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The Morphology and Life History of the Cestode, Bertiella Studeri
Summary The problem of specific identity in the genus Bertiella is discussed. Three mature cestodes from a monkey, Macacus rhesus, are identified tentatively as Bertiella studeri. The animal probablyExpand
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THE MARINE CERCARIAE OF THE WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS REGION, A REVIEW AND A REVISION
A survey of the marine cercariae of the Woods Hole, Massachusetts region was made by Stunkard (1970). That report was concerned with fifteen families and thirty two species of digenetic trematodes.Expand
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THE MORPHOLOGY AND LIFE-HISTORY OF NEOPECHONA PYRIFORME (LINTON, 1900) N. GEN., N. COMB. (TREMATODA: LEPOCREADIIDAE)
The digenetic trematode described by Linton (1900) as Distoma pyriforme has been reported from many hosts and several species have been included in the accounts, with resultant confusion. It wasExpand
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STUDIES ON THE TREMATODE GENUS RENICOLA: OBSERVATIONS ON THE LIFE-HISTORY, SPECIFICITY, AND SYSTEMATIC POSITION
The genus Renicola was erected by Cohn (1904) to contain Monostomum pingue (Mehlis in Creplin, 1846), when he discovered that the species has a distinct acetabulum and could no longer be regarded asExpand
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THE LIFE-CYCLE OF THE DIGENETIC TREMATODE, PROCTOECES MACULATUS (LOOSS, 1901) ODHNER, 1911 [SYN. P. SUBTENUIS (LINTON, 1907) HANSON, 1950], AND DESCRIPTION OF CERCARIA ADRANOCERCA N. SP
Sexually mature worms from Mytilus edulis, taken in Connecticut and Massachusetts, are identified as Proctoeces maculatus (Looss, 1901). The specimens are often sterile, which reflects the abnormalExpand
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Caballerocotyla klawei sp. n., a monogenetic trematode from the nasal capsule of Neothunnus macropterus.
  • H. W. Stunkard
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 December 1962
A detailed description is given of Caballerocotyla klawei sp. n. The systematic position and taxonomic status of this form are considered, as well as the history and structure of the subfamilyExpand
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On the Anatomy and Relationships of Some North American Trematodes
As the result of an extended study of three families of North American trematodes, Polystomidae, Aspidogastridae and Paramphistomidae, certain points of interest in regard to the structure andExpand
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