Infective larvae were harvested from a culture of eggs collected from adult Strongylus asini recovered from
a free-ranging Burchell's zebra, Equus burchelli, in the Kruger National Park. Worm-free zebra, horse and donkey foals were successfully infested, but infestation failed in a mule foal. At slaughter, 117-125 days post-infestation, S. asini in their 4th moult were recovered from the liver and portal veins. This is the first report of successful experimental infestation of these hosts with S. asini.
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