World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
An Official Publication of Society for Advance Healthcare Research (Reg. No. : 01/01/01/31674/16)
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Abstract

RECORDING THREE SPECIES OF CESTODES OF THE FAMILY HYMENOLEPDIDAE (FIMBRIARIOIDES INTERMEDIA; MAYHEWIA CROVI; DIPLOGYNIA OLIGORIHIS FROM DIFFERENT SPECIES OF AQUATIC BIRDS IN IRAQ

Altamemy A. K. Aakool and Huda Mohanna*

ABSTRACT

Collected different species of aquatic birds from different regions of wasit province in Iraq during the period between September 2016 to April 2017, a total number of birds was 132 birds, 62 of them were infected with different species of Platyhelminthes parasites. the results of study showed isolation and identification three species of cestode for first time in Iraq Including ( Fimbriarioides intermedia, Diplogynia oligorichs, Mayhewia crovi) isolated from Himantopus himantopus , Chettusia leucura, Lobivanellus incidus aginar, recorded the percentage of infection to each parasite, and intensity , the maximum percentage of infection was recorded in Chettusia leucura(83.3%) and Himantopus himantopus(76.6%), and Lobivanellus incidus was (37.7%). in addition to recorded variation of infection between the male and females of birds, recorded maximum percentage of infection in the males of Himantopus himantopus (76.6%) and minimum of infection was recorded in female of H.himantopus (23.3%), Chettusia leucura 666.6% and female 27.7% and Lobivanellus incidus aigner (50%) and female (50%) all parasites species was measured and described.

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