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Appl Environ Microbiol. Mar 1990; 56(3): 826–828.
PMCID: PMC183430

Isolation of Candida albicans and halophilic Vibrio spp. from aquatic birds in Connecticut and Florida.

Abstract

Halophilic vibrios were recovered from feces of six types of aquatic birds (gulls, pelicans, Canada geese, swans, egrets, cormorants) from Connecticut and/or Florida shorelines. Candida albicans was isolated from gulls and Canada geese in Connecticut and from gulls and cormorants in Florida.

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