Parasitism of Prehistoric Humans and Companion Animals from Antelope Cave, Mojave County, Northwest Arizona

@inproceedings{Fugassa2011ParasitismOP,
  title={Parasitism of Prehistoric Humans and Companion Animals from Antelope Cave, Mojave County, Northwest Arizona},
  author={M. Fugassa and K. Reinhard and K. Johnson and S. Gardner and M{\^o}nica Vieira and A. Ara{\'u}jo},
  booktitle={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={2011}
}
abstract:  Previously, we reported a tick recovered from Antelope Cave in extreme northwest Arizona. Further analyses of coprolites from Antelope Cave revealed additional parasitological data from coprolites of both human and canid origin. A second tick was found. This site is the only archaeological locality where ticks have been recovered. We also discovered an acanthocephalan in association with Enterobius vermicularis eggs in the same coprolite. This association shows that the coprolite was… Expand
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