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Parasitic Infections of Man and Animals in Hawaii

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Title: Parasitic Infections of Man and Animals in Hawaii
Authors: Alicata, Joseph E.
Keywords: parasites
animal parasites and pests
medical and veterinary entomology
Issue Date: Nov 1964
Publisher: Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii
Citation: Alicata JE. 1964. Parasitic infections of man and animals in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii. 140 p. (Technical Bulletin; TB-61).
Series/Report no.: Technical Bulletin
No. 61
Abstract: The main classes of internal parasites detailed in this exhaustive study are protozoa, roundworms, and tapeworms and flukes; their life cycles were described. Animals discussed included pets (dogs, cats), pests (rats, mongoose), and livestock.
Pages/Duration: 140 pages
Appears in Collections:Technical Bulletin, 1943 - 1980

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