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The following are among the more important of the species identified by the authors as affecting the domesticated animals:
" Nematoda. - Filaría cervina, Duj. A single specimen of this parasite was obtained from the abdominal cavity of a cow at the Georgetown Abattoir. It does not appear to be a...

Author(s)
Bodkin, G. E. ; Oleare, L. D., Jr.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1916, 7, Pt. 2, pp 179-190
Abstract

In this short paper Dickinson and Hill briefly describe a small series of experiments conducted by them at Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. These were commenced by McEACHRAN and Hill in 1914 for the purpose of determining the nature of the intermediate hosts of Onchocerca gibsoni. In...

Author(s)
Dickinson, C. G. ; Hill, G. P.
Publisher
Department for Trade and Customs, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Report. Department for Trade and Customs, 1916, pp 7 pp.
Abstract

This paper is of interest inasmuch as the methods that have been employed for the eradication of the gross animal parasites in the United States are briefly reviewed and the possibilities of further success based on our present knowledge of the life histories of the parasites are discussed. The...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H.
Publisher
Government Printing Office., Washington, USA
Citation
Paper presented before the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, U.S. A. Dec. 27, 1915-Jan. 8, 1916., 1917, pp 10 pp.
Abstract

This paper purports to describe the life of a veterinary surgeon in the tropics contrasting that in the West Indies, where the author was first stationed, with that in the Far East, where he is at present employed. It gives quite an interesting account of field work and incidence of disease in...

Author(s)
Ford, T. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 8, pp 45-54 pp.
Abstract

Of a large number of pigs slaughtered at Chicago rather more than 50 per cent. of those under five months old were found to be infested with Ascaris swum, and of those between 18 months and four years old the percentage was 35.
The life-history of the parasite has been worked out by STEWART,...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1920, 10, 2, pp 66-74
Abstract

The approximate numbers of livestock in Fiji are: -Cattle 80 000 horses and mules, 10, 000; sheep, 1, 000; goats, 6, 000; and pigs 4, 000. Annual birth-rate of cattle is estimated at 10, 000; the number killed for meat or exported, 4, 500; number of deaths from old age, disease, and Fijian...

Author(s)
Rainey, W.
Publisher
Govt. Ptr., Suva, Fiji
Citation
Agric. Circular. Department of Agriculture, Fiji., 1920, 1, 7, pp 119-132
Abstract

In this article Croveri describes an interesting neuro-muscular condition of cattle in Somaliland somewhat reminiscent of the chronic forms which are stated to occur sometimes in the South African cattle disease known as " lamziekte.'' Moreover, as transpired in the course of investigations into...

Author(s)
Croveri, P.
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1920, 43, 3, pp 65-92
Abstract

The views of the above two distinguished helminthologists upon, the relations of parasites and stockbreeding in tropical or sub-tropical countries are of great general interest. Hitherto the presence oí the tick in the Southern United States has stood solidly in the way oí a prosperous cattle...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H. ; Hall, M. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 394-429
Abstract

Parasitic bronchitis, due to Dictyocaulus viviparus and Gordius viviparus (Strongylus micrurus), is of frequent occurrence in Ruanda. It has occurred among the serum-makers belonging to the laboratory. These animals are grazed on grounds at 1, 500-1, 600 metres above sea-level. During the rainy...

Author(s)
Saceghem, R. Van
Citation
Bulletin agricole du Congo belge, 1923, 14, 1, pp 50-56
Abstract

Three diseases are described in this paper, namely, lariasis of the camel, "Sarbun" of the Kirgiz sheep, and "Siburlak" of the horse. Filariasis of the camel was first described by JAKIMOFF, and the author is of the opinion that JAKIMOFF'S description leaves something to be desired. A full report...

Author(s)
Zeiss, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1927, 35, 23, pp 364-367

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