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1 April 1974 STOMATITIS IN A JUVENILE WHITE PELICAN DUE TO Piagetiella peralis (MALLOPHAGA: MENOPONIDAE)
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Hemorrhagic ulcerative stomatitis caused by the biting louse Piagetiella peralis was diagnosed in one live and three dead juvenile white pelicans (Pelecanus erythrorhynchus). The pathology of the condition is described, and the significance of infestation with this parasite is discussed.

WOBESER, JOHNSON, and ACOMPANADO: STOMATITIS IN A JUVENILE WHITE PELICAN DUE TO Piagetiella peralis (MALLOPHAGA: MENOPONIDAE)
G. WOBESER, G. R. JOHNSON, and G. ACOMPANADO "STOMATITIS IN A JUVENILE WHITE PELICAN DUE TO Piagetiella peralis (MALLOPHAGA: MENOPONIDAE)," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 10(2), 135-138, (1 April 1974). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-10.2.135
Received: 19 September 1973; Published: 1 April 1974
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