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From: Moving the boundaries to the South-East: first record of autochthonous Angiostrongylus vasorum infection in a dog in Vojvodina province, northern Serbia

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Morphology of the first stage larva of Angiostrongylus vasorum . First stage larvae were isolated using a modified Baermann technique and killed with Lugol’s iodine. Note tip of the tail with dorsal indentation (outlined white arrowhead) and ventral indentation (black arrowhead), as diagnostic morphological characteristics, and cephalic button (cb) located at anterior end.

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