a retrospective survey into the presence of plasmodium spp. and toxoplasma gondii in archived tissue samples from new zealand raptors: new zealand falcons (falco novaeseelandiae), australasian harriers (circus approximans) and moreporks (ninox novaeseelandiae).human colonisation of new zealand has resulted in the introduction of emerging diseases, such as avian malaria and toxoplasmosis, which arrived with their exotic avian and mammalian hosts. plasmodium spp. and toxoplasma gondii have a wide host range, and several species of endemic new zealand birds have developed a fatal disease following infection with either pathogen. however, no reports of either toxoplasmosis or avian malaria in new zealand raptors, namely, the new zealand falcons (falco nov ...201728660290
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