The Incidence of Helminth Parasites in Donkeys

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G.B. Shrikhande ; S.G. Rewatkar ; S.S. Deshmukh ; D.K. Maske and Y.M. Raghorte (2009)
  • Publisher: Veterinary World
  • Journal: Veterinary World (issn: 0972-8988, eissn: 2231-0916)
  • Subject: Incidence | Helminth | Donkey | Faecal sample | Parasite | Ova | Animal culture | SF1-1100 | Veterinary medicine | SF600-1100

The faeces of 82 donkeys irrespective of sex and age were collected and examined for any parasitic ova. The faecal sample of68 donkeys were infected with: Strongylus sp. (54.87%), Parascaris sp. (29.26%), Strongyloides sp. (24.39%), Trichonema sp. (15.85%),Oxyuris sp. (8.53%), Gastrodiscus sp. (8.53%), Entamoeba sp. (8.53%), Dictyocaulus sp. (3.65%), and Triodontophorus sp. (2.43%). [Vet World 2009; 2(6.000): 224-224]
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