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helminth species diversity and biology in the bobcat, lynx rufus (schreber), from nebraska.cestodes of 4 species and nematodes of 9 species were collected from 75 bobcats, lynx rufus (schreber), in nebraska from 1977 to 1979. of these 75, 11 were trapped from 6 border counties in 3 border states: south dakota, 7 carcasses/3 counties; kansas, 3/2; and wyoming, 1/1. helminths recovered included: mesocestoides corti hoeppli, 1925 (15% prevalence), taenia rileyi loewen, 1929 (67%), taenia pisiformis (bloch, 1780) gmelin, 1790 (27%), taenia macrocystis (diesing, 1850) lühe, 1910 (19%), phy ...19853998960
helminths of the ocelot from southern texas.in the usa, the ocelot (leopardus pardalis) is a highly endangered felid found only in a few remaining vestiges of native thornshrub brushland in the lower rio grande valley (lrgv) of extreme southern texas. from 1987-1998, carcasses of 15 adult ocelots that died of vehicular accidents or natural causes were examined for helminths. all cats had 1-8 (mean = 3) helminth species. all were infected with 1-101 (mean +/- se = 32 +/- 7) toxascaris leonina. other helminths from these ocelots were alaria ...200314567231
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