Hemolytic bacteria, phenotypically related to organisms previously identified as Pasteurella haemolytica and tentatively named Taxon 20, were isolated from cases of purulent bronchopneumonia and from conjunctivitis in European brown hares (Lepus europaeus). The bronchopneumonia, sometimes accompanied by lesions in other organs, occurred without other concomitant disease. The conjunctivitis was found mainly in animals suffering from the European brown hare syndrome.
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Vol. 27 • No. 4