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Volume 15, Number 4—April 2009

Research

Animal Reservoir Hosts and Fish-borne Zoonotic Trematode Infections on Fish Farms, Vietnam

Nguyen Thi Lan AnhComments to Author , Nguyen Thi Phuong, K. Darwin Murrell, Maria Vang Johansen, Anders Dalsgaard, Luong To Thu, Tran Thi Kim Chi, and Stig Milan Thamsborg
Author affiliations: National Institute of Veterinary Research, Hanoi, Vietnam (N.T.L. Anh, N.T. Phuong, L.T. Thu); University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (N.T.L. Anh, D. Murrell, M. Vang Johansen, A. Dalsgaard, S.M. Thamsborg); Research Institute for Aquaculture I, Tu Son, Bắc Ninh, Vietnam (T.T.K. Chi)

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Adult trematodes recovered from domestic animals in Nghe An Province, Vietnam. A) Haplorchis taichui; B) H. pumilio; C) H. yokogawai; D) Echinochasmus japonicus; E) Echinostoma cinetorchis.

Figure 2. Adult trematodes recovered from domestic animals in Nghe An Province, Vietnam. A) Haplorchis taichui; B) H. pumilio; C) H. yokogawai; D) Echinochasmus japonicus; E) Echinostoma cinetorchis.

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