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Natural infection of Sparganum mansoni in cats captured in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan



Natural infection of Sparganum mansoni in cats captured in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan



Japanese Journal of Parasitology, 353: 153-159



10 (0.5%) of 1880 cats necropsied in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, between April 1982 and March 1984 were infected with spargana (1-666 spargana/cat). These are described and figured. Differences noted from previous reports were the yellowish scolex and a large cut in the posterior end. The average length and width of the spargana were 11.5 cm (2.0-28.0) and 0.68 cm (0.3-1.0), resp.

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