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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Research

Elimination of Arctic Variant Rabies in Red Foxes, Metropolitan Toronto

R. C. Rosatte*Comments to Author , M. J. Power†1, D. Donovan*, J. C. Davies*, M. Allan*, P. Bachmann*, B. Stevenson*, A. Wandeler‡, and F. Muldoon‡
Author affiliations: *Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada; †Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Maple, Ontario, Canada; ‡Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Nepean, Ontario, Canada; 1Now retired.;

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Rabies cases in metropolitan Toronto, 1965–2006. Total includes all species that were reported rabid, most of which were bats.

Figure 1. Rabies cases in metropolitan Toronto, 1965–2006. Total includes all species that were reported rabid, most of which were bats.

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