Canidae

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Can·i·dae

(kan'i-dē),
A family of the Carnivora including the dogs, coyotes, wolves, and foxes.
[L. canis, dog]

Canidae

a family which includes 14 genera; the two commonest are the dogs (Canis spp.) and the foxes (Vulpes spp.). Includes exotic Canidae, e.g. dingo.
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Human infection occurs due to ingestion of the tapeworm eggs acquired from the feces of the definitive canid host; most people become infected with E.
Previous studies have shown that a wide variety of both natural and artificial products have been used to attract and survey swift fox and other canids (Kitchen et al.
If any animals were more apt than others to make this social and symbolic passage, they were probably canids.
To the Editor: Leishmaniasis is found in canids in [approximately equal to] 50 of the 88 countries where leishmaniases are found in humans (1).
A serological survey of infectious disease in Yellowstone National Park's canid community.
By using 3 algorithms, sequences obtained from 7 wild canids clustered with L.
Ectoparasites commonly are observed on wild canids, but fleas seem to be extremely abundant on swift foxes.
Mexico has a rich and diverse record of canids in the late Pleistocene (Mammalia, Carnivora, Canidae).
Donkeys apparently have an inherent dislike for dogs and other canids.
All 4 insects collected from near the museum had fed on canids (dog/coyote/wolf; Canis spp.
infantum, found from People's Republic of China to the New World, where it infects humans, dogs, and wild canids.
serrata, commonly called tongue worms, typically inhabit canids and felids.