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Angiostrongylus vasorum and Crenosoma vulpis in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in Newfoundland, Canada
Angiostrongylus vasorum and Crenosoma vulpis infect the pulmonary arteries and airways, respectively, of red foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Both are widespread in Europe, but within North America, A. vasorumExpand
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Extrapulmonary Lungworms of Cervids
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Gastropods as intermediate hosts of Pneumostrongylus tenuis Dougherty of white-tailed deer
From May to October, 1966, gastropods from three different habitats on Navy Island, Ontario, were examined for larvae of Pneumostrongylus tenuis. Of 9940 examined individually, 4.2% contained larvae.Expand
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REGULAR ARTICLES / ARTICLES RÉGULIERSFactors affecting the distribution and transmission of Elaphostrongylus rangiferi (Protostrongylidae) in caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) of Newfoundland,
Elaphostrongylus rangiferi was introduced to caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) of Newfoundland by infected reindeer (R. t. tarandus) from Norway and has caused at least two epizootics ofExpand
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Gastrointestinal helminths of woodland and barren ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus) in Canada, with keys to species.
A total of 21 species of parasitic helminths was recovered from wild and captive caribou. Gastrointestinal nematodes were represented by eight species of Ostertagiinae, four species of Nematodirinae,Expand
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Understanding the impact of meningeal worm, Parelaphostrongylus tenuis, on moose populations.
Periodic declines in moose ( Alces alces ) populations have occurred repeatedly during the past century on the southern fringe of moose range in central and eastern North America. These slowExpand
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Parelaphostrongylus andersoni (Nematoda: Protostrongylidae) in caribou (Rangifer tarandus) of northern and central Canada
Woodland (Rangifer tarandus caribou) and barren ground (R. t. groenlandicum) caribou are reported for the first time as hosts of Parelaphostrongylus andersoni, greatly extending the known geographicExpand
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THE POSSIBLE IMPORTANCE OF WINTERING YARDS IN THE TRANSMISSION OF PARELAPHOSTRONGYLUS TENUIS TO WHITE-TAILED DEER AND MOOSE
Terrestrial gastropods were collected, 15 June to 25 November 1994, from beneath cardboard sheets on deer range in northeastern Minnesota (USA) and examined individually for larvae ofExpand
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Skrjabingylus lutrae n. sp. (Nematoda: Metastrongyloidea) from otter (Lutra canadensis).
Skrjabingylus lutrae n. sp. from otter in Ontario is distinguished from other members of the genus by its short spicules (239–275 μ long) with globe-shaped tips, and a small buccal capsule. It is theExpand
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Geospatial analysis of giant liver flukes among moose: effects of white-tailed deer
Natural infections of giant liver flukes (Fascioloides magna) occur primarily in cervids and bovids. In northeastern North America, a common definitive host for giant liver flukes is the white-tailedExpand
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