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Volume 23, Number 12—December 2017

Research

Bourbon Virus in Field-Collected Ticks, Missouri, USA

Harry M. SavageComments to Author , Kristen L. Burkhalter, Marvin S. Godsey, Nicholas A. Panella, David C. Ashley, William L. Nicholson, and Amy J. Lambert
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (H.M. Savage, K.L. Burkhalter, M.S. Godsey, Jr., N.A. Panella, A.J. Lambert); Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA (D.C. Ashley); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (W.L. Nicholson)

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Locations of 6 tick sampling sites surveyed in northwestern Missouri, USA, during 2013 (indicated by site numbers), showing proximity of site to Bourbon County, Kansas (bottom center of map). Inset maps show location of area in main map (top, dashed box) and location of state of Missouri in the United States (bottom, gray shading).

Figure 1. Locations of 6 tick sampling sites surveyed in northwestern Missouri, USA, during 2013 (indicated by site numbers), showing proximity of site to Bourbon County, Kansas (bottom center of map). Inset maps show location of area in main map (top, dashed box) and location of state of Missouri in the United States (bottom, gray shading).

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