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SUMMARYCross-species infection among humans, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and baboons (Papiospp.) is potentially a significant public health issue in Africa, and of concern in the conservation ofP. troglodytes. However, to date, no statistical comparisons have been made between the prevalence, richness and composition of parasite communities in sympatric populations of baboons andP. troglodytes. We compared parasite communities in sympatricP. troglodytesandPapio papioliving in a wildernessdoi:10.1017/s0031182015000104 pmid:25731985 fatcat:lmm6wpiqd5cd7e3vrlsao4jtfq