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Abstract

Japanese species of Lymnaea were exposed to miracidia of F. hepatica from cattle in New South Wales, Australia. 83.3% of L. ollula and 38.5% of L. auricularia swinhoei became infected but L. truncatula and L. japonica did not. The larvae developed rapidly in L. ollula and cercariae were shed...

Author(s)
Itagaki, T.; Fujiwara, S.; Mashima, K.; Itagaki, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1988, 50, 5, pp 1085-1091