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Kinetics of Fasciola hepatica egg passage in the faeces of sheep in the Porma basin, Spain.
|Authors:||Manga-González, M. Yolanda ; González Lanza, Camino ; Pozo Carnero, María Paz del; Hidalgo-Argüello, Rosario|
|Publisher:||Polish Academy of Sciences|
|Citation:||Acta Parasitologica Polonica 35(2): 149-157 (1990)|
|Abstract:||The elimination of Fasciola hepatica eggs in 10% of the total number of sheep (996 samples) at 4 points in the upper and middle Porma river basin was studied at monthly intervals between March 1986 and March 1987. This parasite was found in sheep (14.67% prevalence, 169.32 average eggs per gram) throughout the year. The higher prevalence values were detected in winter-early spring, with the maximum in February. As regards the average eggs per gram two maxima were observed, in February and July. According to our results the age of the sheep does not have any defined influence on either prevalence of infection or average number of eggs per gram.|
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