Seasonal prevalence of Haemoproteus columbae and its vector Pseudolynchia canariensis in the feral pigeon (Columba livia) population of Detroit, Michigan has been studied for 5 years. The greatest prevalence of H. columbae infection occurs during fall and winter and is lowest during the spring, correlating with changes in the vector population.
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