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Volume 5, Number 1—February 1999

Research

A Longitudinal Study of Sin Nombre Virus Prevalence in Rodents, Southeastern Arizona

Amy J. Kuenzi, Michael L. Morrison, Don E. Swann, Paul C. Hardy, and Giselle T. Downard
Author affiliations: University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Figure 1

Population trends of brush mice, as determined by the minimum number known to be alive, Santa Rita Experimental Range, southeastern Arizona, May 1995–December 1997.

Figure 1. Population trends of brush mice, as determined by the minimum number known to be alive, Santa Rita Experimental Range, southeastern Arizona, May 1995–December 1997.

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