During the 2012 Maine moose hunting season, a partial survey of harvested moose was conducted in collaboration with IFW to determine the prevalence of a novel Dictyocaulus
In the UK, parasitic bronchitis (husk or hoose) in cattle is caused by the lungworm Dictyocaulus
Mean of EPG Mean of 3 enumeration before 1 day after Group Parasite treatment treatment Treatment Dictyocaulus
viviparus 128 74 group Control Dictyocaulus
viviparus 128 132 group Mean of EPG 7 days after 21 days after Group Parasite treatment treatment Treatment Dictyocaulus
viviparus 58 12 group Control Dictyocaulus
viviparus 148 125 group Mean of EPG 28 days after Group Parasite treatment Treatment Dictyocaulus
viviparus 1 group Control Dictyocaulus
viviparus 98 group Table 3: Effect of genesis Ivermectin pour-on at different days after treatment.
4] (forth stage of larvae) of Haemonchus, Ostertagia, Cooperia, Trichostrongylus, Strongyloides, Bonostomum, Nematodirus, Trichuris, Oesophagostomum, Dictyocaulus and Chabertia ovina, also with these doses have effective role in reduce of some arthropods (Georgi and Georgi, 1990; Kassai, 1999; Reinemeyer and Courtney, 2001; Soulsby, 1986; Urquhart et al.
Comparison of the efficacy of dermal formulations of ivermectin and levamisole for the treatment and prevention of Dictyocaulus viviparous infection in cattle.
VERY PRETTY: Dictyocaulus
viviparus, the cattle lungworm up close and personal.
5%) indices, secondary infestations oflungworm, presumably Dictyocaulus
viviparous, and noticeable paleness of eye mucous membranes, which is a characteristic of anemia in domestic ruminants (Kaplan et al.
1% effect on Ostertagia, Cooperia and Dictyocaulus
respectively and minimum rate was with Fenbendazole (63.
Additional incidental findings affecting a small number of the moose necropsied included the presence of Dictyocaulus
viviparous (lungworm), Dermacentor albipictus (winter tick), and antler deformities.
5mg/Kg; these doses of Ivermectin have potent anthelmintic effect between 97-100% on adult form and forth stage larvae of Haemonchus, Ostertagia, Cooperia, Trichostrongylus, Strongyloides, Bonostomum, Nematodirus, Trichuris, Oesophagostomum, Dictyocaulus
and Chabertia ovina and some arthropods [8,10,15,18,19], therefore we administrated ivermectin pour on with 0.
Of those calves that died over winter, most (66 and 63% each year) died from natural causes attributed to the combined or cumulative symptoms of malnutrition and parasites (winter tick, Dermacentor albipictus, lung nematode, Dictyocaulus
viviparus); 93% of this type of mortality occurred during a 4 week period, 27 March-27 April.
filarial for first time reported by Rafae and Alavi in 1963 in Iran.