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first report of ancylostoma ceylanicum in wild canids.the parasitic nematode ancylostoma ceylanicum is common in dogs, cats and humans throughout asia, inhabiting the small intestine and possibly leading to iron-deficient anaemia in those infected. it has previously been discovered in domestic dogs in australia and this is the first report of a. ceylanicum in wild canids. wild dogs (dingoes and dingo hybrids) killed in council control operations (n = 26) and wild dog scats (n = 89) were collected from the wet tropics region around cairns, far north ...201324533332
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