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Extraordinary numbers of Lymnaea cubensis snails were noted in the Dorado area of Puerto Rico in February 1971, coincident with heavy rainfall from October through December 1970. Fasciola hepatica occurred in snails at a modal rate of 4%, assuring vast numbers of infected snails and metacercariae. A snail density determination was made for subsequent comparison, and six of 19 herds of cattle examined previously (1970) were reexamined to determine changes in occurrence of fascioliasis. By Maydoi:10.46429/jaupr.v62i2.10373 fatcat:rxpxlt4dmbd6vpxhoqnqaekdki