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The epidemiology and economic impact of llama parasites


, : The epidemiology and economic impact of llama parasites. Parasitology Today 7(2): 54-56

Camelids are distributed over vast areas of South America, ranging from south Ecuador to north Chile, with high concentrations in Peru and Bolivia. Guillermo Leguio discusses the effects that parasitic infections have on the health and productivity of these animals.

Accession: 002249950

PMID: 15463422

DOI: 10.1016/0169-4758(91)90190-y

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