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D. filaria was more pathogenic to goats than to sheep. Eight of 13 kids given 2, 500-5, 000 larvae died from anoxia or congestive heart failure. Four of 12 lambs died from similar exposure. Animals which did not die usually had respiratory distress and reduced weight gain. Pathogenicity increased...

Wilson, G. I.
Dissertation Abstracts, 1966, 26, pp 5612-5613