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Epidemiology of sheep monieziosis

, : Epidemiology of sheep monieziosis. Praktische Tierarzt 79(4): 357-363

Monieziosis caused by Moniezia expansa and M. benedeni is reviewed. The disease is considered the most frequently occurring pasture helminthoses of sheep.

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