Fatal clostridial enterotoxemia (Clostrium glycolcum) in an ornate nile monitor (Veranus ornarus)
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Enterotoxemia caused by Clostridium glycolium was identified as the cause of circulatory collapse and death in a female, 3-year old, captive-bred ornate Nile monitor (Veranus ornatus). Anaerobic culture af fecal samples from 12 other monitor lizards from collection failed to demonstrate the presence of this pathogen.
|Journal||Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- Former LIFE faculty - Ornate Nile monitor; Veranus ornatus; Clostridium