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Volume 17, Number 7—July 2011

Letter

Melioidosis in Birds and Burkholderia pseudomallei Dispersal, Australia

Vanya Hampton1, Mirjam Kaestli1, Mark Mayo, Jodie Low Choy, Glenda Harrington, Leisha Richardson, Suresh Benedict, Richard Noske, Stephen T. Garnett, Daniel Godoy, Brian G. Spratt, and Bart J. CurrieComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Menzies School of Health Research–Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia (V. Hampton, M. Kaestli, M. Mayo, J. Low Choy, G. Harrington, L. Richardson, B.J. Currie); School for Environmental Research–Charles Darwin University, Darwin (R. Noske, S.T. Garnett); Berrimah Veterinary Laboratories, Darwin (S. Benedict); Imperial College, London, UK (D. Godoy, B.G. Spratt)

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Images from necropsy of yellow-bibbed lorikeet that died of melioidosis, showing multiple diffuse nodular lesions in the liver (A) and spleen (B). Photographs by Jodie Low Choy.

Figure. Images from necropsy of yellow-bibbed lorikeet that died of melioidosis, showing multiple diffuse nodular lesions in the liver (A) and spleen (B). Photographs by Jodie Low Choy.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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