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Abstract

Faecal investigations were performed on 27 farms in Umbria, Toscano and Lazio, Italy. There were approximately 7400 cattle, of which at least 10% were examined individually. Ostertagia sp. and Trichostrongylus sp. were detected on 19 farms, Cooperia sp. on 15, Haemonchus sp. on 12, Oesophagostomum...

Author(s)
Ambrosi, M.; Polidori, G. A.
Citation
Nuovo Progresso Veterinario, 1978, 33, 3, pp 124-125
Abstract

Examination of cattle imported into Italy from France revealed gastrointestinal nematodes (in 82.6% of 2320), Dictyocaulus (in 10.6% of 2320), Fasciola (in 33.9% of 1450), mange (in 12.6% of 2200, mostly Psoroptes but also Sarcoptes), Hypoderma bovis (in 27% of 1815) and various helminths (...

Author(s)
Ambrosi, M.; Rossi, R.; Ducci, L.
Citation
Atti della Società Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie, 1984, 38, pp 751-753
Abstract

Vegetation of the area favoured the spread of endoparasites. Faecal examinations carried out on cattle on 88 farms revealed strongylosis, dicrocoeliasis, paramphistomiasis and coccidiosis to be widespread, while fascioliasis, Moniezia infection, strongyloidosis, trichuriasis and ascaridiasis were...

Author(s)
Ambrosi, M.; Adorisio, P. L.; Grelloni, V.
Citation
Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1986, 18, pp 571-577