Increased Prevalence of Trichinella spp., Northeastern Germany, 2008
Gunter Pannwitz1, Anne Mayer-Scholl1 , Aleksandra Balicka-Ramisz, and Karsten Nöckler
Author affiliations: Veterinär-und Lebensmittelüberwachungsamt Ostvorpommern, Anklam, Germany (G. Pannwitz); Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Berlin, Germany (A. Mayer-Scholl, K. Nöckler); West Pomeranian University, Szczecin, Poland (A. Balicka-Ramisz)
Figure 1. Yearly prevalence of Trichinella spp. in wild boars in A) Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania and B) Ostvorpommern, Germany. Nonoverlapping error bars indicate significance at p<0.05. Squares, Germany other than Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania; triangles, Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania; circles, Ostvorpommern; diamonds, Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania.
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