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Chlamydophila: Bird Term of the Day

Definitions of words used by pet bird enthusiasts with the pet bird slant.

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Chlamydophila is an easily treatable condition. Consult your avian veterinarian for diagnosis.

Chlamydophila: (noun) This organism is a primitive bacterium that causes psittacosis. It is italicized because it is the genus name.

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Barbara, Kerrville, TX
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Thanks for the info
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