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Cotylophoron cotylophorum was identified in the rumen of autochthonous cattle which died due to paramphistomiasis in the province of Potenza, Italy. The only other reports of this parasite in Europe were in France in 1938 and Bulgaria in 1967.

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Gentile, R.; Goffredo, G.; Sobrero, L.
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Acta Medica Veterinaria, 1977, 23, 4, pp 291-297
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Examination of faecal samples from cattle on 12 dairy farms in the Province of Milan, Italy, revealed a high prevalence of gastro-intestinal strongyle infection.The level of infection was related to husbandry practices. Ostertagia spp. L4 and adults were found in all and Haemonchus spp. and...

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Genchi, C.; Preti, R.; Celano, A.
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Rivista di Zootecnia e Veterinaria, 1979, No. 4, pp 234-238
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Agosti, M.; Genchi, C.
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Parassitologia, 1981, 23, 1/3, pp 101-102
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Faecal specimens were examined from cows, goats, sheep and pigs raised in Irpinia, Italy. 67 of 68 samples from cows were positive for parasites; the most prevalent were gastrointestinal strongyles (58), paramphistomes (17), coccidia (27) and Dictyocaulus viviparus (8). All goat/sheep samples were...

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Poglayen, G.; Genchi, G.; Lamartina, F.; Giovannini, A.
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Parassitologia, 1981, 23, 1/3, pp 225-226
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Lai, M.; Pintori, G.
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Atti della Societa Italiana di Buiatria, 1983, 14, pp 41-51
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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 (...

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Ambrosi, M.; Rossi, R.; Ducci, L.
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Atti della Società Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie, 1984, 38, pp 751-753
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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...

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Ambrosi, M.; Adorisio, P. L.; Grelloni, V.
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Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1986, 18, pp 571-577
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A review of the pharmacology, efficacy, toxicity, target species, and the withdrawal periods under Italian law of the principal anthelmintics used in Italy against stomach worms, lungworms and liver flukes in cattle, sheep and goats.

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Stracciari, J. M.; Zaghini, A.
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Summa, 1987, 4, 2, pp 107-115
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Among cattle slaughtered at Florence abattoir, liver flukes were present in 10 of 167 (6%) local cattle, 5 of 77 (6%) from Tuscany and 71 of 776 (9.1%) from other regions of Italy. Examination of faeces from 342 cattle on 99 farms revealed liver fluke eggs in 9.4% of cattle and 19% of farms. Also...

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Battelli, G.; Poglayen, G.; Martini, M.
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Summa, 1987, 4, 1, pp 45-49
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Battelli, G.; Martini, M.; Poglayen, G.; Restani, R.
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Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1988, 9, 5, pp 69-71

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