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" What Dr Wiesenthal wrote last century applies well to gapes as prevailing in different parts of this country at the present time. Pheasants and partridges are also liable to the disease. Dr Spencer Cobbold says: " This parasite has been found and... "
Pheasants: Their Natural History and Practical Management - Page 82
by William Bernhard Tegetmeier - 1881 - 142 pages
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Our Domestic Animals in Health and Disease, Volumes 1-2

John Gamgee - Animals - 1861
...present time. Pheasants and partridges are also liable to the disease. Dr Spencer Cobbold says: " This parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...doubt that this list might be very much extended if our British ornithologists would favour us with their experience in the matter. Hitherto I have been...
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Our domestic animals in health and disease. Div

John Gamgee - History - 1861
...present time. Pheasants and partridges are also liable to the disease. Dr Spencer Cobbold says: " This parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...doubt that this list might be very much extended if our British ornithologists would favour us with their experience in the matter. Hitherto I have been...
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Entozoa, an introduction to the study of helminthology 1864

Thomas Spencer Cobbold - Medical helminthology - 1864 - 480 pages
...cock, pheasant, partridge, black stork, magpie, hooded crow, green woodpecker, starling and swift ; and I do not doubt that this list might be very much extended...would favour us with their experience in the matter. Hitherto I have been surprised to find how few of those to whom I have mentioned the subject appear...
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The poultry book: comprising the breeding and management of profitable and ...

William Bernhard Tegetmeier - 1867
...Spencer Cobbold, to the Linnsean Society, on its history and treatment. Dr. Cobbold writes : " This parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...list might be very much extended if ornithologists vould favour us with their experience in the matter. In view of adding something to our knowledge of...
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The American Entomologist: An Illustrated Magazine of Popular and ..., Volume 2

Nature - 1870
...the present time. Pheasants and partridges are also liable to the disease. Dr. Spencer Cobbold says: "This parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...following birds, namely, the turkey, domestic cock, plu-a-ant, partridge, common duck, lapwing, black stork, msigpie, hooded crow, green woodpecker, darling,...
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Our Domestic Animals in Health and Disease, Volume 1

John Gamgee - 1871
...present time. Pheasants and partridges are also liable to the disease. Dr Spencer Cobbold says : " This parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...crow, green woodpecker, starling, and swift. I do not dotibt that this list might be very much extended if our British ornithologists would favour us with...
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The Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society, Volumes 21-23

New York State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1873
...quadrupeds. Many different genera of birds are subject to it. and the same worm infests the air passages in the turkey, domestic cock, pheasant, partridge, common...stork, magpie, hooded crow green woodpecker, starling, anil swift. This worm is known as the Sclerostomn syngamia, so called because the sexes are generally...
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Animal Plagues: Their History, Nature, and Prevention, Volume 1

George Fleming - Animals - 1871 - 548 pages
...it has obtained the honourable title of Sclerostoma Syngamus. Dr Spencer Cobbold informs us that ' this parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...cock, pheasant, partridge, common duck, lapwing, black AD 1798. Catarrhs, anginas, and pleurisy were frequent in mankind. The epizooty in horses, which has...
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The Book of Poultry, Volume 1

Lewis Wright - Poultry - 1885
...write, he states that it has been observed in the trachea of the turkey, fowl, pheasant, partridge, duck, lapwing, black stork, magpie, hooded crow, green woodpecker, starling, and swift. The probability however is that all birds are more or less subject to it. The worm is rather less than...
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Volume 5

Linnean Society of London - Zoology - 1861
...p. 204 (with woodcut). If, as I surmise, the above synonyms all refer to the same species of worm, this parasite has been found and recorded as occurring...doubt that this list might be very much extended if our British ornithologists would favour us with their experience in the matter. Hitherto I hate been...
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