The only indication of endoparasites
found in male sharp-tailed grouse collected during the breeding season from the western James Bay region of northern Ontario, Canada, were nematode eggs of an unknown species.
The non-expected low abundance of endoparasite
species in A.
Callait, "Marmotte alpine et endoparasites
: biologie des parasites et comparaison del'infestation sur differents sites," in Proceedings of the 4eme Journee d'Etude sur la Marmotte Alpine, R.
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
To the Editor: Delusional parasitosis (DP) (Ekbom syndrome, psychogenic parasitosis, chronic tactile hallucinosis) is a false but unshakable conviction of personal infection by 'bugs' of some sort; that is, ecto- or endoparasites
or other pathogens.
Factors affecting resistance to ecto- and endoparasites
of tropical areas and the implications for selection.
This is due to the fact that endoparasites
seek places in the host that provide maximum nutritional value to it.
The literature shows that more than 70 different species of ectoparasites have been found to infest Desmodus rotundus (Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, 1810) (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) throughout Latin America (Webb and Loomis, 1977; Marinkelle and Groose, 1981; Guerrero, 1997), however, only three species of endoparasites
have been reported infecting D.
of Northern Sharp-Tailed Grouse, Tympanuchus phasianellus phasianellus, as Related to Age and Position on the Lek.
The Sporozoa are once again restricted to nonflagellate endoparasites
, so the name Apicomplexa is abandoned.
The objective of this study was to develop a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the ectoparasites and endoparasites
As follow-ups, campaigns of de-worming against endoparasites
and ectoparasites will be carried out every three months.