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the occurrence of lymnaea (pseudosuccinea) columella, an intermediate host of fasciola hepatica, in australia.an established population of the eastern north american freshwater snail lymnaea (pseudosuccinea) columella say is reported from middle creek and centennial park, sydney. this species is an important intermediate host of the liver fluke (fasciola hepatica linné) and its introduction and spread in new zealand has resulted in an increase in the liver fluke problem in new zealand.19751200931
responses in milk production to control of gastrointestinal nematode and paramphistome parasites in dairy cattle.to determine the effect of treating naturally acquired gastrointestinal nematode and paramphistome infections on milk production in dairy cattle.19969006864
fasciola hepatica infection in farmed emus (dromaius novaehollandiae).to describe two cases of infection with fasciola hepatica in young farmed emus, subacute and chronic fasciolosis and a response to treatment of the flock with albendazole.19979404615
the efficacy of formulations of triclabendazole and ivermectin in combination against liver fluke (fasciola hepatica) and gastro-intestinal nematodes in cattle and sheep and sucking lice species in cattle.to assess the efficacy of two formulations of triclabendazole and ivermectin in combination against liver fluke (fasciola hepatica), gastro-intestinal nematodes and sucking louse species in cattle and sheep.200212465830
evidence for high genetic diversity of nad1 and cox1 mitochondrial haplotypes among triclabendazole resistant and susceptible populations and field isolates of fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) in australia.in recent years, the global incidence of fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) infections exhibiting resistance to triclabendazole (tcbz) has increased, resulting in increased economic losses for livestock producers and threatening future control. the development of tcbz resistance and the worldwide discovery of f. hepatica population diversity has emphasized the need to further understand the genetic structure of drug susceptible and resistant fasciola populations within australia. in this study, the ...201424360656
the occurrence of the snail lymnaea columella on grazing areas in new south wales and studies on its susceptibility to fasciola hepatica.field surveys were carried out in the lismore and casino area for the presence of fresh water snails potentially responsible for the transmission of trematodes in ruminants. although the north american snail, lymnaea columella has previously only been reported from metropolitan areas, large populations of the snail were found east of lismore. natural infection with f. hepatica was detected in some of the snails and laboratory studies showed that this snail species was highly susceptible to infec ...19854004661
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