Infrapoblaciones parasitarias intestinales en el ratón de campo, Apodemus sylvaticus (L., 1758) y su influencia en algunos parámetros somáticos

  1. Garnica Cortezo, Rafael de
  2. Reguera Feo, Antonio
  3. Castañón Ordóñez, Luciano
Anales de la Facultad de Veterinaria de León

ISSN: 0373-1170

Year of publication: 1992

Year: 38

Issue: 38

Pages: 25-31

Type: Article

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Forty-nine intestinal infracommunities of woodmouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) were studied. They were related to the habitat and rodent somatic parameters:weigth, length and the index length/weigth. The data obtained show that the nine infrapopulations found have different effects on the host. Hymenolepis diminuta restricts its length and some digenea and particularly a nematode, Trichuris muris, origin important pathogenic effects that decrease the weigth and increase the index length/weigth considerably.