Studies on the Prevalence of Arterial Worms and Meningeal Worms in Moose in the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming


The objectives of this study are to determine if the Shiras moose (Alces alces shirasi) in northwestern Wyoming is parasitized by arterial worms (Elaeophora schneideri Wehr and Eikmans) or meningeal worms (Paralaphostrongylus tenuis Dougherty). Both of these parasitic nematodes have been reported from moose elsewhere in North America, but no information is available on their occurrence in Wyoming. Project Number 198

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