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Studies of Angiostrongylus malaysiensis (Nematoda, Metastrongylidae) in peninsular Malaysia: natural infection in freshwater snails and rodents in ricefields and infectivity experiments.

@article{Liat1977StudiesOA,
  title={Studies of Angiostrongylus malaysiensis (Nematoda, Metastrongylidae) in peninsular Malaysia: natural infection in freshwater snails and rodents in ricefields and infectivity experiments.},
  author={L. B. Liat and Y. L. Fong. and M. Krishnansamy},
  journal={The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health},
  year={1977},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={
          27-35
        }
}
The principal intermediate hosts of An­ giostrongylus malaysiensis are land snails and slugs (Lim and Heyneman, 1965; Lim et al., 1965; Bisseru and Verghese, 1970). Fresh­ water snails have also been found naturally infected with the parasite but the infection rates and worm-loads were low as compared to the land molluscs (Lim and Krishnansamy, 1970). In Thailand freshwater snails, parti­ cularly Pila spp., were found to be one of the important intermediate hosts of A. cantonen­ sis as a cause… Expand
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