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Parasites Viewed through Microscope
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee as noted

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Amiroides sp.
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

 


Amiroides sp.
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Amiroides sp-Female-Posterior end
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Eggs of Anoplocephala manubriata seen in an elephant with ventral oedema -Note the pyriform apparatus- responded to niclosamide

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Equinerbia sp.
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

 


Equinerbia sp.
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Equinerbia sp.
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Equinerbia sp. Equinerbia sp-male posterior end
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

 


Equinerbia sp.Equinerbia sp-male posterior end
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Equinerbia sp.Equinerbia sp-
male posterior end
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

 


Murshidia sp.
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

Murshidia sp.
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

Murshidia sp.
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee

Murshidia sp-Female-Posterior end
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Dr. Partha S.Banerjee


Strongyle ova seen in the dung of an elephant

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Trematode (Bivitellobilharsia) eggs seen in the dung of an adult elephant showing dermatitis-responded to anthiomaline

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