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This parasite was considered to be absent or rare in Florida raccoons until
2010 when Baylisascaris eggs were identified in several wild raccoons in
Leon County in north Florida.
General Baylisascaris Information
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For more information, see:
Reports of companion animal Lyme, Ehrlichia and Anaplasma illness in the US