lesions associated with halocercus brasiliensis lins de almeida, 1933 in the lungs of dolphins stranded in the northeast of brazil.the parasitic fauna of cetaceans is an important tool for ecological studies, including analyses on the causes of death. halocercus brasiliensis is a nematode frequently found in the bronchi and bronchioles of some cetaceans, and it is commonly associated with focal inflammation of the respiratory tract leading to bacterial pneumonia and septicemia and, sometimes, to death. the objective of this study was to report infections by h. brasiliensis in the respiratory tract of delphinidae stranded on ...201525171594
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