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Table 1 Summary of the results from a gastrointestinal helminth survey in wild red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) in Norway by Bakka et al.[8]showing the prevalence and parasite counts, including the 95% confidence interval (CI), as well as species identified

From: Gastrointestinal parasites in an isolated Norwegian population of wild red deer (Cervus elaphus)

Bakkaet al.[8] N Prevalence [95%CI] Mean counts [95%CI] Min-Max (median) Species detected (No. of individuals with each parasite species)
Abomasal parasites 25 84% [65-94] 820 [523-1116] 0-2300 (700) Osteragia sp. (6)*: Ostertagia leptospicularis (4) and Ostertagia circumcincta (1)
Spiculopteragia sp. (15)
Small intestinal parasites 25 16% [6-35] 21 [-1-42] 0-200 (0) Nematodirus sp. (4)*: Nematodirus battus (2) and N. filicollis (1)
Capillaria sp. (1)
Moniezia sp. (3)
Large intestinal parasites 25 72% [52-86] 6 [3-9] 0-20 (3) Trichuris sp. (5)
Oesphagostomum venulosum (14)
Chabertia sp. (1)
  1. *Not identified beyond family level.