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2.    Gastrointestinal helminths in migratory camel - S G Rewatkar, S S Deshmukh,S K Deshkar, D K Maske, P D Jumde, G N Bhangale
Vet World. 2009; 2(7): 258


doi: 10.5455/vetworld.2009.258


Survey of gastrointestinal helminth parasites in camel migrated from U.P., M.P., and Rajasthan at Nagpur region was carried out in early summer, 2008.  Total 28 samples (12 males and 16 females) were collected from different places of Nagpur region. They revealed parasites as Trichuris sp.(50%), Strongyloides sp. (32.14%), Trichostrongylus sp.(10.71%), Nematodirus sp.(10.71%), Haemonchus sp.(14.28%), Eurytrema sp. (21.42%), Eimeria sp.(25%), Entamoeba  sp.(17.85%) and Balantidium sp.(7.14%).All were found positive for mixed helminthic infection.

 Keywords: Gastrointestinal helminths, Camel, Faecal sample, Migratory.