Corpus ID: 34607790

[Dynamics of infestation of the Lipoptena cervi (L.) (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) with the fallow deer from Pomerania].

@article{Szczurek2001DynamicsOI,
  title={[Dynamics of infestation of the Lipoptena cervi (L.) (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) with the fallow deer from Pomerania].},
  author={B. Szczurek and Sławomir Kadulski},
  journal={Wiadomosci parazytologiczne},
  year={2001},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          67-72
        }
}
In yers 1996 - 2000 fallow deer were examined in the area of north-western part of Poland (Pomeranian Lakeland). 295 fallow deer were examined and Lipoptena cervi was found on 220 of them; the prevalence was 75%, intensity ca 9.9 individuals. 

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