Parasites of sheep and deer: Mutual parasites of domestic sheep and Columbian black-tailed deer studied for transference factors
AuthorsWilliam M. Longhurst
James R. Douglas
Norman F. Baker
Authors AffiliationsWilliam M. Longhurst is Assistant Specialist in zoology, University of California, Davis; James R. Douglas is Associate Professor of Parasitology, Unioersity of California, Davis; Norman- F. Baker is Junior Parasitologist, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 8(7):5-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v008n07p5. July 1954.
Similar foraging habits of sheep and deer provide ample opportunity for transference of mutual parasites.
Longhurst W, Douglas J, Baker N. 1954. Parasites of sheep and deer: Mutual parasites of domestic sheep and Columbian black-tailed deer studied for transference factors. Hilgardia 8(7):5-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v008n07p5
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