2 edition of Diseases of canaries found in the catalog.
Diseases of canaries
|Statement||by Robert Stroud ; edited by Herbert C. Sanborn.|
|Contributions||Sanborn, Herbert Charles, 1873-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
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Finch and Canary Diseases. Aspergillus. This is a fungal infection, brought on by damp living conditions and/or stress.
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This list is based on our best available surveillance data and risk assessment information at the time of posting. It is not a complete list of diseases that may be present in a destination. Risks may vary within different areas of a destination. Canaries (Serinus canaria) infected with canary bornaviruses (Passeriform 1 bornavirus) can show PDD-like clinical signs and pathologic lesions.
10,11 Experimental infection did not result in clinical disease or significant pathology; however, horizontal transmission to in-contact birds did occur.
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Stroud would write two books, “Diseases of Canaries” and “Stroud’s Digest to the Diseases of Birds,” gaining respect for his abilities and observations in the bird field.
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