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Les Parasites des Chiroptères du Continent Africain [Parasites of Chiroptera of the African Continent]

Les Parasites des Chiroptères du Continent Africain [Parasites of Chiroptera of the African Continent]
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Les Parasites des Chiroptères du Continent Africain [Parasites of Chiroptera of the African Continent]

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Language: French

This is a catalogue to parasites on bats of continental Africa, with a focus on the Ethiopian fauna. The term parasites is used in a wide sense and it not just restrict to ecto- and endoparasites, but also organisms that have a direct or indirect relationship with bats in the transmission of zoonoses. Speciments have been collected from Shaba (south-east of Zaïre, nowadays the Democratic Republic of Congo), and Ruanda.

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By: Michel Anciaux de Faveaux(Author)
92 pages, no illustrations
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