ruminant parasitology

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babesia bigemina

pyroplasma (RBCs) causes texas cattle fever in cattle sheep and goat

bunostomum spp.

hookworm (small intestine) in cattle, sheep and goat

capillaria sp.

capillary worm ((small intestine) in cattle and sheep

chabertia ovina

large mouth bowel worm (large intestine) in sheep

chorioptes sp.

tail or foot mange of cattle sheep and goats reportable disease

coccidia

a.k.a. eimeria

cochliomyia hominivorax

screwworm (SQ tissues) in cattle

cooperia spp.

cattle bankrupt worm (small intestine) in cattle, sheep and goat

cryptosporidium spp.

crypto (small intestine)

dictyocaulus viviparus

lungworm in cattle, sheep and goat

echinococcus granulosus

hydatid cyst (lung or liver) sheep are source of infection for carnivores

eimeria spp.

coccidia (small intestine) in cattle and sheep

elaophora schneideri

sorehead, filarila dermatitis (arteries anterior to heart) in sheep and mule deer

fasciola hepatica

common liver fluke (hepatic bile ducts) in cattle sheep and goat

gongylonema spp.

esophageal worm (mucosa of esophagus) in cattle sheep and goat

haemochus contortus

barber's pole or wire worm (abomasum) in sheep

hypoderma lineatum

common cattle bot (SQ tissues) in cattle sheep and goat

lucilia, phormia, calliphora

blowflies, sheep blowflies or bottle flies (epidermis) in sheep causes myiasis strike

melophagus ovinus

sheep ked (lesions to the skin)

moniezia benedeni

tapeworm (small intestine) in cattle