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|標題:||Surveillance of Endoparasitic Infections and the First Report of Physaloptera sp and Sarcocystis spp. in Farm Rodents and Shrews in Central Taiwan||作者:||Tung, K.C.
|關鍵字:||endoparasites;rodents;Taiwan;angiostrongylus-cantonensis;eosinophilic meningitis;hepatic;capillariasis;hymenolepis-diminuta;thailand;child;nana||Project:||Journal of Veterinary Medical Science||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, Volume 71, Issue 1, Page(s) 43-47.||摘要:||
A total or 95 rodents and shrews including 82 Rattus norvegeicus, 7 Rattus rattus, and 6 Suncus murinus were trapped from different localities of Taichung, Taiwan. The overall prevalence of parasites was 93.7%. The infection rates for R. norvegeicus, R. rattus, and S. murinus were 93.9%, 95.7%, and 100%, respectively. The rats were infected with four cestodes, Taenia taeniaeformis (48.4%), Hymenolepis diminuta (38.9%), Hymenolepis nana (5.3%), and Raillietina celebensis (45.3%); ten nematodes, Angiostrongylus cantonensis (16.8%), Capillaria hepatica (49.5%), Gongylonema neoplasticum (1.1%), Heterakis spumosa (35.8%), Nippostrongylus brasiliensis (57.9%), Physaloptera sp. (1.1%), Strongyloides ratti (81.1%), Syphacia muris (2.1%), Trichosomoides crassicauda (29.5%), and Trichurus sp. (1.1%), and one protozoan, Sarcocystis spp. (33.7%). Physaloptera sp. from S. murinus and Sarcocystis spp. from both R. norvegicus and R. rattus were reported for the first time in Taiwan. The importances of zoonotic species were discussed.
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