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Parasitology and Conservation: what parasites can tell us about endangered species and their management. The case of the Eurasian Lynx in Germany.
A recent study on intestinal and pulmonary parasite population of the re-introduced, endangered Eurasian lynx in Germany reveals useful insights into… Read more »
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Krisztian Magori summarizes 2021, with the many challenges and achievements here at Bugbitten and beyond, and what we might have… Read more »
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Keith Seifert reminisces about the origins of a new study by Montoya et al. in IMA Fungus about the fungal genus Escovopsis.
Gonzalez et al. take us through their study showing that the frog genus Silverstoneia should no longer be assumed as a… Read more »
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BMC Veterinary Research is pleased to be launching this collection entitled Combatting Veterinary Antimicrobial Resistance as the… Read more »