A Technique for the Recovery of Infective Trichostrongyle Larvae from Soil
The recovery of infective trichostrongyle larvae from soil was achieved by a technique similar to that developed by Jørgensen (1975) to isolate Dictyocaulus vivipares larvae from herbage. Thus a process of sedimentation and filtration followed by extraction using a Baermann apparatus resulted in a clean and easily read preparation.
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