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Intermediate hosts of the small liver-fluke of sheep in Lebanon and Syria

, : Intermediate hosts of the small liver-fluke of sheep in Lebanon and Syria. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 52(1): 1-5

Observations at 8 stations in the Lebanon and 3 in Syria have shown that Theba syriaca and Xerophila vestalis, both very common, are the first intermediaries of Dicrocoelium lanceolatum; T. obstructa may also be involved although no infections were found. Formica (Serviformica) rufibarbis var. clarorufibarbis is the 2nd intermediary and is extremely common near fresh water on light grazing land at altitudes above 1,000 m. Sheep, and possibly goats, are the main definitive hosts.


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