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LARGE. Broad; extensive; unconfined. The opposite of strict, narrow, or confined. At large, at liberty.

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Large strongyles larvae migrate widely within the host through extra-alimentary tissues with a minimum of 6 month prepatent period (Kaplan 2004).
Large strongyles have large buccal capsules which they attach to the intestinal mucosa pull out a plug of tissue absorb the host cells crack the blood vessels and suck blood feed on the mucosa and consume blood (Levine 1980).
As with the large strongyles, horses become infested by these parasites through ingesting the infective third-stage larvae while grazing.
Species of large strongyle identified in sampled horses included; S.

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