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liver fluke (opisthorchiidae) findings in red foxes (vulpes vulpes) in the eastern part of the federal state brandenburg, germany--a contribution to the epidemiology of opisthorchiidosis.parasitological examination of 677 livers from red foxes shot in connection with a rabies control programme were carried out in the eastern districts of the federal state brandenburg/germany in 1996. of the foxes, 32.5% were positive for opisthorchiid flukes. metorchis bilis, the most frequently occurring fluke was found in 28.1% of foxes with numbers between 1 and 185. opisthorchis felineus was found in 6.7% of fox livers. a maximum of 169 specimens was removed from one animal. pseudamphistomum ...19999934964
[distribution of opisthorchiid liver flukes in red foxes (vulpes vulpes) in western brandenburg].226 (= 43.9%) out of 515 red foxes originating from the western districts of the federal state brandenburg were positive for opisthorchiid flukes. metorchis bilis, opisthorchis felineus and pseudamphistomum truncatum occurred in prevalences of 36.9, 8.9 and 0.2% respectively. although low fluke burden were predominant the maximum number of each fluke species isolated was 419, 46, and 78 respectively. no clear relations were found between the liver fluke prevalence and the proportion of surface w ...200011153218
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