He next proceeded to inspect his hack, which, with more quartos than a real and more blemishes than the steed of Gonela, that "tantum pellis et ossa fuit," surpassed in his eyes the Bucephalus
of Alexander or the Babieca of the Cid.
For them stage-coaches will have become romances--a team of four bays as fabulous as Bucephalus
or Black Bess.
"Intact, my dear friend; besides the harness of your Bucephalus
If big can be beautiful, speed is the buzz and as Kingsgate Native rocketed up the rails in the Audi Stakes there was that raw, sensuous admiration that certainly stretches all the way back to when Alexander first clamped himself in behind Bucephalus
And only one trematode, Bucephalus
polymorphus, is known to cause parasitic damage to zebra mussels (Molloy et al.
, trained by David Wachman, rounded off the day in brilliant fashion for Berry.
Berry is a joy to watch when he gets it right, but this ride on a horse who should have won well must have been so frustrating for Bucephalus
Infection of oysters by the digenetic trematode Bucephalus
suggested the presence of either the definitive host Lepisosteus (gars of the family Lepisosteidae) or the second intermediate host Mugil cephalus, the striped mullet.
McDonogh completed his double on Dusty Trail for Kevin and Leslie Prendergast in the 1m handicap, his mount battling back to see off Bucephalus
by a short head.
Helminths included an unidentified turbellarian (prevalence 1% to 4%) observed at three sites and the digenetic trematodes Echinostoma sp., Proctoeces maculatus and Bucephalus
, who came in for plenty of support when he finished out of the money in a three-year-old handicap at Galway, was the subject of another misplaced gamble when the Montjeu gelding had to settle for fifth spot behind Sara Cara in the three-year-old handicap.
Hemolymph-free amino acids and related nitrogenous compounds of Crassostrea virginica infected with Bucephalus