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Lacazia loboi (syn. Loboa loboi ), the etiological agent of lobomycosis, was compared in human and dolphin tissue using light and electron microscopy, and computer-assisted morphometrics. The histological features of the lesions were similar; however, preliminary electron microscopy data indicates that cell wall destruction may vary in the two hosts. Calcofluor stained tissue sections of human and dolphin tissue were examined with UV light microscopy and the images digitized. Measurements ofdoi:10.1080/714030877 fatcat:qmfduzzhb5blbpakyyeyyivj44