pectoralis was a low diversity of species with a limited number of other species of Peromyscus being infected by the endoparasites
Rats were also monitored for and found to be free of ectoparasites and endoparasites
Products to control endoparasites
in pets (Drontal[R] and Drontal[R] Plus)
Study of Endoparasites
of Rodents and their Zoonotic Importance In Ahvaz, South West Iran.
How minerals may influence the development and expression of immunity to endoparasites
Pentastomida is a group of broadly distributed endoparasites
that feed on the blood and other tissues of hosts and seriously affect the respiratory tract of reptiles (venomous and constricting snakes, lizards, crocodilians, piscivorous chelonians) in tropical and subtropical regions (Almeida and Christoffersen, 1999; Pare, 2008).
Parasite or "helminth" infections can be quite easily treated and controlled by the use of one of the many anthelmintics available, but over use in sheep and horses has resulted in increasing levels of anthelmintic resistance by endoparasites
Deadline[R] (Bayer, Germany) applied against ectoparasites was administered at 1 ml per 10 kg LW after dissolving 50 ml in 200 l of distilled water while, Banminth-F*[R] (Pfizer, Nigeria) against endoparasites
was administered at 1 ml per 2 kg LW.
There are no publications of parasitological studies related to this fish, but only records of endoparasites
of the genus Diplostomum sp.
There are two types of problematic nematodes: ectoparasites, which live outside of roots and, utilizing a piercing stylet, suck out root contents, and endoparasites
, which live entirely inside plant roots.
Insignificant loads of endoparasites
in fecal samples and tick counts suggested a relatively low infestation of winter ticks in most of the study area.
The ectoparasites and endoparasites
in the minke whale, Balaenoptera acutorostrata, from the western north Pacific Ocean.