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The ant species - Intermediate hosts of tapeworm Raillietina spp found in backyard chickens in Thai Nguyen province Update: 9/20/2012 4:27:26 PM (GMT+7)

Nguyen Thi Kim Lan, Nguyen Thi Ngan, Nguyen Duc Truong and Trinh Thi Quy - 5 ant species known as intermediate hosts of tapeworm Raillietina spp were found in backyard chickens in Thai Nguyen province, namely Pheidologeton diversus, Tetramorium caespitum, Camponotus nicobarensis, Camponotus treubi, Anoplolepis gracilipes. These species belongs to Formicidae family.

 

Nguyen Duc Truong and Trinh Thi Quy

 

SUMMARY

 5 ant species  known as intermediate hosts of tapeworm Raillietina spp were found in backyard chickens in Thai Nguyen province, namely Pheidologeton diversus, Tetramorium caespitum, Camponotus nicobarensis, Camponotus treubi, Anoplolepis gracilipes. These species belongs to Formicidae family.

Appearance frequency of the above five ant species in the ecological areas  fluctuated from 66.67%  to 100%.  Out of 144  ant colonies, there were 127 colonies found to carry   proglottises in chicken feces to the their nests. The ants were more active in finding  food in between 7 am - 10 am daily (78.47%). The ratio  of ants carrying cysticerrcoid  larvae was 40.83%. The  activity  and   carry of proglottises of ants in Summer – Autumn season were more than in Winter – Spring season.

Key words: Ant, Tapeworm, Cysticercoid, Backyard chickens , Thai Nguyen province.

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