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A list of parasites of animals in the Netherlands was published in Tijdschrift voor Diereneeskunde in 1959 (Vol. 84, pages 892-900); the first supplement appeared in the same journal in 1966 (Vol. 91 pp. 747-749). This second supplement lists 53 additional arthropods and helminths encountered in...

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Cremers, H. J. W. M.; Jansen, J.; Swierstra, D.
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Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1975, 100, 22, pp 1209-1211
Abstract

In the Netherlands, Ostertagia ostertagi infection affects mainly young cattle during their first grazing period. The condition may be the subclinical form or the chronic form. Infection is most common in July when it results in the acute condition. Type II ostertagiasis occurs in the winter and...

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Jansen, J.; Swierstra, D.; Mirck, M. H.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1977, 102, 24, pp 1425-1427
Abstract

Brief notes are given on the clinical signs, pathology, life-cycle, economic loss, and chemotherapy of Parafilaria bovicola infection, in the light of its being reported in Sweden [see abstract above]. The possibility of its introduction into the Netherlands is briefly discussed.

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Jansen, J.; Over, H. J.; Ruitenberg, E. J.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1980, 105, 4, pp 158-160
Abstract

All bovine lungworms were Dictyocaulus viviparus, while those from roe deer, red deer and reindeer were D. eckerti. Hence there was little or no risk of cross infection between cattle and deer. The cervid lungworm described as D. noerneri was of doubtful taxonomic status.

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Jansen, J.; Borgsteede, F. H. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1990, 115, 4, pp 155-158

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