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The war on parasites: the pigeon’s eye view, the oviraptorosaur’s eye view

Here’s an old article ‘from the archives’. Actually, it’s two articles combined: both originally appeared at Tet Zoo ver 1 in 2006, and both are included together in Tetrapod Zoology Book One. I’ve made no effort to update the text (bar minor tweaks). If I did, I’d write about the various new Cretaceous fleas and other parasitic or possibly parasitic arthropods since reported from the Mesozoic fossil record. Other additions and corrections would be included as well – hey, we can cover them in the comments section.

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