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The frequency of contact of diptera with cat feces and its possible hygienic importance


, : The frequency of contact of diptera with cat feces and its possible hygienic importance. Angewandte Parasitologie 28(2): 93-101

Cat faeces can contain pathogens of zoonoses (viroses, bacterioses and protozooses) and stages of parasites (e.g. helminths) which can be spread potentially by Diptera. In reference to this: Remarks on the cat faeces. .sbd.Spots of defecation of cats in different biotopes of the open land and in buildings. .sbd.Conditions for the visit of Diptera to cat faeces.sbd.List of the 187 species of Diptera of 27 families discovered on cat faeces. .sbd.Relation of the number of species being vectors found on faeces of cats to the entire number of species found on faeces produced by different carnivorous, omnivorous and herbivorous animals. .sbd.84.8% of the dipteran species ascertained on food and fodder were also found on the faeces of cats, a remarkable hygienic result, perhaps caused by the composition of the dipteran fauna in the vicinity of traps. .sbd.Remarks on the species of Diptera on faeces of cats which are vectors of diseases. .sbd.Cat keeping and hygiene in buildings. .sbd.Unhygienic and masskeeping of cats (e.g. breedings, laboratory keepings, animal-homes, zoos) may be a potential starting point for the attack of food and fodder by Diptera contaminated but also localities for the transmission of such diseases.


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