The louse Trinoton anserinum (Amblycera: Phthiraptera), an intermediate host of Sarconema eurycerca (Filarioidea: Nematoda), a heartworm of swans

@article{Cohen1991TheLT,
  title={The louse Trinoton anserinum (Amblycera: Phthiraptera), an intermediate host of Sarconema eurycerca (Filarioidea: Nematoda), a heartworm of swans},
  author={S. Cohen and M. Greenwood and J. Fowler},
  journal={Medical and Veterinary Entomology},
  year={1991},
  volume={5}
}
Abstract. The role of the louse Trinoton anserinum (F) as an intermediate host of Sarconema eurycerca (Wehr) was investigated in swans. 8.3% of healthy swans carried one to twelve lice per bird, dispersed contagiously. Injured and lead‐poisoned swans were more heavily infected. 
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