Distribution and prevalence of Elaeophora schneideri
in moose in Wyoming.
The arterial worm (Elaeophora schneideri) is a filarioid nematode found in the common carotid and internal maxillary arteries of ungulates in the west and southwestern US (Henningsen et al.
Morphology of the larval stages of Elaeophora schneideri in the intermediate and definitive hosts with some observations on their pathogenesis in abnormal definitive hosts.
Observations on epizootiology and distribution of Elaeophora schneideri in Montana ruminants.
ABSTRACT: Elaeophora schneideri causes disease in aberrant hosts such as moose.
Elaeophora schneideri is a filarioid nematode that lives in the cephalic arteries of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) (Hibler et al.
The ecology of Elaeophora schneideri in Vermejo Park, New Mexico.
Tabanid vectors of the arterial nematode, Elaeophora schneideri, in southwestern Montana.
Prevalence of Elaeophora schneideri and Onchocerca cervipedis in mule deer from central Utah.
First observation of Elaeophora schneideri Wehr and Dikmans, 1935 (Nematoda: Filariidae) in mule deer from Nebraska.
Morphology of larval stages of Elaeophora schneideri
in the intermediate and definitive hosts with some observations on their pathogenesis in abnormal definitive hosts.
krabbei, Echinoccocus granulosus, Thysanosoma actinioides, Orthostrongylus macrotis, Parelaphostrongylus tenuis, Elaeophora schneideri
, Onchocerca cervipedis, Setaria yehi, Rumenfilaria andersoni, Dermacentor albipictus, Cephenemyia jellisoni, C.