عنوان مقاله [English]
Hypodermosis is a parasitic disease in sheep and goats caused by Przhevalskiana ssp. flies. Animal skin, although it does seem to incorporate a small amount of the whole animal's weight, but makes it an high-value leather product give it a special importance. The important losses of this parasite are cut a hole and destruction of the skin tissue, that is one of the significant problems of leather industry.This study was carried out in southern kerman slaughterhouse(jiroft) to determine the amount of infestation in goats slaughtered by larvae of Przhevalskiana ssp. For this purpose, the external surface of the carcass and the internal surface of the shellfish skin were examined. In this survey a total of 2400 goats were examined during the four seasons of the year (600 heads per season). Totally of 201(8.37%) were contaminated of which 44(1.83%) were male goats and 157(6.54 %) of female goats have infected. this difference in the amount of contamination was not significant in surveys. Infection (contamination) was significantly higher in winter than in other seasons.
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