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Table 1 Details on final hosts and geographical localities of Fascioloides magna from North America analysed in the present study

From: Population structure and dispersal routes of an invasive parasite, Fascioloides magna, in North America and Europe

Na Nb Liver code Final host Locality Geographical coordinates USA state/ CA province Enzootic region
3 3 OR-33 Odocoileus hemionus columbianus (black-tailed deer) Salem 44°56′N, 123°02′W USA Oregon (OR) northern Pacific coast (NPC)
4 3 BC-1 Cervus elaphus roosevelti (Roosevelt elk) Vancouver Island 49°00′N, 127°00′W Canada British Columbia (BC)  
1 BC-2
89 10 AB-1 Cervus elaphus
canadensis
(wapiti)
Banff National
Park
51°12′N, 115°35′W Canada
Alberta (AB)
Rocky
Mountain
trench
(RMT)
3 AB-2
6 AB-3
3 AB-4
4 AB-6
9 AB-7
8 AB-9
8 AB-11
11 AB-12
7 AB-13
3 AB-14
1 AB-15
3 AB-17
4 AB-18
1 AB-1a
2 AB-2a
2 AB-3a
2 AB-4a
2 AB-5a
12 1 QC-1 Ovibos moschatus
(muskox)
Kuujjuaq
Tasiujaq
58°44′N, 70°02′W
58°06′N, 68°23′W
Canada Quebec (QC) northern Quebec and Labrador (NQL)
5 QC-2
4 QC-3
2 QC-4
1 1 NL-3 Rangifer tarandus
(caribou)
northern
Labrador
Nashaupi River
53°55′N, 60°44′W Canada
Labrador (NL)
 
14 1 MN-1 Odocoileus virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
Erskine, Hibbing 47°40′N, 96°00′W USA
Minnesota (MN)
Great Lakes region (GLR)
4 4 GA-31 O. virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
Georgia 32°48′N, 83°09′W USA
Georgia (GA)
Gulf Coast, Lower
Mississippi
and southern
Atlantic
seaboard
(SAS)
3 3 MS-35 O. virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
River Valley 32°32′N, 91°22′W USA
Mississippi (MS)
 
15 4
11
FL-36
FL-37
O. virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
White Oak plantation 30°44′N, 81°45′W USA
Florida (FL)
 
3 3 LA-39 O. virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
Tensas National
Wildlife Refuge
32°03′N, 91°15′W USA
Louisiana (LA)
 
28 5 SC-40 O. virginianus
(white-tailed deer)
Savannah River
Site
34°26′N, 82°51′W USA
South Carolina (SC)
 
5 SC-41
8 SC-42
7 SC-43
3 SC-45
176   38 total     
  1. N a number of F. magna specimens from the respective USA state or Canadian (CA) province
  2. N b number of flukes analysed from the respective final host individual