2009
DOI: 10.4322/rbpv.018e1004 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ResumoEstudos sobre biodiversidade permitem avaliações ecossistêmicas e monitoramentos de impactos e mudanças ambientais. A diversidade parasitária pode refletir o processo coevolutivo entre parasitos e hospedeiros, e mudanças ambientais que permitem a perda, ganho ou a manutenção das espécies nesse processo. O presente trabalho utilizou espécies/morfotipos de ovos de helmintos encontrados em fezes de sete mamíferos silvestres (os grupos Dasypodidae e grandes felinos, e as espécies: Tamandua tetradactyla, Cebu… Show more

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“…Animal occurrence studies provide evidence of interest to conservation and other biological aspects. In this study, there have been many domestic dogs records (Canis familiaris) that enter mainly (VARZONE et al, 2008;BRANDÃO et al, 2009;BRAGA et al, 2010). The ecological interactions possibility between wild mammals and pet signals need an action to a better local managing for biodiversity conservation (SAMPAIO; SCHMIDT, 2013) and for public health.…”
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“…Animal occurrence studies provide evidence of interest to conservation and other biological aspects. In this study, there have been many domestic dogs records (Canis familiaris) that enter mainly (VARZONE et al, 2008;BRANDÃO et al, 2009;BRAGA et al, 2010). The ecological interactions possibility between wild mammals and pet signals need an action to a better local managing for biodiversity conservation (SAMPAIO; SCHMIDT, 2013) and for public health.…”
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“…Studies related to the investigation of intestinal parasites in wild jaguars are scarce, and most of the available information for the species comes from individuals housed in captivity (e.g., OTTO, 1974;PATTON et al, 1986;MÜLLER et al, 2005;CASTRO;ALBUQUERQUE, 2008;FURTADO;FILONI, 2008;VIEIRA et al, 2008;BRANDÃO et al, 2009). Nevertheless, the data available in the scientific literature represent a total of five Phyla and 15 Families of jaguar intestinal parasites.…”
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“…There are reports of nematodes infecting C. thous in different Brazilian biomes; however, the majority of studies have concentrated on the Atlantic Forest and Caatinga biomes (VICENTE et al, 1997;SANTOS et al, 2003;DUARTE, 2007;GRIESE, 2007;VIEIRA et al, 2008;BRANDÃO et al, 2009;LIMA, 2009;RIBEIRO et al, 2009;MAGALHÃES-PINTO et al, 2011;LIMA et al, 2013). In the Pantanal wetlands, some nematodes have been reported in C. thous, such as Aelurostrongylus sp., Angiostrongylus sp., Dirofilaria repens, and Dirofilaria sp.…”
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