stenocephala, and Bunostomum phlebotomum are involved less frequently.
caninum, Necator americanus, Uncinaria
stenocephala and Strongyloides stencophala.2 The sites commonly affected are feet, hands and buttocks.
The lack of clarity in jurisdictional borders and constant redefinition of agencies enabled PHS officers to fulfill their responsibilities and also obtain agency support for their personal initiatives--King with uncinaria
, the Institute of Tropical Medicine, and many publications on other diseases; Goldberger, Lumsden, and Grubbs, with mosquito-related work; Michel also at the Institute of Tropical Medicine.
Kopeklerdeki fazla sayidaki helmint cesitliligine ragmen, Turkiye'de sokak veya az sayidaki sahipli kopekler uzerinde yapilan calismalarda, daha cok cestodlardan Taenia, Dipylidium, Mesocestoides ve Echinococcus, nematodlardan Toxocara, Toxascaris, Ancylostoma, Uncinaria
, Trichuris ve Spirocerca gibi helmint turleri bildirilmistir (10-16).
In Europe, there are two main species of hookworms: Ancylostoma caninum (the potentially zoonotic helminth responsible for cutaneous larva migrans) and Uncinaria
braziliense, and Uncinaria
stenocephala, although the latter is quite rare.
Zorro 2 2,8 Capillaria sp., Calodium sp., Uncinaria
sp., Ascaris lumbricoides.
There are actually three species of this nasty parasite commonly infecting dogs in North America: Ancylostoma caninum (canine hookworm), Ancylostoma braziliense (canine and feline hookworm), and Uncinaria
stenocephala (Northern canine hookworm).
Other nematodes reported from the swift fox but not found in our study include Ancylostoma caninum, a species of Capillaria, Trichuris vulpis, Uncinaria
stenocephala, and a species of Uncinaria
(see McClure, 1933; Stiles and Baker, 1935; Erickson, 1944; Cutter, 1958; Kilgore, 1969; Miller et al., 1998; Pybus and Williams, 2003; Criffield et al., 2009).