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Two new species of nematode worms of the genus Ostertagia from the Virginia deer

Gerald Dikmans

Two new species of nematode worms of the genus Ostertagia from the Virginia deer

with a note on Ostertagia lyrata

by Gerald Dikmans

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ostertagia.,
  • Mammals -- Parasites.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .U55 vol. 79, art. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6286755M
    LC Control Number33006110
    OCLC/WorldCa29111213

      New species of Spiruridae (Nemata: Spirurida) from endemic Hawaiian honeycreepers (Passeriformes: Drepanididae), the Japanese white-eye (Passeriformes: Zosteropidae) and a new species of Acuariidae (Nemata: Spirurida) from the Japanese white-eye collected on the island of Hawaii. Proc. Helminthol. Soc. Wash. Colgrove, D.J.   Goals / Objectives Characterize parasite biodiversity in ruminants, other food animals and equines by integration of comparative morphology and molecular systematics. Detect, identify, and classify parasites to define geographic distribution and host associations and to recognize and reduce the impact of cryptic, emergent, exotic and invasive ://

    A comparison of two integrated approaches of controlling nematode parasites in small ruminants. Vet. Parasitol. , , – [Google Scholar] Hostea, H.; Torres-Acostab, J.F.J. Non chemical control of helminths in ruminants: Adapting solutions for changing worms in a changing world. Vet. Parasitol. , , –   Parasites in Goats 1. PARASITES AND GOATS DAKOTA GOAT ASSOCIATION STATE WIDE GOAT CONFERENCE - OCTO SUSAN SCHOENIAN Sheep & Goat Specialist University of Maryland Extension [email protected] - () x - ps://

    Typically only a few inches in length, some members of this species have been known to grow to a serpentine 14 inches. Earthworms’ bodies are made up of ring-like segments called :// The following two images are of an unidentified species of Cotylaspis. The top image is unstained. Cotylurus sp. The life cycles of most members of this genus are similar. The adult worms are found in the gut of the definitive host, often a bird, and eggs are passed in the ://


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Two new species of nematode worms of the genus Ostertagia from the Virginia deer by Gerald Dikmans Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Dikmans}, year={} } Two new species of nematode worms of the genusOstertagia from the Virginia deer, with a note onOstertagia lyrata. Proc. US Nat. Mus, Art. 6, 1–6 () Google Scholar. Dróżdż, J.: Studies on helminths and helminthiasis in Cervidae. Revision of the subfamily Ostertagiinae Sarwar, and an attempt to explain the phylogenesis of its   In Veterinary Medicine (Eleventh Edition), Etiology.

The nematode genera Trichostrongylus, Ostertagia, Cooperia, and Nematodirus (known locally as scour worms or hair worms) often occur together in the alimentary tract of ruminants. Their combined effects on the host, together with those of other alimentary nematodes such as Oesophagostomum and the hookworms, are commonly DikmansG.

() Two new species of nematode worms of the genus Ostertagia from the Virginia deer, with a note on Ostertagia lyrata. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, (), 79, Art. 6, 1–6. Google Scholar Two New Species of Nematode Worms of the Genus Ostertagia from the Virginia Deer with a Note on Ostertagia Lyrata.

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Examination of males of Skrjabinagia buriatica from sheep in Mongolia and 8 specimens of Ostertagia dikmansi from Odocoileus virginianus in USA has shown that the latter species is a member of the genus Skrjabinagia and becomes S.

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Antibiotic-associated diarrhea. The New England Journal of Medicine (): Parasitic diseases of cattle impair health, reproduction, growth, and productivity. In severe cases, parasitic diseases may even cause death.

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BYE, K., and O. HALVORSEN. Isolation of Elaphostrongylus rangiferi from wild reindeer in Scandinavia. Veterinary Record 1 Recovered two adult worms from reindeer they believed was killed by E. cervi. CAMERON, T.W.M. On two new species of nematodes from the Scottish red deer. Journal of Helminthology 9: Description of two new species of Polychaeta from Wood's Hole, Massachusetts., by John Percy Moore (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Description of two new species of Stricklandinia [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), by E.

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