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Hydatidosis in camels in Kuwait
The high infection rate recorded for this animal is probably related to recent shifts in animal maintenance from the traditional free-grazing to the corralling system.
Serological evidence of dengue fever among refugees, Hargeysa, Somalia
Data suggested that dengue virus may have been the cause of the epidemic among the Dam Camp refugees, a refugee camp near Hargeysa in Somalia, during 1985, 1986, and 1987.
Seasonal fluctuations of gastrointestinal helminths of camels in Kuwait.
Estimation of the intestinal worm burdens and faecal worm egg counts showed that Trichostrongylus infections were by far the most predominant and the highest worm and egg counts were recorded in June and August, during the hot dry season.
Gonapodasmius epinepheli n. sp. (Didymozoidae) from the grouper Epinephelus tauvina from the Arabian Gulf
The new species represents the first record of a didymozoid trematode from fishes in the Arabian Gulf and differs from most other members of the genus in the presence of a bulbous swelling at the distal end of the ovary.
Flash Flood Mitigation in Uganda, Equatorial East Africa
During the past decade, Uganda, like most African Nations, has been battered by armed conflict, AIDS/HIV pandemic, and fiscal austerity programs connected with economic reforms. In October 1997, the