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In 1985-88, faecal samples from 1450 cattle from 2 farming complexes in the Kopetdag plain, Turkmenistan, were examined for the presence of coccidian oocysts. The species Eimeria zuernii, E. bovis, E. ellipsoidalis, E. bukidnonensis, E. cylindrica, E. auburnensis, E. alabamensis and Isospora...

Glebezdin, V. S.
Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoĭ SSR. Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1990, No. 2, pp 22-26

Males and females of D. (Serdjukovia) ushakovae sp. nov. from the Chilik River valley, Kazakh SSR, USSR, are described. The new species is nearest to D. marginatus (in the structure of the gnathostoma) and D. niveus (in the structure of the peritrema, scutum and conscutum pigmentation and...

Filippova, N. A.; Panova, I. V.
Parazitologiya, 1987, 21, 3, pp 450-458

In Uzbekistan, USSR, 4.7 to 78.1% of cattle were infected with Stephanofilaria. S. assamensis was dominant in the Dzhizaksk region and Fergana valley and is a new geographical record for the USSR. S. stilesi was dominant in the Karakalpak ASSR and the Surkhandar'insk and Kashkadar'insk regions. The ...

Dadaev, S.; Kabilov, T. K.
Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1982, No.3, pp 47-50

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