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Adiaspiromycosis in small mammals in large capacity pigsties in the Trebon basin



Adiaspiromycosis in small mammals in large capacity pigsties in the Trebon basin



Veterinarni Medicina 26(2): 85-93



From 1977 to 1979 a study on the occurrence of adiaspiromycosis was performed on three animal farms in South Bohemia. In 113 examined small mammals from the farms and their neighbourhoods adiaspiromycosis was detected in M. arvalis living both in the fields in the precincts (7/613, i. e. 1.14%) and in the grassy areas inside the three animal farms (5/221, i. e. 2.3%). By that time no adiaspiromycosis was found in small mammals living in the farm buildings. The obtained results were compared with the results achieved at the control locality Klec, in the same geographical region, where adiaspiromycosis had been followed for 15 years. At the control locality adiaspiromycosis was found in further four species of small mammals: Talpa europaea, Erinaceus europaeus, Apodemus sylvaticus and Ondatra zibethica. The occurrence of adiaspiromycosis inside the farms is a serious epizootological finding. From the viewpoint of maintaining and circulation of pathogen is on the studied farms undoubtedly of major importance M. arvalis, forming here permanently living residential populations.

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