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1. Internal parasites of swine (id:5420500)

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2. The serphoid and chalcidoid parasites of the hessian fly (id:CAT87206506)

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3. Diseases and parasites of poultry (id:5420847)

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4. Ineffectiveness of internal medication of poultry for the control of external parasites (id:CAT87200057)

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5. Rabbit parasites and diseases (id:5420497)

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6. Lice, mange, and ticks of horses, and methods of control and eradication (id:5420661)

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7. The horse bots and their control (id:5420658)

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8. Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep (id:5420586)

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9. Hog lice and hog mange : methods of control and eradication (id:5420600)

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10. The fowl tick and how premises may be freed from it (id:5420504)

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11. Mites and lice on poultry (id:5420736)

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12. The sheep tick and its eradication by dipping (id:5420735)

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13. The life history of Habronema muscæ (Carter) : a parasite of the horse transmitted by the house fly (id:5421141)

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14. The stable fly (id:5420632)

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15. Directions for constructing vats and dipping cattle to destroy ticks (id:5420813)

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16. Our present knowledge of the distribution and importance of some parasitic diseases of sheep and cattle in the United States (id:5420798)

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17. The action of anthelmintics on parasites located outside of the alimentary canal (id:5420566)

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18. The protozoan parasites of domesticated animals (id:5420799)

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19. The roundworms of domestic swine : with special reference to two species in the stomach (id:5421144)

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20. A comparative study of methods of examining feces for evidences of parasitism (id:5421154)