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Ocorrência de Deletrocephalus dimidiatus (Diesing, 1851) nematoda em ema (Rhea americana) criada em cativeiro no RS.

@inproceedings{Monteiro2002OcorrnciaDD,
  title={Ocorr{\^e}ncia de Deletrocephalus dimidiatus (Diesing, 1851) nematoda em ema (Rhea americana) criada em cativeiro no RS.},
  author={S{\'i}lvia Gonzalez Monteiro and Maristela Lovato Fl{\^o}res and Stefanie Dickel Segabinazi and Vera Regina Albuquerque Lagaggio},
  year={2002}
}
Um exemplar femea de Rhea americana com um ano e meio de idade foi encontrado morto apos inspecao de rotina em criatorio de emas situado no municipio de Itaara/ RS. O mesmo foi enviado para necropsia na Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM) onde foi constatado na porcao final do intestino delgado um grande numero de parasitas da Classe Nematoda os quais apos clarificacao foram identificados como pertencentes a familia Deletrocephalidae, genero Deletrocephalus. Palavras-Chave: Nematoda… 
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Preventive measures such as artificial incubation, segregation of chicks from adults, and placing chicks in uncontaminated environments may help slow or stop the transmission of the parasite.
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