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Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

Research

Wild Ducks as Long-Distance Vectors of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus (H5N1)

Juthatip Keawcharoen*, Debby van Riel*, Geert van Amerongen*, Theo Bestebroer*, Walter E. Beyer*, Rob van Lavieren*, Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus*, Ron A.M. Fouchier*, and Thijs Kuiken*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands;

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Appendix Figure 1

Distribution in the eastern hemisphere of the 6 wild duck species used in this study. Yellow, summer (breeding) range; blue: winter range; green, permanent range. (Sources: del Hoyo J, Elliot A, Sargatal J, editors. Handbook of the birds of the world. Volume 1: Ostrich to ducks. Barcelona: Lynx Edicions, 1992; Mullarney K, Svensson L, Zetterström D, Grant PJ. ANWB bird guide of Europe [in Dutch]. Baarn, the Netherlands: Tirion Uitgevers, 2000.)

Appendix Figure 1. Distribution in the eastern hemisphere of the 6 wild duck species used in this study. Yellow, summer (breeding) range; blue: winter range; green, permanent range. (Sources: del Hoyo J, Elliot A, Sargatal J, editors. Handbook of the birds of the world. Volume 1: Ostrich to ducks. Barcelona: Lynx Edicions, 1992; Mullarney K, Svensson L, Zetterström D, Grant PJ. ANWB bird guide of Europe [in Dutch]. Baarn, the Netherlands: Tirion Uitgevers, 2000.)

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