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Culture of eggs of Chabertia ovine and the development of larvae from faeces under laboratory and natural conditions



Culture of eggs of Chabertia ovine and the development of larvae from faeces under laboratory and natural conditions



Nauchni Trudove Raionen Nauchnoizsledovatelski Veterinarnomeditsinski Institut, Veliko Turnovo 2: 109-117



Optimal conditions for larval development were a temperature of 27-30 deg C and a small amount of moisture. Development to infective larvae took 6-19 days, being faster at higher temperatures. The eggs died when stored at 4 deg C.

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