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tetrameres (petrowimeres) striata in ducks.tetrameres (petrowimeres) striata is an uncommon and incompletely described nematode from north american and eurasian waterfowl. specimens collected from mallards (anas platyrhynchos) from the playa lakes region (plr) in western texas (usa), the mottled duck (a. platyrhynchos fulvigula) in florida (usa), the mallard in the amur river basin of eastern russia and the blue-winged teal (anas discors) from western texas (usa) provide the basis for redescription of t. (p.) striata. this species is dif ...19947933277
the epizootiology of anatid herpesvirus 1 infection in free-flying waterfowl: a comparison of latent and active infections among native waterfowl, captive-reared released ducks, and peridomestic or feral ducks.the epizootiology of anatid herpesvirus 1 (ahv-1) infection in waterfowl is poorly understood but apparently involves persistence of the virus in latently infected birds. epornitics have often occurred in captive waterfowl or semiwild ducks in parklike settings, and many wildlife professionals conclude that such ducks may be the source of infection for wild waterfowl. we assessed the prevalence of latent infection and viral shedding from four groups of waterfowl: naturally occurring populations ...201323778596
blood parasites of blue-winged teal ( anas discors ) from two migratory corridors, in the southern usa.we collected 180 blue-winged teal ( anas discors ) in september and october 2002 from florida, us (n=100, representing the eastern migratory corridor) and the louisiana-texas, us, border (n=80, representing the western migratory corridor) and examined for blood parasites using thin heart-blood smears. leucocytozoon simondi, haemoproteus nettionis, and microfilariae were found in 16, 23, and 27 birds, respectively. prevalence of l. simondi and h. nettionis did not vary by migratory corridor, but ...201627285417
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