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Frequency of Intestinal Parasites among Zoo Animal by Morphometric Criteria and First Report of the Bivitellobilharzia nairi from Elephant (Elephasmaximus maximus) in Iran

@article{Mirzapour2018FrequencyOI,
  title={Frequency of Intestinal Parasites among Zoo Animal by Morphometric Criteria and First Report of the Bivitellobilharzia nairi from Elephant (Elephasmaximus maximus) in Iran},
  author={A. Mirzapour and H. Kiani and I. Mobedi and A. Spotin and S. J. Seyyed Tabaei and M. Rahimi},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Parasitology},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={611 - 617}
}
Background: Intestinal parasitic infections are major causative agents of wildlife health complications among different parts of the world. This study aimed to investigate the gastro-intestinal parasites in feces of the zoo animals based on parasitological and morphometric criteria. Methods: One hundred fresh fecal samples were collected from 35 species of animal lived in Eram park zoo, Tehran, Central Iran during Oct 2015 to Jun 2015. All collected samples were examined by microscopic… Expand
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