A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége

Translated title of the contribution: Coccidiosis in wild boars shot in the south region of Mátra in Hungary

Molnár Lajos, Beregi Attila, Gyurkovszky Mónika, R. Farkas, Ladislav Molnar, Heltai Miklós

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The authors examined coccidia infection from faecal samples of wild boars shot in the south region of Matra in Hungary. All animals were harvested in 2009-2011 hunting season. 71 (43.82%) positive results were found from the 162 wild boars tested for coccidia oocyst. The Eimeria spp. were indentified in 44 cases. Eimeria perminuta in 41 cases (93.18%), E. debliecki in 21 cases (47.72%), E. scabra in 11 cases (25.0%), and E. neodebliecki were found in 6 cases (13.63%). In case of the wild boars younger than 1 year 21 positive samples (29.57%) were found and in case of wild boars older than 1 year 50 (70.42%) animals were tested positively. The coccidia oocyst infection occurred more frequently in males - 42 (59.16%) were tested positively - as for the females 29 (40.84%) positive samples were found.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)622-624
Number of pages3
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume135
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2013

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Coccidiosis
Sus scrofa
Hungary
coccidiosis
wild boars
Coccidia
Eimeria
Oocysts
oocysts
Infection
sampling
infection
animals
Coccidiomorphea

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Lajos, M., Attila, B., Mónika, G., Farkas, R., Molnar, L., & Miklós, H. (2013). A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 135(10), 622-624.

A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége. / Lajos, Molnár; Attila, Beregi; Mónika, Gyurkovszky; Farkas, R.; Molnar, Ladislav; Miklós, Heltai.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 135, No. 10, 10.2013, p. 622-624.

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Lajos, M, Attila, B, Mónika, G, Farkas, R, Molnar, L & Miklós, H 2013, 'A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége', Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, vol. 135, no. 10, pp. 622-624.
Lajos M, Attila B, Mónika G, Farkas R, Molnar L, Miklós H. A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2013 Oct;135(10):622-624.
Lajos, Molnár ; Attila, Beregi ; Mónika, Gyurkovszky ; Farkas, R. ; Molnar, Ladislav ; Miklós, Heltai. / A dél-mátrai térségben élo vaddisznók coccidiumok okozta fertozöttsége. In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2013 ; Vol. 135, No. 10. pp. 622-624.
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