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T. Kuzmina, S. Kornaś, M. Basiaga, V. Kharchenko and A. Vyniarska

[1] Anjos, D. H., Rodrigues, M. L. (2003): Structure of the community of the Strongylidae nematodes in the dorsal colon of Equus caballus from Rio de Janeiro state-Brazil. Vet. Parasitol., 112: 109–116. DOI: 10.1016/S0304-4017(02)00424-7 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304-4017(02)00424-7 [2] Bucknell, D. G., Gasser, R. B., Beveridge, I. (1995): The prevalence and epidemiology of gastrointestinal parasites of horses in Victoria, Australia. Int. J. Parasitol., 25: 711–724. DOI: 10.1016/0020-7519(94)00214-9 http

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K. Slivinska, V. Kharchenko, Z. Wróblewski, J. Gawor and T. Kuzmina

Introduction Polish primitive horses or the Polish Konik horse (Equus caballus gmelini Antonius form silvatica Vetulani) is the primitive horse breed originating directly from the tarpans ( Pruski, 1959 ; Pruski & Jaworowska, 1963 ; Kownacki, 1984 ; Pasicka, 2013 ). This semiwild breed of horse is a natural relic and a precious part of Poland’s and Europe’s heritage. Due to their small numbers these horses are classified as an endangered breed and have been included into the program for protection of threatened local breeds ( Jaworski, 2007

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K. Slivinska, Z. Wróblewski and J. Gawor

Introduction The Polish primitive horses ( Equus caballus ) represent a breed of domestic horses that bear a strong resemblance to tarpans, their wild ancestors which had lived on the steppes of southeastern Europe and Asia (Western Siberia). The original breed was completely extinct by the end of the 19 th century. In the mid-twentieth century, primitive horses exhibiting tarpans’ exterior were found in small farms of eastern Poland and saved in the reserve as the Polish primitive horses, a subspecies of tarpans. Currently, there are four reserves in

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K. Slivinska, J. Gawor and Z. Jaworski

[1] Dawson, K. (2003): A non-lethal method for assessment of efficacy of antiparasitics against parasites in horses such as Anoplocephala perfoliata and Gasterophilus intestinalis. Vet. Parasitol., 115: 67–70 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304-4017(03)00161-4 [2] Dvojnos, G. M., Kharchenko, V. A., Zvegintsova, N. S. (1992): Characteristics of the helminth community from Turkmen kulan (Equus hemionus). Parasitologia, 26: 246–251 (in Russian) [3] Eysker, M., Mirck, M. H. (1986): The

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K. Slivinska, G. Dvojnos and G. Kopij

[1] Baillie, J., Groombridge, B. (Eds.) (1996): IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals. IUCN, Glad, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK [2] Baruš, V. (1962a): Helminthfauna of horses in Czechoslovakia. Čsl. Parasitol.: 9: 15–94 (in Czech) [3] Baruš, V. (1962b): Further knowledge on the helminthofauna of the Przewalsky Horse (Equus przewalskii Poliakov 1881). Zool. Listy, 11: 380–381 (in Czech) [4] Baruš, V. (1962–63): Parasitic worms of horses in Czechoslovakia

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S. C. Tolliver, E. T. Lyons, M. K. Nielsen and J. L. Bellaw

References BUCKNELL, D.G., GASSER, R.K., BEVERIDGE, I. (1995): The prevalence and epidemiology of gastrointestinal parasites of horses in Victoria, Australia. Int. J. Parasitol., 25: 711 - 724. DOI: 10.1016/0020-7519(94)00214-9 CHAPMAN, M.R., FRENCH, D.D., KLEI, T.R. (2003): Prevalence of strongyle nematodes in naturally infected ponies of different ages and during different seasons of the year in Louisiana.J.Parasitol., 89: 309 - 314. DOI: 10.1645/0022-3395 (2003)089[0309: POSNIN] 2.0.CO; 2 CLAYTON, H.M. (1978

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Š. Scháňková, M. Maršálek, P. Wagnerová, D. Lukešová, L. Starostová, I. Jankovská, Z. Čadková, M. Kudrnáčová, A. Brožová, J. Truněčková and I. Langrová

[1] Boersema, J. H., Eysker, M., Nas, J. W. M. (2002): Apparent resistance of Parascaris equorum to macrocyclic lactones. Vet. Rec., 150(9): 279–281. DOI: 10.1186/1751-0147-49-25 http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/vr.150.9.279 [2] Brazik, E. L., Luquire, J. T., Little, D. (2006): Pyrantel pamoate resistance in horses receiving daily administration of pyrantel tartrate. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc., 228(1): 101–103. DOI: 10.2460/javma.228.1.101 http://dx.doi.org/10.2460/javma.228.1.101 [3] Briggs K

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I. Langrová, I. Jankovská, J. Vadlejch, M. Libra, A. Lytvynets and K. Makovcová

[1] Baruš, V. (1962): Helminth fauna of horses in Czechoslovakia. Čs. parasitol, IX: 15–94 [2] Baruš, V. (1963): Life cycle of some nematodes from the family Trichonematidae (Witenberg, 1925) in laboratory and field conditions. Čs. parasitol., 10: 23–54 (in Czech) [3] Bazanova, R. U. (1948): Influence of physical factors on development of eggs and larvae of horse strongyles. Trudy Alma at. Zoovet. Inst., 5: 137–142 (in Russian) [4] Bello, T. R., Gordon, V. L

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J. Tantanasi, A. Diakou, A. Tamvakis and I. Batjakas

[1] AAITO-IFIACI Anisakis Consortium (2011): Anisakis hypersensitivity in Italy: prevalence and clinical features: a multicenter study. Allergy, 66: 1563–1569. DOI: 10.1111/j.1398-9995.2011.02691.x http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1398-9995.2011.02691.x [2] Abaunza, P., Villamor, B., Pérez, J. R. (1995): Infestation by larvae of Anisakis simplex (Nematoda: Ascaridata) in horse mackerel, Trachurus trachurus, and Atlantic mackerel, Scomber scombrus, in ICES Divisions VIIIb, VIIIc and Ixa (N-NW of Spain). Sci. Mar. 59

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Š. Scháňková, M. Maršálek, P. Wagnerová, I. Langrová, L. Starostová, R. Stupka, J. Navrátil, A. Brožová, M. Kudrnáčová, I. Jankovská, J. Vadlejch and Z. Čadková

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