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Volume 9, Number 10—October 2003

Research

Anthelmintic Baiting of Foxes against Urban Contamination with Echinococcus multilocularis

Daniel Hegglin*, Paul I. Ward*, and Peter Deplazes*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland

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Study area of the controlled anthelmintic baiting experiment in the conurbation of the city of Zürich. 50 Praziquantel-containing baits per km2 were delivered monthly in six 1-km2 bait areas and one 6-km2 bait area, that alternated along the urban fringe with six control areas. Black line, Zürich border.

Figure 1. Study area of the controlled anthelmintic baiting experiment in the conurbation of the city of Zürich. 50 Praziquantel-containing baits per km2 were delivered monthly in six 1-km2 bait areas and one 6-km2 bait area, that alternated along the urban fringe with six control areas. Black line, Zürich border.

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