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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

The author describes the following parasites: Libyostrongylus n. g., Libyostrongylus hebrenicutus n. sp. from the stomach and duodenum of a gorilla, Agriostomum vryburgi Railliet, 1902 (an amplified descrip-tion from parasites obtained from Bos indicus), Raillietostrongylus samoensis (Lane, 1922)...

Author(s)
Lane, C.
Citation
Parasitology, 1923, 15, 4, pp 348-364
Abstract

Dr. Alicata's monograph on parasitic infections in Hawaii was first published in 1964 as Technical Bulletin No. 61 of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station. The present book is a revised edition, with some additional illustrations (now 51) and references (total 335). It deals with protozoan,...

Author(s)
Alicata, J. E.
Publisher
Basel (& New York): S. Karger; Distributors in U.K.: Academic Press,
Citation
Parasites of man and animals in Hawaii., 1969, pp 190 pp.
Abstract

In this summary of the results of an enquiry carried out in 1973 on the incidence of diseases of animals and man in the islands of Western Samoa, American Samoa and Fiji, it is stated that in Western Samoa no tick-borne diseases occur, though the ticks Haemaphysalis longicornis Neum. and Amblyomma...

Author(s)
Steele, J. H.
Citation
International Journal of Zoonoses, 1977, 4, 1, pp 1-20
Abstract

Brief notes are given on factors affecting the epidemiology of Haemonchus contortus infection in sheep, factors affecting diagnosis, on the post-mortem picture, on differential diagnosis, on a typical case history, and on factors in control.

Author(s)
Gilmour, M. L.
Publisher
Palmerston North, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of the 12th seminar of the Sheep and Beef Cattle Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 8-12 November 1982., 1982, pp 342-345
Abstract

From regular observations it is considered that parasitism of ewes is a chronic, often unrecognized problem of immense proportions in New Zealand flocks. The problem is considered not amenable to generalized recommendations on ewe drenching, but requires careful investigation and definition on each ...

Author(s)
West, D. M.
Publisher
Palmerston North, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of the 12th seminar of the Sheep and Beef Cattle Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 8-12 November 1982., 1982, pp 236-245
Abstract

In the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea, gastro-intestinal nematodes caused poor growth rates and high mortality in undrenched calves when weaning preceded the wet season. Cooperia punctata and Haemonchus placei were the dominant species throughout the year with worm burdens and...

Author(s)
Owen, I. L.; Talbot, N. T.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1983, 15, 2, pp 115-123
Abstract

During 1983 most of the helminthological research carried out by the Institute was concentrated in Niger, Senegal and New Caledonia. In Niger, the helminths of Camelus dromedarius and sheep and their control were studied. In New Caledonia, 70% of pigs (the principal domestic animals) suffered from...

Publisher
IEMVT, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Rapport d'Activite, Institut d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1983., 1983, pp 99-102
Abstract

This review of parasites which are significant in deer production in New Zealand concentrates on Dictyocaulus viviparus and Elaphostrongylus cervi. Currently Cervus elaphus constitute about 85% of the farmed deer, and Dama dama about 14%. Protozoan, trematode, cestode, nematode and arthropod...

Author(s)
Watson, T. G.; Charleston, W. A. G.
Publisher
Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Biology of deer production. Proc. International Conf., Dunedin, New Zealand, 13-18 Feb. 1983., 1985, pp 105-117
Abstract

The life cycle, clinical signs, pathology, diagnosis, resistance, epidemiology and control of D. viviparus in farmed Cervus elaphus in New Zealand are briefly discussed.

Author(s)
Mason, P. C.
Publisher
Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Biology of deer production. Proc. International Conf., Dunedin, New Zealand, 13-18 Feb. 1983., 1985, pp 119-121

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