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Laboratory studies on the infectivity of the nematode Steinernema glaseri to Oncomelania hupensis, a snail intermediate host of blood fluke, Schistosoma japonicum



Laboratory studies on the infectivity of the nematode Steinernema glaseri to Oncomelania hupensis, a snail intermediate host of blood fluke, Schistosoma japonicum



Chinese Journal of Biological Control 2(2): 50-53



Laboratory tests in China showed that Oncomelania hupensis could be killed by Steinernema glaseri S. bibionis and Heterorhabditis heliothidis. Mortality was positively correlated with inoculation dosage of N. glaseri; when 300, 200 and 100 infective juveniles were inoculated per cmsuperscript 2 on the soil surface in pots containing the snails, mortality of O. hupensis was 97.5, 92.0 and 47.0%, respectively.

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