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The recommendations for the chemical, biological, vector and environmental management of fascioliasis in cattle and buffaloes in Asia are presented.

Author(s)
Copland, R. S.; Skerratt, L. F.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Overcoming liver fluke as a constraint to ruminant production in South-East Asia, 2008, pp 55-68
Abstract

Investigation of ponds and waterlogged areas in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India, revealed Indoplanorbis exustus shedding cercariae of Schistosoma spindale, S. indicum and S. nasale, and Lymnaea luteola shedding cercariae of S. incognitum and Orientobilharzia dattai. Examination of local livestock...

Author(s)
Agrawal, M. C.; Banerjee, P. S.; Shah, H. L.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1991, 85, 2, pp 231
Abstract

Rediae and cercariae were observed in 2 of 2024 Lymnaea truncatula from Betsukai-cho in the Nemuro district. Experimental infection of L. truncatula was induced by miracidia of Fasciola sp. from Betsukai-cho; rediae and cercariae were observed in 90 and 6 of 150 snails, respectively. L. truncatula ...

Author(s)
Nakaoka, Y.; Hasiba, T.; Takahashi, T.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1991, 44, 11, pp 1131-1134
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
Abstract

Lymnaea auricularia race rufescens and L. luteola were shown to transmit Fasciola gigantica in the Koshi hills of Nepal. In the Hattikharka panchayat, the highest numbers of snails occurred immediately after the end of the monsoon. Mature F. gigantica infections in the snails were detected from May ...

Author(s)
Morel, A. M.; Mahato, S. N.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1987, 19, 1, pp 33-38
Abstract

Infectivity and cercarial production of I. exustus related to variation of miracidial dose (1, 4, 10 or 20) of S. nasale and S. spindale from Sri Lanka were studied. The intermediate host-parasite relationships of the 2 schistosome species showed marked differences under the conditions of...

Author(s)
Bont, J. de; Vercruysse, J.; Aken, D. van; Southgate, V. R.; Rollinson, D.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1991, 65, 1, pp 1-7

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