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1 October 1981 HELMINTHS RECOVERED FROM THE WHITE-NECKED RAVEN (Corvus cryptoleucus COUCH) IN EASTERN NEW MEXICO
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Two nematodes, Acuaria anthuris (Rudolphi, 1819), Diplotriaena tricuspis (Fedtschenko, 1874); two cestodes, Anomotaenia constricta (Molin, 1858), Hymenolepis corvi (Mayhew, 1925); and one acanthocephalan, Mediorhynchus grandis (Van Cleave, 1916) were recovered from the white-necked raven (Corvus cryptoleucus Couch). All represent new host and distribution records. A relationship appears to exist between corvid host percentages and extent of zoogeographical distributions.

PFAFFENBERGER and BUTLER: HELMINTHS RECOVERED FROM THE WHITE-NECKED RAVEN (Corvus cryptoleucus COUCH) IN EASTERN NEW MEXICO
GARY S. PFAFFENBERGER and WELDON F. BUTLER "HELMINTHS RECOVERED FROM THE WHITE-NECKED RAVEN (Corvus cryptoleucus COUCH) IN EASTERN NEW MEXICO," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 17(4), 563-566, (1 October 1981). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-17.4.563
Received: 6 May 1981; Published: 1 October 1981
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