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This photograph was captured during a 1974 arbovirus public health field study, involving the capture of local rodents, and testing them for the presence of arboviral organisms. This is a view of what is known as a Constantine bat trap, or wire collector, which had been installed within a cave entrance in order to trap bats inhabiting the interior of the cave.
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Creation Date:1974
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CDC Organization
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