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Aspects of the phytogeny of the Trematoda Rudolphi, 1808 (Platyhelminthes: Cercomeria)
Systematic analyses of various familial- and suprafamilial -level groups of trematodes are evaluated using phylogenetic systematic methods, and the results are compared with previous phylogeneticExpand
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A new species of Phyllodistomum Braun, 1899 (Digenea: Gorgoderidae) in a Neotropical catfish, with discussion of the generic relationships of the Gorgoderidae
A new species of Phyllodistomum is described. Collected from the doradid catfish Trachycorystes insignis in western Colombia, Phyllodistomum mayesi sp. n. resembles P. spatula, P. spatulaeforme, andExpand
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Marbled Murrelet Brachyramphus marmoratus movements and marine habitat use near proposed tanker routes to Kitimat, BC, Canada.
Received 22 May 2015, accepted 23 October 2015 SUMMARY BERTRAM, D.F., MacDONALD, C.A., O’HARA, P.D., CRAGG, J.L., JANSSEN, M.H., McADIE, M. & BOYD, W.S. 2015. Marbled Murrelet BrachyramphusExpand
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Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the North American species of Telorchis Luehe, 1899 (Cercomeria: Trematoda: Digenea: Telorchiidae)
Telorchiids are plagiorchiform digeneans inhabiting the intestines of freshwater turtles, snakes, and salamanders. Previous systematic revisions of the group have been problematical because of a lackExpand
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A new species of Telorchis Luehe, 1899 (Digenea: Telorchiidae) from the yellow-bellied turtle, Chrysemys scripta scripta Schoepff, 1792.
A new species of Telorchis (Telorchis scabrae) is described. It most closely resembles T. chelopi by possessing a large, muscular cirrus sac and a large, robust body. It differs from all other spec...
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Redescription of Pseudotelorchis compactus (Cable and Sanborn, 1970) Yamaguti, 1971 (Cercomeria: Trematoda: Digenea: Plagiorchiformes) with discussion of its phylogenetic affinities
Pseudotelorchis compactus from the oviducts of Emydoidea blandingi is redescribed and its phylogenetic affinities examined. The Ochetosomatidae is considered the sister group of the TelorchiidaeExpand
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