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Volume 12, Number 12—December 2006

Research

Borrelia garinii in Seabird Ticks (Ixodes uriae), Atlantic Coast, North America

Robert P. Smith*Comments to Author , Sabir Bin Muzaffar†, Jennifer Lavers†, Eleanor H. Lacombe*, Bruce K. Cahill*, Charles B. Lubelczyk*, Allen Kinsler*, Amy J. Mathers*, and Peter W. Rand*
Author affiliations: *Maine Medical Center Research Institute, South Portland, Maine, USA; †Memorial University of Newfoundland, Saint John's, Newfoundland, Canada

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Figure 1

Locations in Maine (USA) and Atlantic Canada where Ixodes uriae ticks were collected.

Figure 1. Locations in Maine (USA) and Atlantic Canada where Ixodes uriae ticks were collected.

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