Fecal samples were collected on a seasonal-based rhythm in a naturally Passalurus ambiguus infested rabbit farm. Flubendazole treatments were administered at each season as soon as egg counts were positive. Coprological analyses were performed using the new Mini-FLOTAC technique. This technique was simple, easy to use and relevant for assessing helminth eggs on targeted animals: primiparous, freshly inseminated but nonpregnant and nulliparous animals. The study showed that selection of animals for the sampling procedure and the follow-up after treatments was of great importance.
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