Gastrointestinal helminths of 51 species of anurans from Reserva Cuzco amazónico, Peru
Cosmocerca brasiliense was the most common helminth: 34 of 51 anuran species (67%).
Helminth communities of two sympatric skinks (Mabuya agilis and Mabuya macrorhyncha) from two "restinga" habitats in southeastern Brazil.
The helminth fauna of two sympatric congeneric skinks from two distinct "restinga" habitats in southeastern Brazil were studied and the parasite faunas were qualitatively very similar among species and/or localities, but quantitative similarities were more varied.
NEW SPECIES OF OSWALDOCRUZIA (NEMATODA: MOLINEOIDAE), NEW SPECIES OF RHABDIAS (NEMATODA: RHABDIASIDAE), AND OTHER HELMINTHS IN RANA CF. FORRERI (ANURA: RANIDAE) FROM COSTA RICA
Oswaldocruzia costaricensis n. sp. (Strongylida: Molineidae) from the intestines and Rhabdias savagei n. sp. (Rhabditida: Rhabdiasidae) from the lungs of Rana cf. forreri (Anura: Ranidae) are…
Helminth parasites of seven anuran species from northwestern Mexico
One hundred eighty-three specimens representing 7 anuran species were examined for helminth parasites and thirty-five new host records are reported.
Gastrointestinal Helminths from 13 Species of Lizards from Reserva Cuzco Amazónico, Peru
One hundred sixty-four lizards representing 13 species collected from the Reserva Cuzco Amazónico, Peru, were examined for helminths, finding larvae of Dujardinascaris sp.
Helminth parasites of six species of anurans from Los Tuxtlas and Catemaco Lake, Veracruz, Mexico
RHABDIAS ANOLIS N. SP. (NEMATODA: RHABDIASIDAE) FROM THE LIZARD, ANOLIS FRENATUS (SAURIA: POLYCHROTIDAE), FROM PANAMA
Rhabdias anolis n. sp. from the lungs of Anolis frenatus collected in Panama is described and illustrated. Rhabdias anolis n. sp. represents the 45th species assigned to the genus and the ninth from…
TRANSPORT OF HELMINTHS TO HAWAII VIA THE BROWN ANOLE, ANOLIS SAGREI (POLYCHROTIDAE)
This study indicates that helminths can be transported with their introduced hosts and become established in the colonized areas and that introduced lizards may quickly acquire species of previously established helminthes.
Gastrointestinal Helminths of Six Sympatric Species of Leptodactylus from Tocantins State, Brazil
A large number of new host records are reported and the mean number of helminth species infecting each frog species was 3.3 ± 2.1 SD, with a range of 1–7.1SD.
Helminths of two native frog species (Rana chiricahuensis, Rana yavapaiensis) and one introduced frog species (Rana catesbeiana) (Ranidae) from Arizona.
The gastrointestinal tracts, lungs, urinary bladders, and body cavities of Rana catesbeiana, Rana chiricahuensis, and Rana yavapaiensis from Arizona were examined for helminths, and Arizona is a new locality record for C. brevicirrus, G. attenuata, H. complexus,H.