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This report of an extensive survey of the indigenous and non-indigenous native population and of the European population of Southern Rhodesia contains a point of veterinary interest in connection with the schistosome species Schistosoma mattheei. This species was first described by VEGLIA and LE...

Blackie, W. K.
London School Hyg. & Trop. Med. Mem. Ser., 1932, 5, pp vi + 91 pp.

In this volume, the second in the series, the arrangement of the material is on the same lines as in the first volume and each article has a good list of references. Seven of the authors are from the U.S.A., two from New Zealand, one from Great Britain and one from South Africa.
Of great interest...

Brandly, C. A.; Jungherr, E. L.
New York: Academic Press, Inc.; London: Academic Books, Ltd.,
Advances in veterinary science. Vol. II., 1955, pp xii+449 pp.

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