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Description of Eimeria mulardi sp. nov. from mule ducks. Study of the endogenous phase of its life cycle with demonstration of intranuclear development


, : Description of Eimeria mulardi sp. nov. from mule ducks. Study of the endogenous phase of its life cycle with demonstration of intranuclear development. Parasite 1(1): 15-22

The sporulated oocyst of E. mulardi sp. nov. and its life cycle are described from studies of experimentally infected natural hosts, mule ducks (a hybrid duck obtained by crossing female Anas platyrhynchos with male Cairina moschata) in France. The oocysts closely resembled those of E. aythyae and differed only in the size of sporocysts (11.5 x 7.9 micro m) and the diameter of the micropyle (2.0 micro m).


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