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The role of the soil fauna in the epizootiology of the pig ascaridosis. II. Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. as a reserve host of Ascaris suum Goeze, 1782



The role of the soil fauna in the epizootiology of the pig ascaridosis. II. Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. as a reserve host of Ascaris suum Goeze, 1782



Acta Parasitologica Polonica 20(12/25): 173-178



Larvae and eggs of Ascaris suum were found in 4 of 60 Lumbricus terrestris collected in pig runs in Poland and in none of 60 L. terrestris collected in areas not frequented by pigs. Infective A. suum eggs, given orally, hatched in the intestine of L. terrestris after 24 to 48 hours. The larvae settled in the body-cavity, particularly between the 5th and 17th segments, and underwent little significant change. The larvae were fully infective to guinea-pigs.

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