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- Taira, K., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- The Journal of parasitology 2016 v.102 no.2 pp. 293-294
- Baylisascaris; Potos flavus; animals; anthelmintics; eggs; feces; females; human diseases; larva migrans; oral administration; zoos; Guyana; Japan
- ... Baylisascaris potosis causes larva migrans in animals. The present study evaluated the prevalence of B. potosis in captive kinkajous (Potos flavus) and the ability of milbemycin to treat natural infections of B. potosis in 2 female wild-caught kinkajous. In 2012, fecal samples were collected from 16 kinkajous in 6 zoological gardens and 29 imported captive kinkajous from 4 pet traders in Japan. Al ...