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Shaking the Tree: Multi-locus Sequence Typing Usurps Current Onchocercid (Filarial Nematode) Phylogeny
During the past twenty years, a number of molecular analyses have been performed to determine the evolutionary relationships of Onchocercidae, a family of filarial nematodes encompassing severalExpand
Rickettsia bellii in ticks Amblyomma varium Koch, 1844, from birds in Peru.
Amazonian birds were caught and examined for the presence of ectoparasites in the Allpahuayo Mishana National Reserve near Iquitos, Peru, from 13 to 16 August 2011. A total of 40 birds representingExpand
A new species of diplectanid (Monogenoidea) from Paranthias colonus (Perciformes, Serranidae) off Peru
Pseudorhabdosynochus jeanloui n. sp. (Monogenoidea, Diplectanidae) is described from specimens collected from the gills of the Pacific creolefish, Paranthias colonus (Perciformes, Serranidae) from aExpand
Chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera et Ischnocera) from wrens (Passeriformes: Troglodytidae), with description of a new species of Myrsidea
A total of 114 individuals of 14 wren species (Aves: Passeriformes: Troglodytidae) were examined. Nineteen birds (17 %) of six species were parasitised with 292 chewing lice (mean intensity = 15.4Expand
Diminutive, degraded but dissimilar: Wolbachia genomes from filarial nematodes do not conform to a single paradigm
Wolbachia are alpha-proteobacteria symbionts infecting a large range of arthropod species and two different families of nematodes. Interestingly, these endosymbionts are able to induce diverseExpand
New Anenterotrema Stunkard, 1938 (Digenea: Anenterotrematidae) from Silky Short-Tailed Bat, Carollia brevicauda Schinz, 1821, in Peru
Abstract Anenterotrema is a genus of digeneans lacking digestive systems and parasitic in Neotropical bats. We have found a new species of Anenterotrema in silky short-tailed bats (CarolliaExpand
Diminutive, degraded but dissimilar: Wolbachia genomes from filarial nematodes do not conform to a single paradigm
Wolbachia are alpha-proteobacteria symbionts infecting a large range of arthropod species and two different families of nematodes. Interestingly, these endosymbionts are able to induce diverseExpand
ACTA ENTOMOLOGICA MUSEI NATIONALIS PRAGAE
A total of 114 individuals of 14 wren species (Aves: Passeriformes: Troglodytidae) were examined. Nineteen birds (17 %) of six species were parasitised with 292 chewing lice (mean intensity = 15.4Expand
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