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I. The authors report what they claim to be the first record of the helminths mentioned below: -Fasciola hepática was found, in the European bison and elk, apparently originating from infested red or fallow deer on the same ground. Eggs of Moniezia sp. were found in the faeces of the elk and bison, ...

Author(s)
Wetzel, R.; Enigk, K.
Citation
S. B. Ges. naturf. Fr. Berl, 1936, pp 162-164 pp.
Abstract

Where there was cobalt, copper and iron deficiency in the pastures it was found that better results were obtained by feeding these minerals to cattle as a supplement than by constantly changing the pastures.
Analysis of data on length of useful life of 2, 109 bulls showed that on an average their...

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U.S. A. FLORIDA., 1946, pp 206 + vi ; 49, 51-56 pp.
Abstract

An account is given of complete and partial P.M. examinations carried out in Switzerland during 1946 on a wild goat, two deer, eight chamois, 22 roe deer, 130 hares, two marmots, three foxes and a wild boar. These animals or some of their organs had been sent in to the Institute in Lausanne after...

Author(s)
Bouvier, G.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1947, 89, pp 240-254
Abstract

During the winters of 1973/74 and 1974/75 the viscera of 57 red deer from the Bavarian Forest National Park were examined for helminth parasites. 18 species were discovered, the commonest being Ostertagia spp. (50.9%), Oesophagostomum radiatum (45.6%), Spiculopteragia spiculoptera (43.9%),...

Author(s)
Schweisgut, I.
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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munchen.,
Citation
Untersuchungen uber de Endoparasitenbefall des Rotwildes im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald in den Jagdjahren 1973/74 und 1974/75., 1975, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

During 1973 to 1976 parasitological investigations were made on the lungs and entrails of roe deer from 2 game reserves near the Rhine, GFR. The numbers of nematodes from the organs of 153 deer were correlated with the numbers of ova in the faeces, except for whipworms which were more numerous than ...

Author(s)
Dingeldein, W.
Citation
Zeitsherift fur Jadgwissenschaft, 1977, 23, 2, pp 81-89
Abstract

The occurrence and seasonal trends of nematode parasite infections in beef cattle on the Tablelands and North Coast regions of New South Wales are described, based on worm counts from 627 spring-born steers slaughtered at 2-monthly intervals from 6 to 24 months of age. The predominant parasites...

Author(s)
Smeal, M. G.; Hotson, I. K.; Mylrea, P. J.; Jackson, A. R.; Campbell, N. J.; Kirton, H. C.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1977, 53, 12, pp 566-573
Abstract

During 1976-1981, the viscera of 215 roe deer were examined by usual methods for helminth eggs and larval stages, and the helminths in the intestines and lungs were identified and counted. It was shown that the examination of faeces samples alone was not sufficient to evaluate the parasite burden....

Author(s)
Dingeldein, W.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1982, 37, 3, pp 212...220
Abstract

In the periods from January to December, 1980, and May to April, 1982, helminth parasites of bovines were surveyed (through monthly faecal examination (EPG), culture from faeces (LPG) and necropsies) in the Itaju do Colônia Region, Bahia, Brazil (Itapetinga Pastoral Agrosystem). Faecal egg counts...

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Santana, J. C. R.; Barbosa, S. J.; Neto, R. B.; Luz, E. A. T. da
Citation
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira, 1989, 24, 10, pp 1235-1240
Abstract

A group of 150 fallow deer were weaned in April 1989 on to improved pasture. Two thirds of the group were well grown. The remaining deer showed clinical signs of weight loss and diarrhoea and approximately 15 died. In May, 10 of the well grown animals had an average faecal egg count (FEC) of 40 epg ...

Author(s)
Mylrea, G. E.; Mulley, R. C.; English, A. W.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1991, 68, 2, pp 74-75
Abstract

In a large number of faecal egg counts carried out on Rusa deer, 92% were negative, demonstrating a high resistance to parasitosis in these animals. In a few cases, eggs of Trichuris and of Oesophagostomum, and larvae of Dictyocaulus viviparus were found. The tick Boophilus microplus was present,...

Author(s)
Briant, E.; Chardonnet, L.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire de Nouvelle Calédonie, 1993, No.16, pp 17-21

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