Diversitatea parazitofaunei la Canis familiaris din ecosistemul urban, Chişinău
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TĂLĂMBUŢĂ, Nina; CHIHAI, Oleg; ERHAN, Dumitru; RUSU, Ştefan; MELNIC, Galina; ZAMORNEA, Maria; GHERASIM, Elena; ANGHEL, Tudor. Diversitatea parazitofaunei la Canis familiaris din ecosistemul urban, Chişinău. In: Actual problems of zoology and parasitology: achievements and prospects. 13 octombrie 2017, Chișinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Institutul de Zoologie, 2017, pp. 212-219. ISBN 978-9975-66-590-2.
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Actual problems of zoology and parasitology: achievements and prospects 2017
Simpozionul "Actual problems of zoology and parasitology: achievements and prospects"
Chișinău, Moldova, 13 octombrie 2017

Diversitatea parazitofaunei la Canis familiaris din ecosistemul urban, Chişinău


Pag. 212-219

Tălămbuţă Nina1, Chihai Oleg2, Erhan Dumitru2, Rusu Ştefan2, Melnic Galina2, Zamornea Maria2, Gherasim Elena2, Anghel Tudor2
 
1 Universitatea Liberă Internaţională din Moldova,
2 Institutul de Zoologie al AŞM
 
Disponibil în IBN: 17 septembrie 2018


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The aim of the paper is to evaluate the diversity of parasitic fauna and to highlight major zoonoses at Canis familiaris in Chisinau urban ecosystems. Taxonomically, parasitic species fall into 5 classes, 14 families, 14 genera and 14 species. Parasitofauna diversity includes 14 species, where the prevalence of Isospora canis is 12.5%, respectively of Sarcocystis spp – 2.3%, Dipylidium caninum – 13.4, Diphyllobothrium latum – 1.6%, Toxocara canis – 1.6%, Toxascaris leonina – 4.0%, Ancylostoma caninum – 5.0%, Trichocephalus vulpis – 9.8%, Demodex cani – 25.5%, Sarcoptescanis – 13.5%, Rhipicephalus sanguineus – 1.0%, Otodectes cynotis – 8%, Ctenocephalides canis – 3.5%, and with Trichodectes canis the prevalenceis is 2.5%. Habitually 6 (43.0%) species of ectoparasites were identified and 8 (57.0%) species of endoparasites. The epidemiological structure consists of 11 (78.6%) parasitic species with zoonotic impact and 3 (21.4%) species are characteristic for canines.

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parasitism, species,

canids, zoonoses