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Parasitological observations in foreign beef cattle

Atti della Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie 36: 647
Parasitological observations in foreign beef cattle
The most prevalent species in a study of the gastrointestinal nematodes of 325 calves imported from France were Cooperia oncophora, C. pectinata, C. zurnabada, Ostertagia ostertagi, O. lyrata and Nematodirus filicollis.

Accession: 001424684

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