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Helminth fauna of the small intestine in the European red fox, Vulpes vulpes with notes on the morphological identification of Echinococcus multilocularis.
The small intestines parasite fauna in 561 red foxes from Romania was polyspecific with the predominance of nematodes (91.4%), followed by cestodes (90.7%) and trematodes (15%). The highest intensityExpand
Genetic variability of the cold-tolerant Microtus oeconomus subspecies left behind retreating glaciers
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The differential analysis of the genetic structure of various subgroups resulting from clustering analysis was performed to reveal the genetic relationships among individuals within and between geographic regions and found a closer relation of M. oeconomus stimmingi with each of the isolated subspecies than between them. Expand
Molecular and morphological evidence for multiple species within Paranoplocephala omphalodes (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae) in Microtus voles (Arvicolinae)
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Molecular and morphological evidence for multiple species within Paranoplocephala omphalodes (Cestoda, Anop Locephalidae) in Microtus voles (Arvicolinae) is provided. Expand
Molecular systematics and morphometrics of Anoplocephaloides dentata (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae) and related species in voles and lemmings
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The overall evidence suggests that instead of a single host‐generalist species there are at least five more or less host‐specific species of A. dentata, suggested by the considerable incongruence between host and parasite phylogenies at multiple taxonomic levels. Expand
A novel myxozoan parasite of terrestrial mammals: description of Soricimyxum minuti sp. n. (Myxosporea) in pygmy shrew Sorex minutus from Hungary.
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This work has identified a novel myxosporean Soricimyxum minuti sp. Expand
A synopsis of records of myxozoan parasites (Cnidaria: Myxozoa) from shrews, with additional data on Soricimyxum fegati from common shrew Sorex araneus in Hungary and pygmy shrew Sorex minutus in
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Given the lack of distinguishing morphological or morphometric characters between Soricimyxum spp. Expand
Morphometric discriminant analysis of three species of Petasiger Dietz, 1909 (Digenea: Echinostomatidae)
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Deux variables (diametre du pharynx et longueur de l'oesophage) presentent une grande correlation avec les fonctions canoniques et a elles seules permettent d'identifier les trois especes de Petasiger. Expand
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