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Table 4

Pooled prevalence of different Eimeria species in mainland China.

Species of Coccidia No. studies No. tested No. positive % (95% CI*)
E. auburnensis 13 5834 672 11.0% (6.6–15.4)
E. canadensis 12 5351 594 11.8% (7.4–16.1)
E. ellips 14 7021 1154 13.4% (7.8–18.9)
E. alabamensis 10 5169 379 8.5% (5.1–12.0)
E. bareillyi 1 50 30 60.0% (46.4–73.6)
E. bovis 13 6421 1135 23.4% (16.5–30.4)
E. brasiliensis 6 3280 179 7.6% (4.1–11.1)
E. bukidnonensis 4 1645 180 10.3% (7.7–12.9)
E. cylindrica 12 6878 355 6.4% (4.3–8.5)
E. kwangsiensis 1 814 28 3.4% (2.2–4.7)
E. mandela 1 1520 85 5.6% (4.4–6.7)
E. pellita 6 1885 64 3.3% (1.1–5.5)
E. subspherica 12 6454 612 12.7% (9.1–16.4)
E. wyomingensis 7 4004 231 6.4% (2.5–10.2)
E. zurnii 15 7139 1013 17.4% (10.6–12.7)
E. illinoisensis 1 118 3 2.5% (−0.3 to 5.3)
E. stiedai-like 1 118 1 0.9% (−0.8 to 2.5)

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