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(2017) analyzed the endoparasites of wild birds of free life in the Campus and PZ of UFAC in the state of Acre, diagnosed the presence of Davaineidae (Raillietina sp.) in two species (Columbina talpacoti and Turdus ignobilis); however, for S.
The artificial insemination, use of salt blocks in manger, vaccination and drenching against endoparasite were perceived the top most information received by the farmers regarding health management practices.
The results show, for the first time, that female mice can distinguish the odors of non-infected male mice from those of males infected with Trypanosoma cruzi, a tropical endoparasite.
Endoparasites (ehn-do-pahr-ah-sits) are parasites that live in the body of the host during their infective stage.
In the lek-breeding sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus), Gibson (1990) reported that no measure of mating success was significantly related to a decrease in endoparasite load (Haemoproteus spp.) among adult males.
An anatomical and biological study of an endoparasite living in the ascidian Ascidiella aspersa.
Spatial and temporal variation of the endoparasite community structure of intertidal fishes in central Chile: parasitological descriptors, species composition and nestedness
isoporum is not specific endoparasite for host species that commonly seen in more than 16 cyprinid fish, viz., Alburnoides bipunctatus, Alburnus filippi, Aphanius vladykovi, Barbus lacerta, Barbus barbus, Capoeta aculeata.
An anoplocephalid cestode Ctenotaenia (Cittotaenia) marmotae (Platyhelminthes: Cestoda) is the most prevalent and abundant helminth endoparasite of the Alpine marmot across its whole range, including Slovakia [15, 16, 18, 21-23].
The intensification of the pond production system of tambaqui allows the emergence of diseases in this species (Skinner, 1982; Lizama et al., 2007) such as Neoechinorhynchus buttnerae, an obligate endoparasite found in the intestines of the fish (Santos et al., 2013).