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Association of Eimeria and strongyle nematodes in the intestine of camels

Association of Eimeria and strongyle nematodes in the intestine of camels

Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Biologicheskaya (5): 38-42

Camel farms in the Alma-Ata, Dzhambul, Kzyl-Ordinsk, Mangyshlak and Chimkent regions of Kazakhstan (USSR) were investigated for parasites in 1984-85. Eimeria and gastrointestinal nematodes were found in the faeces of 4.1% of 392 camels; Eimeria alone in 9.4% and nematodes alone in 18.4%. In the northern desert districts, the most common of the 3 Eimeria species found was E. bactriani followed by E. dromedarii; E. cameli was found in one region only. 31 species of helminths were identified.

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