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Isospora sp. in Sturnus vulgaris


, : Isospora sp. in Sturnus vulgaris. Parassitologia recd 1985; 23(1/3): 152-154

In Treviso, Italy, 15 apparently healthy S. vulgaris kept isolated from other birds for 2 months were examined coprologically for the presence of coccidians. Isospora sp. was found in all 15 birds.


Accession: 001398145

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