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Prevalence and intensity of Alaria alata (Goeze, 1792) in water frogs and brown frogs in natural conditions
In the last 15 years, the mesocercariae of Alaria alata have frequently been reported in the wild boar during routine Trichinella inspections made compulsory for the trade of venison meat in Europe.Expand
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A new PCR‐RFLP‐based method for an easier systematic affiliation of European water frogs
We describe a non‐invasive, PCR‐RFLP‐based method that allows reliable determination of the European water frog species Pelophylax lessonae and Pelophylax ridibundus and the hybrid form PelophylaxExpand
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Sex differences in age structure, growth rate and body size of common frogs Rana temporaria in the subarctic
The thermal environment and length of the activity season are important factors in shaping life-history trait variation in ectotherms. Many ectothermic vertebrates living at high latitudes orExpand
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Protostrongylus pulmonalis (Frölich, 1802) and P. oryctolagi Baboš, 1955 (Nematoda: Protostrongylidae), parasites of the lungs of European hare (Lepus europaeus L.) in France: morphological and
AbstractPulmonary protostrongyliasis of hare is a parasitic disease caused by nematodes belonging to the genus Protostrongylus (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae). During survey of wildlife disease in theExpand
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Les complexes d'hybridation chez les grenouilles vertes : identification génétique, exigences écologiques, et capacités d'acclimatation
Les organismes asexues constituent un cas particulier en ecologie evolutive specialement interessant pour etudier les processus d'adaptation. La reproduction sexuee est avantageuse puisqu'elleExpand
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Identification of Chabertiidae (Nematoda, Strongylida) by PCR-RFLP based method: a new diagnostic tool for cross transmission investigation between domestic and wild ruminants in France.
We describe a PCR-RFLP-based method that allows reliable identification of four species of nematode parasites presenting similar infective third-stage larvae (L3) with a flagelliform tail and moreExpand
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Ashworthius sidemi Schulz, 1933 and Haemonchus contortus (Rudolphi, 1803) in cervids in France: integrative approach for species identification.
Among gastro-intestinal nematodes, the blood-sucking worms belonging to the subfamily of Haemonchinae are considered to be of pathogenic and economic great importance, particularly in smallExpand
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Trichobilharzia anseri n. sp. (Schistosomatidae: Digenea), a new visceral species of avian schistosomes isolated from greylag goose (Anser anser L.) in Iceland and France.
Parasitological investigations carried out on birds in Iceland and France highlight the presence of four species of avian schistosomes from greylag geese (Anser anser L.): the european nasal speciesExpand
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Intermediate hosts of Protostrongylus pulmonalis (Frölich, 1802) and P. oryctolagi Baboš, 1955 under natural conditions in France
BackgroundProtostrongylus oryctolagi and P. pulmonalis are causative agents of pulmonary protostrongyliasis in Lagomorphs in France. These nematodes need usually one intermediate host for its lifeExpand
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Development of 12 novel polymorphic microsatellite markers using a next generation sequencing approach for Spiculopteragia spiculoptera, a nematode parasite of deer.
Twelve novel polymorphic microsatellite markers were produced and characterized for Spiculopteragia spiculoptera (Nematoda, Trichostrongyloidae) a common parasite of abomasum of Roe and Red deer,Expand
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