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1. Special report on diseases of cattle (id:5421285)

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2. Special report on diseases of cattle (id:5421242)

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3. Special report on diseases of cattle (id:5421306)

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4. Measles in cattle (id:5420821)

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5. Special report on diseases of cattle (id:5421266)

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6. The prevention of losses among sheep from stomach worms (Haemonchus contortus) (id:5420938)

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7. Special report on diseases of cattle (id:5421265)

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8. Notes on parasitic nematodes, including descriptions of new genera and species, and observations on life histories (id:5420893)

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9. Stomach worms (Haemonchus contortus) in sheep (id:5420878)

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10. Trichinosis: a danger in the use of raw pork for food (id:5420884)

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11. Some unusual host relations of the Texas fever tick (id:5420874)

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12. The life history of the twisted wireworm (Hæmonchus contortus) of sheep and other ruminants : (Preliminary report) (id:5420868)

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13. The tapeworms of American chickens and turkeys (id:5420860)

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14. Manson's eye worm of chickens (Oxyspirura Mansoni), with a general review of nematodes parasitic in the eyes of birds and notes on the spiny- suckered tapeworms of chickens (Davaineci echinobothrida (=Taenia botrioplites) and D. tetragona) (id:5420572)

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15. A new nematode (Gongylonema ingluvicola) parasitic in the crop of chickens (id:5421041)