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On his return, Wilson worked for the Grouse Disease Commission, before accepting a position on Scott's subsequent expedition, which sealed his fame and earned him a place in the pantheon of national heroes.
- An early idea to explain population cycles in Red Grouse was that "overcrowding creates disease" Dougall (1875), and Wilson and Leslie (1911) showed that a parasitic cecal threadworm caused "grouse disease." High average burdens of threadworms are sometimes associated with population declines.
Grouse disease. Pages 185-206 in Committee of Enquiry on Grouse Disease.