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Hematozoa from Colorado Birds. III. Passeriformes
Robert M. Stabler and Nancy J. Kitzmiller
The Journal of Parasitology
Vol. 56, No. 1 (Feb., 1970), pp. 12-16
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Hematozoa are reported from 1,361 members of the Passeriformes representing 101 species and 22 families, all from Colorado. Some parasitemia was observed in 693 birds (51%). The parasites and their incidences were: Plasmodium (all species), 43 (3%); Haemoproteus, 229 (17%); Leucocytozoon, 273 (20%); Trypanosoma, 401 (29%); Haemogregarines sensu lato (Hepatozoon and Lankesterella), 40 (2.9%); microfilaria, 174 (13%). Seventy-one new host-parasite associations were encountered.
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