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Current situation of opisthorchiasis of animals in the Volga Delta, USSR



Current situation of opisthorchiasis of animals in the Volga Delta, USSR



Veterinariya Moskva (1): 45-46



The definitive hosts of Pseudamphistomum truncatum in the Volga Delta were 8 species of domestic and wild mammals, while those of Metorchis bilis were 8 species of birds and 4 of mammals, and of Opisthorchis felineus, 10 species of mammals and human beings.

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