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L. Rosen, L. Ash and G. Wallace (1970)

Life history of the canine lungworm Angio-strongylus vasonim (Baillet).

American Journal of Veterinary Research, 31:131-143.

The nematode did not develop in the brain of its final host as does A. canlonensis. Instead, the third and fourth moults occurred in abdominal visceral lymph nodes and the parasites then migrated first to the liver and then to the heart and pulmonary arteries, where their development was completed. Lungworms were found in the pulmonary arteries 10 days after exposure, and first-stage larvae were...

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