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Gastrointestinal helminth parasites in stray cats from the mid-Ebro Valley, Spain.
Gastrointestinal helminths were collected from 58 necropsied stray cats (Felis catus) in the mid-Ebro Valley, North-East Spain, from December 1989 to March 1992. The prevalence was 89.7%, with thoseExpand
Habitat related differences in helminth parasites of red foxes in the Ebro valley.
The prevalences of helminth parasites found on red foxes collected in two different habitats of the Ebro Valley, in north-eastern Spain were compared. Twenty helminth species, including oneExpand
Modelling the distributions and spatial coincidence of bluetongue vectors Culicoides imicola and the Culicoides obsoletus group throughout the Iberian peninsula
Abstract Data obtained by a Spanish national surveillance programme in 2005 were used to develop climatic models for predictions of the distribution of the bluetongue virus (BTV) vectors CulicoidesExpand
Incidence of viral hemorrhagic disease in wild rabbit populations in Spain
La distribution actuelle et les taux de propagation de la maladie hemorragique virale (RHD) ont ete etudies en Espagne par des entrevues directes et un examen sur le tcrrain, apres l'arrivee de laExpand
Infectivity of dogs naturally infected with Leishmania infantum to colonized Phlebotomus perniciosus.
A study was carried out on the infectivity to sandflies of 16 dogs naturally parasitized by Leishmania infantum. All dogs were seropositive and the parasite had been isolated from all except one.Expand
Worldwide invasion of vector mosquitoes: present European distribution and challenges for Spain
An Asiatic mosquito species, Aedes albopictus, began to spread worldwide in the 1970s thanks to marine transport of tires and other goods, leading to colonization of many areas of the world. ThisExpand
A Broad Assessment of Factors Determining Culicoides imicola Abundance: Modelling the Present and Forecasting Its Future in Climate Change Scenarios
Bluetongue (BT) is still present in Europe and the introduction of new serotypes from endemic areas in the African continent is a possible threat. Culicoides imicola remains one of the most relevantExpand
Fleas parasitizing domestic dogs in Spain.
In addition to their importance to veterinary clinical practice as ectoparasites, fleas of domestic dogs are of special concern because they can be vectors of disease, including zoonoses. FleaExpand
Worldwide invasion of vector mosquitoes: present European distribution and challenges for Spain
An Asiatic mosquito species, Aedes albopictus, began to spread worldwide in the 1970s thanks to marine transport of tires and other goods, leading to colonization of many areas of the world. ThisExpand
Effectiveness of traditional wild rabbit restocking in Spain
Since myxomatosis, around half a million rabbits are restocked annually in France and the Iberian Peninsula. The effectiveness of this approach to restoration is still unknown. In this study, theExpand
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