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Helminths of camels in the Chimkent region


Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Biologicheskaya (5): 35-38
Helminths of camels in the Chimkent region
19 species of helminths (3 cestodes and 16 nematodes) were found in Camelus bactrianus examined at 2 abattoirs and in the field in various districts of the Chimkent and Turkestan regions, USSR. Except for Camelostrongylus mentulatus, all the species found were either parasites of sheep (15 species) or equids (3 species). The prevalence and intensity of infections in different regions are tabulated.


Accession: 001607344



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