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Larvas de nematóides de importancia zoonótica encontradas em traíras (Hoplias malabaricus bloch, 1794) no município de Santo Antonio do Leverger, MT

DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352007000200042

Keywords: fish, traíra, hoplias malabaricus, contracaecum, eustrongylides, zoonosis, larva.

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in order to investigate the prevalence of nematode larvae with zoonotical importance in trairas (hoplias malabaricus), necropsy exams were done 30 specimes from santo antonio do leverger, mato grosso, brazil. these fishes were collected during drought time and two different nematodes larvae were found - contracaecum sp. and eustrongylides sp. - presenting the following prevalence: contracaecum sp., 73% and eustrongylides sp., 33%.

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