Coccidial infection in mouflon, Ovis musimon, in central Spain.

@article{GmezBautista1996CoccidialII,
  title={Coccidial infection in mouflon, Ovis musimon, in central Spain.},
  author={Mercedes G{\'o}mez-Bautista and M. Luz{\'o}n-Pe{\~n}a and Juli{\'a}n Santiago-Moreno and A G de Bulnes and Aranzazu Meana},
  journal={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  year={1996},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={
          125-9
        }
}
From February to September 1993, ten adult female mouflons (Ovis musimon) and their five offspring from central Spain were examined weekly for coccidial infection. All adult mouflons had Eimeria spp. infections with mean (+/- SD) intensity of 1,869 (+/- 1,264) oocysts per gram of feces the day of capture, increasing progressively during the first two months in captivity and later returning to the initial values (1,869 +/- 1,547). The mean (+/- SD) oocyst shedding in young animals was 16,800… CONTINUE READING

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