Efficacy of topical eprinomectin in the treatment of Chorioptes sp. infestation in alpacas and llamas.

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Chorioptes sp. mite infestation is increasingly recognized as a cause of skin disease in New World camelids and there is a need for an effective treatment protocol to eliminate herd infestation. In this field trial, eprinomectin applied topically at the rate of 0.5 mg kg(-1) weekly for 10 weeks was found to be ineffective in a herd of 12 llamas and 16… (More)

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@article{Plant2007EfficacyOT, title={Efficacy of topical eprinomectin in the treatment of Chorioptes sp. infestation in alpacas and llamas.}, author={Jon D. Plant and Michelle Anne Kutzler and Christopher K. Cebra}, journal={Veterinary dermatology}, year={2007}, volume={18 1}, pages={59-62} }