AVM volume 13, issue 1, P69-81 2020 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v13i1.100 View full text
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Biljana Đurđević, Ivan Pavlović, Marko Pajić, Milena Samojlović, Miloš Pelić, Jelena Petrović, Vladimir Polaček

Abstract: In the Northern part of Serbia, which is part of Pannonian Basin, mute swan (Cygnus olor) population has notably increased over the last few decades. Like other birds from Anatidae family, mute swans are a host of numerous endoparasite species. The aim of this study was to acquire the data on identification and prevalence of endoparasites in mute swans in the Republic of Serbia, as that information is lacking. Individual faecal samples of sixty-eight adult mute swans were examined for the presence of endoparas…

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