Angiostrongylus vasorum: Experimental Infection and Larval Development in Omalonyx matheroni

@inproceedings{Mozzer2011,
  title={
					Angiostrongylus vasorum: Experimental Infection and Larval Development in Omalonyx matheroni},
  author={Lanuze Rose Mozzer and L{\^a}ngia C. Montresor and Teof{\^a}nia Helo{\'i}sa Dutra Amorim Vidigal and W. S. Lima},
  booktitle={Journal of parasitology research},
  year={2011}
}
The susceptibility and suitability of Omalonyx matheroni as an intermediate host of Angiostrongylus vasorum and the characteristics of larval recovery and development were investigated. Mollusks were infected, and from the 3rd to the 25th day after infection, larvae were recovered from groups of 50 individuals. The first observation of L2 was on the 5th day, and the first observation of L3 was on the 10th day. From the 22nd day on, all larvae were at the L3 stadium. Larval recovery varied from… CONTINUE READING

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