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The frequency of oestrus ovis and lesions due to it in goats

Veterinaria Mexico 18(4): 349-352

The frequency of oestrus ovis and lesions due to it in goats

Reporting on the frequency of Oestrus ovis in the head of goats during a nine month period in 1983 with a 57.6% frequency in 52 heads. Of the total larvae collected 58.0% were type II, found in the turbinated bones, and 42.0% type III larvae in the sinuses.

Accession: 006680117

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