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- Sergi, V.; Romeo, G.; Serafini, M.; Torretta, E.; Macchioni, F.
- Helminthologia 2018 v.55 no.2 pp. 127-133
- Protostrongylus, etc ; Andrya; Coccidiomorphea; Dicrocoelium dendriticum; Lepus europaeus; Passalurus; Trichostrongylus; body weight; breeding; endoparasites; farms; hares; intestines; liver; lungs; parasitoses; Italy; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Brown hare (Lepus europaeus) populations in Europe have declined through decades due to several, but not clear yet, factors. Parasite infections and diseases are some of the causes that directly affected the survival and breeding rates of animal population. A study on the endoparasites of 70 hares (37 hunted free-living hares, and 33 bred on farms hares) was performed between 2015 - 2017 in the pr ...
- Diakou, A.; Sokos, C.; Papadopoulos, E.
- Helminthologia 2014 v.51 no.4 pp. 345-351
- Protostrongylus, etc ; Dicrocoelium; Dirofilaria; Eimeria; Lepus; Passalurus; Trichostrongylus; Trichuris; endoparasites; gastrointestinal system; hares; health status; larvae; mixed infection; population dynamics; Greece; Macedonia; Southern European region; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The European brown hare (Lepus europaeus) is widespread throughout Europe with population declines in some countries. Parasites can be one of the natural regulative factors of hare population. The information about the prevalence of endoparasites of European hares in Southern Europe is limited while relevant data from Greece are lacking. Gastrointestinal tracts of 84 Lepus europaeus, hunted in Mac ...