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1 October 1974 TRICHOMONIASIS IN THE HAWAIIAN BARRED DOVE
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Two barred doves found in the South Kona district of the island of Hawaii were diagnosed as having trichomoniasis on the basis of gross and microscopic lesions. This brings the confirmed list of columbid species susceptible to natural trichomoniasis to four and is the first report of the disease from columbids in the Hawaiian Islands.

KOCAN and BANKO: TRICHOMONIASIS IN THE HAWAIIAN BARRED DOVE
RICHARD M. KOCAN and WINSTON BANKO "TRICHOMONIASIS IN THE HAWAIIAN BARRED DOVE," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 10(4), (1 October 1974). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-10.4.359
Received: 20 February 1974; Published: 1 October 1974
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