Occurrence of endo and hemoparasites in Sporophila caerulescens captured in the eastern region of the state of Acre, Brazil

@article{Souza2019OccurrenceOE,
  title={Occurrence of endo and hemoparasites in Sporophila caerulescens captured in the eastern region of the state of Acre, Brazil},
  author={Leandro Siqueira de Souza and Edson Guilherme and Angela Maria Fortes de Andrade and Francisco Glauco de Ara{\'u}jo Santos},
  journal={Ci{\^e}ncia Rural},
  year={2019}
}
ABSTRACT: Wild animals are hosts and reservoirs to many infectious agents, often unknown to the Scientific Community, which leads to serious health implications for natural and domestic environments. We conducted this research with the objective of diagnosing the occurrence of parasites of medical and veterinary interest in “coleirinhos” captured in the eastern region of the state of Acre, Brazil. We captured the specimens in August and September of 2017 using ornithological nets at the margins… 
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