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A plague (Yersinia pestis) epizootic spread through Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni), and possibly other rodent species, in the Moreno Valley in north-central New Mexico between winter 1984-1985 and autumn 1987. We observed the progress of the epizootic and subsequent population recovery at four prairie dog towns within the valley during this period. At two towns (Midlake and Val Verde) the prairie dogs were marked prior to the epizootic. At two additional towns (Vega and South Entrance) prairie dogs were marked following the epizootic. In 1988, a second epizootic occurred at Vega. One hundred thirty-nine serum samples were collected from prairie dogs and other rodents and 1,750 fleas were collected from...
Factors affecting transmission of larval winter ticks, Dermacentor albipictus (Packard), to moose, Alces alces L., in Alberta, Canada.
Mechanisms of transmission of the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) fungus, Entomophaga maimaiga (Entomphthorales: Entomophthoraceae) and effects of site conditions on its prevalence.
Probable epizootic chlamydiosis in wild California (Larus californicus) and ring-billed (Larus delawarensis) gulls in North Dakota
Emergence of raccoon rabies in Connecticut, 1991-1994: Spatial and temporal characteristics of animal infection and human contact
Parameter estimation for a descriptive epizootiological model of the infection of a cereal aphid population by a fungal pathogen (Entomophthorale)
Progression of diseases caused by the oyster parasites, Perkinsus marinus and Haplosporidium nelsoni, in Crassostrea virginica on constructed intertidal reefs
Recovery and identification of Pasteurella multocida from mammals and fleas collected during plague investigations.
Poxvirus in scaled quail and prevalences of poxvirus-like lesions in northern bobwhites and scaled quail from Texas.
Surveillance and spatiotemporal associations of rabies in rodents and lagomorphs in the United States, 1985-1994
Epizootiology of Amblyospora stimuli (Microsporida: Amblyosporidae) Infections in Field Populations of a Univoltine Mosquito, Aedes stimulans (Diptera: Culicidae), Inhabiting a Temporary Vernal Pool