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Piroplasmoses are tick-borne protozoan diseases caused by hemoprotozoan parasites with considerable economic, veterinary and medical impact worldwide. Here, the presence and diversity of piroplasmids was investigated in ticks collected from domestic and wild hosts in a typical subtropical...

Author(s)
Chisu, V.; Alberti, A.; Zobba, R.; Foxi, C.; Masala, G.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Acta Tropica, 2019, 196, pp 60-65
Abstract

This proceedings presents abstracts submitted at the DVG-annual meeting on " Parasitology and parasitic diseases", held in Munich, Germany, 7th-9th July 2010. Topics focused on the following: internal parasites in horses and ruminants (5 papers), internal parasites in ruminants, pigs, and...

Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere, 2010, 38, 4, pp A1-A24
Abstract

Over 300 new records of ticks from Abruzzo and other regions of Italy are recorded, with notes on the ecology of each of the 18 species listed. These are species of Argas (2), Ornithodoros (1), Ixodes (6), Haemaphysalis (3), Dermacentor (1), Rhipicephalus (3) and Hyalomma (2). Among the recorded...

Author(s)
Manilla, G.
Citation
Parassitologia, 1985, 27, 3, pp 279-295
Abstract

In cattle, sheep and goats, heavily infested with Dermacentor ticks, there was restlessness, staggering gait and intense anaemia. Some animals went down and were unable to rise again. Symptoms, which were severest in those animals heavily infested about the head region, disappeared after removal of ...

Author(s)
Tasselli, E.
Citation
Veterinaria italiana, 1958, 9, pp 909-912
Abstract

A very comprehensive account of the geographical and seasonal distribution and of the host relationships of ticks found in North America. Very useful host lists and maps showing distribution in the U.S.A. are given for each of the most important species from information based on the records and...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.; Trembley, H. L.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1945, 81, pp 1-54
Abstract

Coccidiosis in Eritrea is caused by Coccidium [Eimerta] tenellum and is of frequent occurrence.
Although it is a prevailing opinion amongst poultry breeders that fowl cholera exists in Eritrea, all suspected cases examined at the serum-vaccine laboratory gave negative results.
Numerous spirilla were...

Author(s)
Pirani, A.
Citation
Clinica veterinaria e rassegna di polizia sanitaria e di igiena, 1933, 56, pp 341-348
Abstract

These observations were made at the Veterinary Establishment at Zambi, in a country where until recently stockbreeding had never existed.
(1) Larvae producing animal myiases in the Lower Congo.
(a) Bot Oestridae. -In the digestive tract of an elephant killed in the Kassai district were found two...

Author(s)
Roubaud, E. ; Van Saceghem, R.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1916, 9, 10, pp 763-767 pp.

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