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“…These snails were reared in plastic terrariums containing 20 g of moistened sterilized mulch (120°C for 1 hour) and fed ad libitum with poultry feed enriched with calcium carbonate (3:1 proportion) according to Araújo and Bessa (1993).…”
Section: Snailsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…These snails were reared in plastic terrariums containing 20 g of moistened sterilized mulch (120°C for 1 hour) and fed ad libitum with poultry feed enriched with calcium carbonate (3:1 proportion) according to Araújo and Bessa (1993).…”
Section: Snailsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These newly hatched were fed according Araújo and Bessa (1993) and terrariums moistened with water every three days. Observations for mortality analysis were performed every three days, through direct observation of animals, dead individuals were removed from the terrarium.…”
Section: Survival Of the Offspring Originated From Exposed Eggsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…bragai requires a land mollusk to complete its life cycle and, in Brazil, Leptinaria unilamellata (Keller and Araújo, 1992) and Subulina octona (Brandolini and Amato, 2007) (Araújo and Bessa, 1993).…”
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“…To acquire an infection, the bird must ingest the infective form of the parasite, the metacercariae encysted in the tissues of infected mollusks. The mollusks reported as the intermediate hosts for Paratanaisia in Brazil are the land snails Leptinaria unilamellata (KELLER & ARAÚJO, 1992) and Subulina octona (BRANDOLINI & AMATO, 2006), which are very small, 4-5 mm and 13 mm, respectively (ARAÚJO & BESSA, 1993;ARAÚJO & KELLER, 1993). These species are commonly observed in shaded and humid places such as under rock and plant surfaces and in construction cracks (ARAÚJO & BESSA, 1993).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%