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Development of Neostrongylus linearis (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae) larvae in Cernuella cespitum arigonis (Mollusca, Stylommatophora) infected in the laboratory and kept in its natural environment

AuthorsMorrondo-Pelayo, M. Patrocinio; Manga-González, M. Yolanda ; Cordero del Campillo, Miguel; Díez-Baños, Pablo; Díez-Baños, Natividad
Issue Date1987
PublisherGustav Fischer Verlag
CitationAngewandte Parasitologie 28 (1): 37-45 (1987)
AbstractThe larval development of Neostrongylus linearis was studies in a total of 1,200 specimens of Cernuella (Xeromagna) cespitum arigonis, infected monthly (throughout one year) with 200 L-I, and kept outdoors under controlled conditions. ln the parasitological study of each mollusc, the degree of development, the percentage of L-III, the total number of larvae (I + II + III)and of L-III, was taken into account, and likewise the d when L-II and L-III first appreared. The development of the infection was optimum between the end of spring and autumn. The percentage and total number of L-III are, generally, related in a positive way to the thermic integral, but an obvious connection with the relative humidity was not observed. It was in the May-September and in the June-August experiments, when the period of staged development from L-I and L-II and from L-II to L-III was the shortest, respectively. There were not statistically significant differences between the mortality rate of the infected molluscs and that of the control snails.
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