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S. labiatopapillosa infections in cattle in the Uzbek SSR showed seasonal peaks in winter and spring. The infection rate of the vector, Aedes caspius, was 0.18-0.30%. Factors influencing infection rates in cattle are discussed.

Dadaev, S.; Siddikov, B. Kh.
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 133-138

A series of studies on cerebrospinal filariasis of horses and goats were carried out in China, from 1962-1985. The causative agent was found to be Setaria digitata, which normally inhabits the peritoneal cavities of cattle. The intermediate hosts were found to be mosquitoes, mainly Anopheles...

Han, G. C.; Huang, G. Q.; Zhu, Q. W.; Zhang, H. C.
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 16, 5, pp 7-9

Various blood-sucking arthropods, including 9 species of mosquitoes, 3 species of flies and 2 of ticks, caught in the vicinity of or on cattle and buffaloes in India, were screened as possible vectors of S. cervi. The mosquitoes included laboratory strains of Aedes scatophagoides and A. aegypti ...

Khan, F. A.; Ansari, J. A.
Helminthologia, 1990, 27, 3, pp 195-201

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