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parasite fauna of the house rat rattus rattus diardii in kuala lumpur and nearby villages.one hundred and fifty one house rats, rattus rattus diardii from five different localities, jinjang, dato keramat, kuala lumpur, sungai besi and selayang baru, were examined for parasites. nineteen species of parasites were recovered. hymenolepis diminuta and nippostrongylus brasiliensis are the predominant species. the dominancy of the parasite species in the rats differed in each locality: hymenolepis diminuta in dato keramat and kuala lumpur; nippostrongylus brasiliensis in sungai besi; gongy ...1979483007
ectoparasite fauna of rodents and shrews from four habitats in kuala lumpur and the states of selangor and negeri sembilan, malaysia and its public health significance.a total of 204 rodents comprising 14 host species from four different habitats were examined. nine rodent species were trapped from the forest and another five species were trapped from the coastal, rice field and urban habitats. rattus rattus diardii (67%) was the predominant rodent species examined. fifty six (47.3%) rodents and shrews were found to be infested with at least one of the 20 species of ectoparasite recovered. mites belonging to the family trombiculidae were the predominant ectopa ...200920237444
prevalence of intestinal and blood parasites among wild rats in kuala lumpur, malaysia.a survey was undertaken to investigate the prevalence of intestinal and blood parasites among wild rats in urban area of kuala lumpur, malaysia. a total of 137 stool and blood samples were collected from wild rats from sentul and chow kit areas. five species of rats were captured and supplied by kuala lumpur city hall. the most common was rattus rattus diardii (malayan black rat), 67%, followed by rattus norvegicus (norway rat), 10%, rattus argentiventer (rice-field rat), 10%, rattus tiomanicus ...201223202599
epidemiology of blood parasitic infections in the urban rat population in peninsular malaysia.a total of 719 wild rats were captured from four localities representing the west (kuala lumpur), east (kuantan), north (georgetown) and south (malacca) to determine the diversity of blood protozoan from the urban wild rat population in peninsular malaysia. five rat species were recovered with rattus rattus diardii being the most dominant species, followed by rattus norvegicus, rattus exulans, rattus annandalei and rattus argentiventer. two blood protozoan species were found infecting the rodent ...201425134892
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