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[parasites in the gdr.1. studies on helminths occurrence in european wild pigs (sus scrofa)].in two different hunting-grounds in the north-eastern part of the gdr from november 1972 to march 1974 the authors tested a series of 102 killed wild boars, aged mostly from 7 month to 3 years by means of helminthological dissection and by coprological methods for helminthic stages. from more than 30 well known species of helminths the following 10 species were found: cysticercus tenuicollis, echinococcus hydatidosus, ascaris suum, ascarops strongylina, physocephalus sexalatus, globocephalus uro ...1978646175
[helminths of domestic pork in ituri, upper zaire].in ituri (upper-zaïre) pig farming is extensively and traditionally managed, animals wandering about in the villages and neighbouring fields. helminths of the gastrointestinal tract most commonly encountered are oesophagostomum sp. hyostrongylus rubidus, globocephalus urosubulatus and ascarops strongylina. parasitic burdens are low and gross lesions not frequently seen except nodules of oesophagostomiasis. infections with metastrongylus salmi and metastrongylus pudendoctus have a very high preva ...19902241308
an abattoir survey of the prevalence of gastro-intestinal helminths and stephanurus dentatus in pigs in belize.in an abattoir survey in belize 137 pigs were examined for gastro-intestinal helminths and stephanurus dentatus. hyostrongylus rubidus, physocephalus sexalatus, globocephalus species and trichostrongylus colubriformis were recorded for the first time. ascarops strongylina, ascaris suum, macracanthorynchus hirudinaceus, strongyloides ransomi, trichuris suis, oesophagostomum species and s. dentatus were also found. oesophagostomum species (45%) and s. dentatus (42%) were the most prevalent. the pr ...19892529683
parasites in cross-bred pigs in the upper east region of ghana.a cross-sectional study was carried out in the upper east region (uer) of ghana in order to estimate the prevalence of parasitic infections in local cross-bred pigs. out of 60 villages with a human population of 200-1000 inhabitants, 10 villages were randomly selected for the study. the number of pigs varied from 50 to 200 pigs per village. in total 259 faecal samples from growers were collected and examined. ninety-one percent of the animals excreted parasite eggs. among these the prevalence of ...199910628701
helminths of wild boar in spain.forty-seven wild boars (sus scrofa) collected from two areas in the province of valencia (eastern spain) were examined for digestive and respiratory helminth parasites. helminth species and their prevalence were taenia hydatigena cysticercus (19%), ascarops strongylina (87%), physocephalus sexalatus (6%), ascaris suum (2%), metastrongylus spp. (85%), capillaria sp. (2%) and macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus (21%). trichinella spp. were not found. physocephalus sexalatus, a. suum, capillaria sp. a ...200111763752
visceral helminths of wild boars (sus scrofa leucomystax) in japan, with special reference to a new species of the genus morgascaridia inglis, 1958 (nematoda: schneidernematidae).twenty-nine japanese wild boars (sus scrofa leucomystax), collected during the hunting seasons of 2005 and 2006 in the western part of the mainland of japan (honshu), were examined for their visceral helminths. eighteen helminth parasites were prevalent in them, including 17 nematoda species (metastrongylus elongatus, metastrongylus salmi, metastrongylus asymmetricus, metastrongylus pudendotechus, stephanurus dentatus, gnathostoma doloresi, physocephalus sexulata, ascarops strongylina, capillari ...200818328113
the prevalence of gastrointestinal helminth infections in pigs in kenya.the prevalence of helminth infection, species spectrum and worm burdens in kenyan pigs was examined. a total of 115 gastrointestinal tracts (git) from 61 growers and 54 adult pigs were examined between february 2005 and january 2006. seventy eight (67.8%) had one or more helminth parasites, of which thirty six (31.3%) were mixed infection. ten types of helminth parasites encountered in descending order of prevalence were, oesophagostomum dentatum (39.1%), trichuris suis (32.2%), ascaris suum (28 ...200818509940
helminth infections of wild boars ( sus scrofa) in the bursa province of turkey.the present study aimed to investigate the status of helminth infections in wild boars in the bursa province of turkey. for this purpose, during 2007-2008, 27 wild boars were necropsied and examined for helminths. individual samples of tongue and diaphragm from 27 necropsied wild boars and an additional 22 tongue and diaphragm samples provided by hunters were examined by trichinoscopy and artificial digestion for trichinella spp. larvae. twenty animals (74%) were identified as being infected wit ...201021114894
efficacy of an in-feed preparation of ivermectin against helminths in the european wild boar.the wild boar is one of europe's most popular game species and its densities are increasing. management tools such as farm breeding, supplementary feeding, and translocations are more frequently employed and anthelmintics are increasingly used in game farms and translocations. here, we report the results of a controlled slaughter study on the efficacy of an in-feed preparation of ivermectin in european wild boars naturally infected with various helminths. the efficacy of ivermectin against adult ...200414648206
wild boar helminths: risks in animal translocations.the helminth populations found in a group of wild boars collected in central spain were compared to those in a group of animals imported from a french game farm that produces boars for restocking. eleven helminth species, including ten nematodes and one acanthocephalan, were found. gongylonema pulchrum and macracanthorhynchus hirundinaceus were only detected in autochthonous wild boars, while oesophagostomum dentatum, ascaris suum, and trichuris suis were detected in imported animals only. autoc ...200312944047
[clinical examination of the blood of wild boars (sus scrofa l.) naturally infested with parasites following administration of anthelminthics].with 24 head of wild boars (sus scrofa l.) of both sexes of the age of one to two years, kept in a game preserve and naturally infected with parasites of the species mestastrongylus pudendotectus, m. elongatus, ascarops strongylina, physocephalus sexalatus, ascaris suum, globocephalus urosubulatus, oesophagostomum dentatum, trichocephalus suis, eimeria debliecki, and e. perminuta, three experiments were performed with feeds premedicated with anthelmintics: pyrantel tartrate + diethylcarbamazine ...1976820035
parasites of domestic and wild animals in south africa. viii. helminths in pigs kept under semi-intensive conditions.the seasonal incidence of nematode infestations in pigs raised under semi-intensive conditions was determined by the monthly slaughter of 2--4 tracer pigs exposed to infestation in an earthernfloored pen for periods of 1 or 2 months. although worm burdens were generally small, ascarops strongylina appeared to be more prevalent from november to march than during the other months of the year. once ascaris suum became established in the pen nearly all the pigs became infested. the number of worms n ...1978568231
studies on the prevalence and the transmission of lung and stomach nematodes of the wild boar (sus scrofa) in france.five species of lung nematodes (metastrongylus asymmetricus, m. confusus, m. elongatus, m. pudendotectus, m. salmi) and two species of stomach nematodes (ascarops strongylina, physocephalus sexalatus) were found in the wild boars (sus scrofa) in france. prevalence of lung nematodes was 92% (no significant difference between closed reserve and open areas could be demonstrated) and 97% for stomach nematodes. in both cases, intensity of infection was significantly greater in young wild boars (age l ...19892788229
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