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Faecal samples from Cervus elaphus were collected monthly in southern Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, from a hunting ground and a game reserve in 1986-1989 and from a deer farm in 1988-1989. The helminths present were Dictyocaulus viviparus, Varestrongylus sagittatus and Elaphostrongylus cervi. E. cervi ...

Author(s)
Řezáč, P.
Citation
Folia Venatoria, 1991, No. 21, pp 37-50
Abstract

In the period 1987-89 the lungs of 30 red deer were examined histologically; the lungs of 4 contained adult and immature stages of Varestrongylus sagittatus, 19 had immature stages of Elaphostrongylus cervi and 10 had Dictyocaulus viviparus. Those with V. sagittatus had a lobular catarrhal...

Author(s)
Řezáč, P.; Blažek, K.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinární Medicína, 1991, 36, 5, pp 315-320
Abstract

Over the 10 year period, 442 700 faecal and skin samples from cattle and 106 821 samples from sheep were tested in state veterinary laboratories in Czechoslovakia. The mean infection rates for cattle and sheep were: coccidia 3.1-5.7% and 15.9-20.2%, respectively, Fasciola hepatica 1.1-5.1% and...

Author(s)
Zajíček, D.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1987, 37, 3, pp 114-116
Abstract

Pairs of milch cows (one nematode-infected and one uninfected) on 2 farms in Czechoslovakia received either 10 mg/kg body-weight of pure levamisole orally or 30 ml Nilverm/animal by drench; similar but untreated pairs were controls. By day 50 after levamisole treatment one previously infected cow...

Author(s)
Prokopič, J.; Kotrlá, B.; Pavlásek, I.; Raškova, H.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1984, 34, 3, pp 102-104
Abstract

Examinations in the course of 5 years of game animals in southern Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, showed Capreocaulus capreoli to be the most frequent lungworm in roe deer and Dictyocaulus viviparus present as weak or average infections; annual rates of lungworm infections varied from 27 to 100%. Bicaulus ...

Author(s)
Dvořákovahacek˜, L.
Citation
Veterinárství, 1986, 36, 11, pp 509-510
Abstract

Some 4000 roe deer inhabit the Blansko area of Czechoslovakia. Between 1981 and 1986, 682 faecal samples and 458 animals were examined for helminths. Mebendazole (as Mebenvet 10% granules) was offered in the feeding places of deer in 1981 to 1983, Helmisan [oxyclozanide levamisole] in 1984 and...

Author(s)
Mleinek, J.
Citation
Veterinárství, 1986, 36, 11, pp 511-512
Abstract

The gastrointestinal nematodes present in young cattle (2 X 30 animals examined) in 2 type localities in Moravia, Czechoslovakia, were represented by Oesophagostomum (the most frequent genus), Trichostrongylus, Ostertagia, Cooperia and Nematodirus.

Author(s)
Malina, R.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1983, 33, 3, pp 119-120
Abstract

Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle was registered in 1959 in 440 foci in 48 districts of Czechoslovakia, in 1969 in 51 foci in 13 districts and in 1979 in 54 foci in 14 districts. The highest average infection rate of 0.08% was reported in 1972. Since 1974 the rate has remained at a constant 0.01%...

Author(s)
Zajicek, D.; Pejse, M.; Vozenilkova, J.; Kubin, I.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, Ustredni Statni Veterinarni Ustav, 1982, No.12, pp 89-100
Abstract

Game animals (various deer, mouflon but particularly roe deer) have lately gained great importance in Czechoslovakia and numbers have increased considerably since 1966. The reasons for subsequent losses include such parasitic infections as Capreocaulus capreoli, Dictyocaulus viviparus and various...

Author(s)
Chlupsa, M.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 129-130
Abstract

Between 1972 and 1981, 1285 Capreolus capreolus from game areas in Czechoslovakia were examined. In 595 (46.3% total, 56.5% adults, 43.5% deer calves) the cause of death were parasites. Lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparus, Capreocaulus capreolus) and gastrointestinal nematode (unspecified) infections...

Author(s)
Štěrba, F.; Zámek, L.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 131-135

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