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The results of parasitological analysis of wild boar faeces collected at Nature Park Medvednica – preliminary results


Bujanić, Miljenko; Lučinger, Snježana; Živičnjak, Tatjana; Martinković, Franjo; Sindičić, Magda; Krapinec, Krešimir; Račić, Darko; Pavlak, Marina; Konjević, Dean
The results of parasitological analysis of wild boar faeces collected at Nature Park Medvednica – preliminary results // Book of Abstracts the 6th International Congress ''Veterinary Science and Profession'' / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ur.).
Zagreb: The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2015. str. 57-57 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
The results of parasitological analysis of wild boar faeces collected at Nature Park Medvednica – preliminary results

Autori
Bujanić, Miljenko ; Lučinger, Snježana ; Živičnjak, Tatjana ; Martinković, Franjo ; Sindičić, Magda ; Krapinec, Krešimir ; Račić, Darko ; Pavlak, Marina ; Konjević, Dean

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of Abstracts the 6th International Congress ''Veterinary Science and Profession'' / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen - Zagreb : The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2015, 57-57

Skup
The 6th International Congress ''Veterinary Science and Profession''

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 01.-02.10.2015

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Wild boar ; Medvednica ; parasites ; zoonotic potential

Sažetak
Health monitoring of wildlife species is an important part of the veterinary public health. This is further emphasized in the protected areas of nature due to the lack of management measures and frequent visits by humans and companion animals. Such conditions increase risk of mutual transmission of pathogens, including those with zoonotic potential. Wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) is omnivorous species exhibiting population overgrowth throughout the country. In this two-year study we have collected samples of wild boar faeces (n=63 ; 38♂ and 25♀) from Medvednica Nature Park. Since Medvednica is divided into 7 protection areas samples were collected as following: area 1 - 11 samples, 2 – 10, 3 – 10, 4 – 5, 5 – 14, 6 – 4, and 7 – 9. Samples were analysed using flotation and sedimentation methods. Strongylid eggs were found most frequently (in 41 samples ; 65.1%), followed by coccidian oocysts (31 ; 49.2%), Metastrongylus lungworm eggs (25 ; 39.7%), Trichuris suis eggs (17 ; 26.9%) and Ascaris suum eggs (2 ; 3.2%). Prevalence of intestinal parasites was 71% in males, and 76% in females. Identified parasites represent normal parasitic fauna of wild boars. Potentially zoonotic nematode eggs were detected in 26.9 % (T. suis) and 3.2 % (A. suum) of samples.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Veterinarska medicina, Šumarstvo



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Projekt / tema
HRZZ-UIP-2013-11-3421 - Molekularna epidemiologija nekih invazijskih oboljenja divljih životinja (Dean Konjević, )

Ustanove
Veterinarski fakultet, Zagreb