Haemoproteus, a blood parasite, in domestic pigeons and mourning doves in Maryland

Chesapeake Science
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Abstract

The occurrence of Haemoproteus in pigeons throughout the world and in mourning doves in the United States is reviewed. Haemoproteus has previously been reported only once from pigeons in Maryland. During this study it was found in all of 18 pigeons from one area but in none of 12 from an adjacent area. No infections were found in 90 Maryland mourning doves. All of the 10 mourning doves from Florida were infected whereas 60 nestlings from Texas and Mississippi had no parasites. None was found in 358 nestling white-winged doves from Texas.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Haemoproteus, a blood parasite, in domestic pigeons and mourning doves in Maryland
Series title Chesapeake Science
Volume 8
Issue 3
Year Published 1967
Language English
Contributing office(s) Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Description 200-205
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Chesapeake Science
First page 200
Last page 205
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