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A Faunistic Survey on the Bird Helminth Parasites and Their Medically Importance

@article{Farahnak2004AFS,
  title={A Faunistic Survey on the Bird Helminth Parasites and Their Medically Importance},
  author={A. Farahnak and R. Shiekhian and I. Mobedi},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Public Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={40-46}
}
Khuzestan province in the south west of Iran having several seasonal and permanent lagoons which are shelter for domestic and migratory birds including, fish-eating birds. This research study was carried out to find the intestinal helminth parasites of birds in this ecosystem and evaluation of their medically importance with emphasis on heterophyid trematodes. For these reasons, the total of 37 birds including; Himantopus himantopus, Fulica atra, Egretta grazetta, Bubulcus ibis, Ceryle rudis… Expand

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