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Cattle, buffaloes and goats of West Bengal, India, were examined for Stephanofilaria assamensis infection with diagnosis made by clinical and microscopical examination. Of 6524 cattle, 1029 (15.77%) were positive for stephanofilariasis with the highest prevalence (18.38%) recorded in Midnapore...

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Roy, S.; Mishra, S. K.
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Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 4, 2, pp 41-43
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The morphology of Setaria digitata and S. marshalli is described and figured using SEM. The specimens were collected from the abdominal cavities of cattle from Taichung Abattoir, Taiwan, from August 1989 to March 1990. 562 nematodes were collected from 171 Holstein cattle, 55 yellow cattle and 75...

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Wang, J. S.; Lee, Y. S.; Tung, K. C.
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Journal of the Chinese Society of Veterinary Science, 1990, 16, 1, pp 55-61
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Rashid, J.; Khan, T. M.
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Buffalo Bulletin, 1991, 10, 3, pp 66-69
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Injection of blackflies with 2 types of bovine Onchocerca microfilariae (mf) (hitherto regarded as different stages of O. gutturosa) obtained from engorged Simulium spp. or umbilical skins of slaughtered cattle in Oita, Japan, was carried out to determine whether they could develop to 3rd-stage...

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Takaoka, H.
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Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1990, 18, 2, pp 183-188
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Dissections of female blackflies collected while attacking a cow at the Omyojin Farm, Iwate, northern Japan, showed that 4.4% of 1104 Simulium daisense, 0.8% of 913 S. aokii, 0.5% of 741 S. iwatense and 0.9% of 340 S. nikkoense examined were naturally infected with filarial larvae. There were at...

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Takaoka, H.; Aoki, C.; Hayakawa, H.
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Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1992, 20, 1, pp 1-9
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Female blackflies were collected in 1988-89 at 5 cattle sheds (i.e. from windows, or flying around cattle or man) in Oita, southern Japan, where human zoonotic onchocerciasis had occurred. Among the 8 Simulium species captured, S. bidentatum was predominant, followed by S. arakawae. Natural...

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Takaoka, H.; Bain, O.
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Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1990, 18, 1, pp 1-10
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The filarial nematodes encountered in Orissa, India, during postmortem examination of 87 sheep, 71 goats, 57 humped cattle, 28 fowls, 14 buffaloes, 8 Jersey bulls, 7 dogs, 2 cats and one camel, are reported. In addition, a further 1083 cattle and 817 buffaloes were examined from various villages in ...

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Patnaik, M. M.
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Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 6, pp 573-574
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Cerebrospinal setariosis, or lumbar paralysis, caused by infection with S. digitata in sheep and goats results in serious economic losses in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Seasonal fluctuations of vector mosquitoes were studied using light traps from May to October during 1989 and 1990. The traps were...

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Hagiwara, S.; Suzuki, M.; Shirasaka, S.; Kurihara, T.
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Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1992, 43, 4, pp 291-295
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Blood meals of females of Culex fatigans [C. quinquefasciatus] (1084 collected from human dwellings, 79 from cowsheds and 109 from pigpens), the local vector of Wuchereria bancrofti, from De Jiang county in north-east Guizhou, and of Anopheles sinensis and A. lesteri (71 and 215 from human...

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Wang, S. H.; Zheng, H. J.
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Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1989, 20, 2, pp 175-177
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In the Shertallai region of Kerala, India, M. annulifera and M. uniformis were recorded throughout the year (May 1987-April 1988), while M. indiana was seasonal and few in number. Their respective indoor resting densities were 3.29, 0.25 and 0.10 per man/h and their man biting densities were 24.67, ...

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Sabesan, S.; Kumar, N. P.; Krishnamoorthy, K.; Panicker, K. N.
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Indian Journal of Medical Research. Section A, Infectious Diseases, 1991, 93, July, pp 253-258

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