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Summary

A study on the epidemiology of fasciolosis was conducted in northern part of Gazira scheme and the south of Khartoum State. The results revealed that the average population of lymnaea snails was different in the four sites examined. The number of the snails increased during summer and rainy season and decreased during winter. The snail infection rate with Fasciola varied between 17% and 29%. The highest rate was recorded during May and the lowest during December. Thirty percent of the cattle examined in these areas were found to be infected with Fasciola gigantica.

 
 
   
 
 

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