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studies of endoparasites of the mourning dove (zenaida macroura) in the southeast united states.from september, 1973, through november, 1974, 255 mourning doves (zenaida macroura) were collected in the southeastern united states and examined for endoparasites. thirteen species of endoparasites were found and included six species of protozoans, one trematode, two cestodes, and four nematodes. new host records included sarcocystis sp., echinostoma revolutum, hymenolepis sp., aproctella stoddardi, ascaridia columbae, and dispharynx nasuta.1977402483
parasitic helminths of eurasian collared-doves (streptopelia decaocto) from florida.sixty-three eurasian collared-doves (ecds) (streptopelia decaocto) from florida were examined for parasitic helminths from june to december 2001. nine species of helminths were identified (5 nematodes, 2 cestodes, and 2 trematodes). the most prevalent helminths were ascaridia columbae (73.0%), fuhrmannetta crassula (28.6%), ornithostrongylus quadriradiatus (12.7%), and bruscapillaria obsignata (11.1%). the helminths with the greatest mean intensity were tanaisia bragai (13.5), a. columbae (9.3), ...200515856898
necropsy findings and arbovirus surveillance in mourning doves from the southeastern united states.mourning doves (zenaida macroura) are the most abundant and widespread native member of the columbid family, as well as a major migratory game species, in the united states. however, there is little information on mortality factors in mourning doves. records of necropsy accessions at the southeastern cooperative wildlife disease study (scwds) from 15 southeastern states, from 1971 through 2005, were reviewed. one hundred thirty-five mourning doves were submitted from nine states during the 35-yr ...200717347403
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