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  • Gastointestinal protozoa, amphibians

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    Gastointestinal protozoa, amphibians

    Protozoa are typically abundant in the amphibian GI tract and do not necessarily indicate disease. This wet mount of the feces of a poison dart frog was considered normal.

    Courtesy of the National Aquarium.

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