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A comparative study of the eggs of various species of nematodes parasitic in domestic ruminants



A comparative study of the eggs of various species of nematodes parasitic in domestic ruminants



Journal of Parasitology, 26: 3, 223-231



has measured a number of eggs of each species of the nematode genera occurring in domestic ruminants in the U.S.A., and has prepared charts showing considerable average differences in egg size in many cases, which make identification reasonably sure. In a few cases, overlapping of size makes identification by this method difficult or impossible. Details of egg morphology, and of host and geographical distribution of the parasites are also given to assist in identification in such cases. These charts should be very helpful where different species, of varying degrees of patho-genicity, occur in the same host.

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DOI: 10.2307/3272212



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