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Erratum to: Dogs, cats, parasites, and humans in Brazil: opening the black box


Unfortunately, we found an error in Fig. 3 of our published paper [1]. The order of the images 3 L to 3P is not correct. The corrected version of Fig. 3 is included below. This correction also applies to the electronic supplementary material (Authors’ original file for Fig. 3 13071_2013_1729_MOESM4_ESM.tif).

Fig. 3

Ectoparasites of dogs and cats. Line drawings for the identification of common dog and cat ectoparasites (fleas: af; lice: gj and mites: kp) found in Brazil. For details see Table 3

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    Dantas-Torres F, Otranto D. Dogs, cats, parasites, and humans in Brazil: opening the black box. Parasit Vectors. 2014;7:22. doi:10.1186/1756-3305-7-22.

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Dantas-Torres, F., Otranto, D. Erratum to: Dogs, cats, parasites, and humans in Brazil: opening the black box. Parasites Vectors 9, 298 (2016).

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