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“…Hodová et al (2008) reported that five species of Ascaridia are frequent in Psittaciformes; A. platyceri and A. hermaphrodita are the most common. In Brazil, Pinto et al (1993) reported A. hermaphrodita as specific of psittacines of genuses Amazona, Anodorhynchus, Ara, Aratinga, Brotogeris, Conurus, Pyrrhura, Psittacus and Pionus; this fact corroborates studies on psittacines in Argentina, Chile and Peru (MARTÍNEZ et al, 2003;MASELLO et al, 2006;GONZÁLEZ-ACUÑA et al, 2007;GÓMEZ-PUERTA et al, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 52%
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“…Hodová et al (2008) reported that five species of Ascaridia are frequent in Psittaciformes; A. platyceri and A. hermaphrodita are the most common. In Brazil, Pinto et al (1993) reported A. hermaphrodita as specific of psittacines of genuses Amazona, Anodorhynchus, Ara, Aratinga, Brotogeris, Conurus, Pyrrhura, Psittacus and Pionus; this fact corroborates studies on psittacines in Argentina, Chile and Peru (MARTÍNEZ et al, 2003;MASELLO et al, 2006;GONZÁLEZ-ACUÑA et al, 2007;GÓMEZ-PUERTA et al, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 52%
“…Hodová et al (2008) obtained 242 specimens of helminths in necropsied psittacines. González-Acuña et al (2007) observed severe lesions, with congestion of the intestinal mucosa and increased mucus production.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 94%
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“…Esta especie ha sido descrita parasitando una amplia lista de hospedadores, en los que encontramos 22 especies de Psittacidos de los géneros Amazona, Anodorhynchus, Ara, Aratinga, Enicognathus, Pyrrhura y Pionus (Travassos 1930;Luzes 1985;Martinez et al 2003;Kajerova et al 2004;Gonzalez-Acuña et al 2007). Su distribución geográfica abarca principalmente la selva amazónica de Sudamérica.…”
Section: Hembrasunclassified
“…The location of the main lesions is the gastrointestinal tract, in which even light infestations can impair absorption and cause diarrhea, while severe infestations may generate ulcers, intussusception, and intestinal occlusion (6,11). In spite of some studies reporting the occurrence of Ascaridia sp.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%