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Museum of Southwestern Biology (MSB) Division of Parasitology
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The MSB parasite collection is global, but with strongest representation from Arctic and Boreal regions and from the Southwestern United States (specifically New Mexico).
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
Parasites of birds and mammals primarily, including a multi-continent collection of horsehair worms and avian Schistosomes.
|Class||Cestoda, Secernentea, Coccidia, Trematoda, Arachnida, Adenophorea, Insecta, Archiacanthocephala, Chromadorea, Gordioida, Maxillopoda, Palaeacanthocephala, Sporozoa, Kinetoplastea, Neoophora, Malacostraca, Magnoliopsida|
|Living Time Period||1945 to present|