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Reference to Cawston's researches upon the life cycle of South African trematodes has already been made in this Bulletin [1919. Vol. 7. No. 4. p. 208]. In various parts of the Union cattle and sheep are affected with a common reddish, conical-shaped, amphistome parasite of the intestine, and it...

Author(s)
Cawston F. G.
Citation
Farmer's Weekly, 1919,
Abstract

Reference to Cawston's researches upon the life cycle of South African trematodes has already been made in this Bulletin [1919. Vol. 7. No. 4. p. 208]. In various parts of the Union cattle and sheep are affected with a common reddish, conical-shaped, amphistome parasite of the intestine, and it...

Author(s)
Cawston F. G.
Citation
Natal Poultry Journal, 1920,
Abstract

Reference to Cawston's researches upon the life cycle of South African trematodes has already been made in this Bulletin [1919. Vol. 7. No. 4. p. 208]. In various parts of the Union cattle and sheep are affected with a common reddish, conical-shaped, amphistome parasite of the intestine, and it...

Author(s)
Cawston F. G.
Citation
Natal Poultry Journal, 1920,
Abstract

S. calls attention to the growing appreciation of the influence on disease outbreaks of environmental factors of every kind. He points out that soil and climate are the limiting factors of the character and density of vegetation, and hence also of animal populations and relationships, themselves of ...

Author(s)
Schmid, F.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 375-377
Abstract

In a study of 4 villages in the Nong Wai irrigation area in Northeast Thailand, and 2 villages in a non-irrigated area, it was found that the over-all parasitic infection rates of children (477 and 150, respectively) in irrigated and non-irrigated villages were similar. Hookworm (Necator...

Author(s)
Harinasuta, C.; Sornmani, S.; Migasena, P.; Vivatanasesth, P.; Pongpaew, P.; Intarakao, C.; Vudhivai, N.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1976, 7, 4, pp 601-621
Abstract

The spread of freshwater snails that act as intermediate hosts for various trematodes that cause diseases in man and in cattle is discussed. Examples of snail species (Physa acuta, Lymnaea columella, Biomphalaria straminea, Amerianna carinata, Indoplanorbis exustus, Helisoma duryi, Thiara...

Author(s)
Madsen, H.; Frandsen, F.
Citation
Acta Tropica, 1989, 46, 3, pp 139-146
Abstract

Investigation of ponds and waterlogged areas in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India, revealed Indoplanorbis exustus shedding cercariae of Schistosoma spindale, S. indicum and S. nasale, and Lymnaea luteola shedding cercariae of S. incognitum and Orientobilharzia dattai. Examination of local livestock...

Author(s)
Agrawal, M. C.; Banerjee, P. S.; Shah, H. L.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1991, 85, 2, pp 231
Abstract

One hundred and seventy drinking places for cattle were investigated from June 1986 to August 1988 in Ituri (north-east Zaïre) in order to assess the main freshwater snails which may act as intermediate hosts for animal and human trematodosis. 19 species of Gastropoda were recorded. 40% of the...

Author(s)
Chartier, C.; Bushu, M.; Kristensen, T. K.; Nzeymana, S.; Lubingo, M.; Cabaret, J.
Citation
Revue d'Hydrobiologie Tropicale, 1992, 25, 3, pp 189-196
Abstract

Fasciola hepatica is present throughout almost all of Argentina, where it primarily affects cattle and sheep but also, to a lesser extent, goats, horses and man. The intermediate snail host is Lymnaea viatrix which inhabits slow-moving rivers and ponds. The morphology, life cycle, pathology (of...

Author(s)
Toll Vera, J. R.; Gamboa, D. E.; Cruz, M. L.
Citation
Avance Agroindustrial, 1995, 16, 62, pp 18-21
Abstract

Fascioliasis is common in ruminants, pigs and humans in the Cajamarca area of northern Peru, where environmental conditions favour the spread of the intermediate host, Lymnaea viatrix. Guineapigs are frequently reared for food in Peru and are fed on kitchen waste, and ryegrass and alfalfa from ...

Author(s)
Gamarra, R. G.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1996, 28, 2, pp 143-144

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