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The aim of the study, conducted during the period 1992 to 1996, was to identify the Eimeria species present in Swedish chickens. All samples, including litter, faeces and guts from dead birds submitted for coccidial diagnosis, were obtained from farms where no live coccidiosis vaccines had ever been used. Identification of the different species was based on the criteria of oocyst morphology, location and characteristics of intestinal lesions, morphology of parasite endogenous stages, prepaientdoi:10.1080/03079459808419392 pmid:18484050 fatcat:ctjnp33zufb63pufhv4l4rnw3a