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On the natural infection of Paragonimus spp. in cats in Hyogo Prefecture



On the natural infection of Paragonimus spp. in cats in Hyogo Prefecture



Japanese Journal of Parasitology 32(4): 333-339



Of 1656 stray cats examined in Hyogo Prefecture from April 1981 to March 1983, 15 (0.9%) were infected with P. miyazakii and 4 (0.2%) with P. westermani. The mean numbers of parasites harboured/cat were 5.3 for P. miyazakii and 6.3 for P. westermani. No mixed infections were seen.

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