Corrigendum: The ecological niche of echinococcus multilocularis in North America: Understanding biotic and abiotic determinants of parasite distribution with new records in New Mexico and Maryland, United States (Therya, (1985))

Sebastian Botero-Cañola, Altangerel T. Dursahinhan, Sara E. Rácz, Parker V. Lowe, John E. Ubelaker, Scott L. Gardner

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Said: Results New records of Echinococcus multilocularis in the Nearctic. We include here a new record of a specimen of E. multilocularis found in the liver of an individual of M. ochrogaster collected by Gregory E. Glass in a grassy area in Mount Pleasant Park, Baltimore, Maryland in August, 1985. The parasite cyst in the liver was identified as E. multilocularis by Everett L. Schiller (see Methods, above). This represents the first record of E. multilocularis for Maryland and the most eastern record for the species in North America. must said: Results New records of Echinococcus multilocularis in the Nearctic. We include here a new record of a specimen of E. multilocularis found in the liver of an individual of M. pennsylvanicus collected by Gregory E. Glass in a grassy area in Mount Pleasant Park, Baltimore, Maryland in August, 1985. The parasite cyst in the liver was identified as E. multilocularis by Everett L. Schiller (see Methods, above). This represents the first record of E. multilocularis for Maryland and the most eastern record for the species in North America.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages1
JournalTherya
Volume10
Issue number3
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Corrigendum : The ecological niche of echinococcus multilocularis in North America: Understanding biotic and abiotic determinants of parasite distribution with new records in New Mexico and Maryland, United States (Therya, (1985)). / Botero-Cañola, Sebastian; Dursahinhan, Altangerel T.; Rácz, Sara E.; Lowe, Parker V.; Ubelaker, John E.; Gardner, Scott L.

In: Therya, Vol. 10, No. 3, 01.01.2019.

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