7%) red foxes (vulpes fulva), 3 of 81 (3.7%) gray foxes (urocyon cinereoargenteus), and 1 of 8 (12.5%) coyotes (canis latrans) were infected with d immitis. an average of 5 worms (range, 1 to 10) were recovered from foxes and 11 worms were recovered from the coyote. worms from the coyote were o ...1979521369
species composition and feeding success of mosquitoes attracted to caged dogs in indiana.a field study using caged dogs in mosquito bait traps was conducted in eastcentral indiana to determine the species composition of mosquitoes coming to feed. fourteen species of mosquitoes from 5 genera were collected; aedes trivittatus predominated. feeding success rates were measured as the percentage of mosquitoes collected that had a fresh blood meal. the species having the highest rates were: culex erraticus, aedes stimulans and ae. trivittatus. aedes vexans and cx. pipiens/restuans had mar ...19852906663
presumed dirofilaria immitis infections in mosquitoes (diptera: culicidae) in indiana, usa. 19827143378
the prevalence of heartworms (dirofilaria immitis) in dogs from indiana. 1978569196
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