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Volume 14, Number 8—August 2008

Research

Aquatic Invertebrates as Unlikely Vectors of Buruli Ulcer Disease

M. Eric Benbow*1Comments to Author , Heather Williamson†, Ryan Kimbirauskas*, Mollie D. McIntosh*, Rebecca Kolar*, Charles Quaye‡, Felix Akpabey§, D. Boakye‡, Pam Small†, and Richard W. Merritt*
Author affiliations: *Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA; †University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; ‡University of Ghana, East Legon, Ghana; §Water Resources Research Institute, Accra, Ghana;

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Figure 1 - Regional site map of water bodies sampled in Ghana for aquatic invertebrates during 2004, 2005, or both. Small maps on left show location of Ghana in Africa and location of regions sampled within Ghana (boxes).

Figure 1. Regional site map of water bodies sampled in Ghana for aquatic invertebrates during 2004, 2005, or both. Small maps on left show location of Ghana in Africa and location of regions sampled within Ghana (boxes).

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1Current affiliation: University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, USA.

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