Cooperia pectinata

Coo·pe·ri·a pec·ti·na·'ta

species that occurs in cattle, sheep, water buffalo, dromedary camels, and various wild ruminants; it is common in the southern U.S.
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For cattle, however, Oesophagostomum radiatum, Bunostomum phlebotomum, Cooperia pectinata and Schistosoma bovis were the most significant in view of their prevalence (9.2 to 25.1%).
Os resultados necroscopicos, presentes na tabela 1, revelaram a presenca de 430.635,0 helmintos, pertencentes a sete generos e 12 especies, com a seguinte prevalencia e a media de parasitismo: Haemonchus contortus: 100,0% (2947.2); Trichostrongylus colubriformis: 90,9% (3048,8); Cooperia curticei: 56,0% (256,5); Oesophagostomum columbianum: 48,4% (36,0); Cooperia punctata: 30,3% (94,5); Trichostrongylus axei: 22,7% (26,5); Strongyloides papillosus: 19,6% (83,0); Haemonchus contortus (L4): 7,5% (17.2); Cooperia pectinata: 10,6% (12,9); Trichuris ovis: 10,6% (0,6); Cooperia spatulata 4,5% (0,3); Capillaria bovis: 4,5% (0,1).