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morphological and molecular identification of habronema spp. (nematoda: habronematidae) from donkeys in xinjiang, china, and notes on the taxonomical status of habronema majus (creplin, 1849) and h. microstoma (schneider, 1866).habronematid nematodes were collected from the stomachs of donkeys, equus asinus l., in the tarim basin, xinjiang, china. after examination by light and scanning electron microscopy, habronema muscae (carter, 1861) and h. majus (creplin, 1849) were identified. the morphology of our specimens representing h. muscae (carter, 1861) agreed well with previous redescriptions in the shape of the lateral lips, origin of the lateral alae, ratio of left and right spicules, and number and arrangement of ca ...201728337680
anthelmintic efficiency of fenbendazole in equines.a single oral dose of fenbendazole (fbz) at 10mg/kg body mass was given to 5 donkeys. a further 5 donkeys were dosed with a medicated lick (1 mg fbz/g lick) until the oral consumption was 10mg/kg body mass. in both trials fbz was highly effective against adults of the following genera: cyathostomum, cylicocyelus, cylicostephanus, cylicodontophorus, poteriostomum, cabellonema, craterostomum and triodontophorus; similarly high efficiency was obtained against the following species: habronema majus, ...19807241490
[parasitic helminths of the cecum and colon of equidae in italy].intestinal helminths from coecum and colon were studied in 93 equidae including 40 horses, 36 donkeys and 17 mules. a total of 38 species, 36 nematodes and 2 cestodes, were identified as follows: 1) triodontophorus serratus, 2) triodontophorus brevicauda, 3) strongylus equinus, 4) strongylus edentatus, 5) strongylus vulgaris, 6) cyathostomum tetracanthum, 7) cyathostomum coronatum, 8) cyathostomum labiatum, 9) cyathostomum labratum, 10) cyathostomum alveatum, 11) cyathostomum pateratum, 12) cyat ...19921339978
anthelmintic efficiency of fenbendazole in equines.a single oral dose of fenbendazole (fbz) at 10 mg/kg body mass was given to 5 donkeys. a further 5 donkeys were dosed with a medicated lick (1 mg fbz/g lick) until the oral consumption was 10 mg/kg body mass. in both trials fbz was highly effective against adults of the following genera: cyathostomum, cylicocyclus, cylicostephanus, cylicodontophorus, poteriostomum, cabellonema, craterostomum and triodontophorus; similarly high efficiency was obtained against the following species: habronema maju ...1979553963
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