we spoke a while ago and i described what i thought was liverfluke in a roe deer that i shot. Without photos you acknowledged that it probably was and also you said that it was not as common in red, also that if i came across it again that i should take a photo.
Well yesterday morning i had a hind and calf both were in good condition and behaving normally until shot!
Upon inspecting the gralloch of the stag calf i noticed that things were moving on the liver and coming out of the orifices and they were present inside the liver in holes presumable made by the fluke. Stuff of nightmares these little creatures. By the way 30 miles seperates the roe and the red that i have seen it in. Could you confirm that it is liverfluke please[img][/img]
Also the liver had whitish edges to it and it was smooth to cut through