Cynthya Elizabeth González

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This study examines the seasonal changes in a population of cosmocercid nematode parasites in a natural environment in an amphibian host of the Neotropical realm. A total of 232 individuals (83(More)
Neocosmocercella fisherae n. sp. is the first nematode species found parasitising Phyllomedusa bicolor from the Brazilian Amazon Region. The new species has a triangular oral opening, with bi-lobed(More)
Introduced species can arrive into new territories with parasites; however, these species are expected to face lower parasite richness than in their original regions. Both introduced hosts and(More)