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Fasciola gigantica and hybrid Fasciola are distributed throughout Asia. Herein, we investigated the species of the Fasciola fluke distributed in three hotspots of fascioliasis in Cambodia. A total of 92 flukes collected from 21 slaughtered cattle from Kandal (44), Battambang (41), and Kratie (7)...

Author(s)
Loeurng, V.; Ichikawa-Seki, M.; Wannasan, A.; Sothyra, T.; Chaisowwong, W.; Tiwananthagorn, S.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2019, 273, pp 45-51
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Indigenous livestock resources in a changing climate: Indian perspective.

Biological diversity, the variability of life on earth, exists in the form of different species and breeds within the animal kingdom. This diversity is created in the process of molecular/biochemical/metabolic reactions, and acts as a critical measure of adaptation in changing climatic conditions....

Author(s)
Ahlawat, S. P. S.; Pushpendra Kumar; Kush Shrivastava; Sahoo, N. R.
ISBN
2015 CABI (H ISBN 9781780644325)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

L. meghalayensis sp. nov. (16 specimens) from the rumen of 2 cattle slaughtered at Shillong, India, is described. It differs from all known species of the genus in the structure of the pharynx and an acetabulum of 'streptocoelium-type'. It is further characterized by the Laurer's canal not crossing ...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Zoologischer Anzeiger, 1990, 225, 1/2, pp 63-70
Abstract

In northern Thailand, males of scarce Calyptra eustrigata, C. minuticornis minuticornis, C. orthograpta and C. fasciata sucked blood by piercing deep into various types of skin lesions, but C. minuticornis novaepommeraniae was not haematophagous in Papua New Guinea. Elephant was the principal host; ...

Author(s)
Bänziger, H.
Citation
Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 1986, 59, 1-2, pp 111-138
Abstract

Author(s)
Rahman, M. H.; Mondal, M. H.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1983, 7, 2, pp 173-174

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