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Helminth parasites of wild Mexican mammals: list of species, hosts and geographical distribution
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Information on hosts, hab-itat, distribution, and records is included to represent the current knowledge on helminth parasites of wild mammals in Mexico. Expand
Helminth Parasites of Pseudacris hypochondriaca (Anura: Hylidae) from Baja California, Mexico, with the Description of Two New Species of Nematodes
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The helminth parasite fauna of the hylid frog Pseudacris hypochondriaca in several localities along the Baja California Peninsula in northwestern Mexico is presented and 2 new species belonging to the genera Rhabdias and Cosmocercoides are presented. Expand
A NEW SPECIES OF SCIURODENDRIUM (NEMATODA: HELIGMONELLIDAE) IN SCIURUS AUREOGASTER (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE) FROM MORELOS, MEXICO
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This is the seventh species described for the genus Heligmonellidae and the first one recorded in Mexico and the new species differs from all other congeners in possessing a very well-developed and sacciform genital cone. Expand
Survey of the endohelminth parasites of freshwater fishes in the upper Mezquital River Basin, Durango State, Mexico
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The information provided in this checklist may be helpful for the understanding of the biodiversity and historical biogeography of this host-parasite system, since the Mezquital River Basin mostly contains a Nearctic freshwater fish fauna, with a few Neotropical and endemic elements and may represent a transitional area from a biogeographical point of view. Expand
New species of Aspiculuris (Nematoda: Heteroxynematidae), parasite of Mus musculus (Rodentia: Muridae), from Hidalgo, Mexico
Aspiculuris huascaensis n. sp. was found in the intestine of Mus musculus collected from 2 localities in Hidalgo, Mexico, and is described herein. The new species possesses cervical alae abruptlyExpand
Lagochilascaris minor (Nematoda: Ascarididae) from a Wild Cougar (Puma concolor) in Mexico
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Parasitation of a wild cougar by the nematode Lagochilascaris minor in Hidalgo State, Mexico contributes to the understanding of the epidemiology of this zoonotic agent in Mexico. Expand
Distribution extension of Syphacia (Seuratoxyuris) peromysci Harkema, 1936 (Nematoda, Syphaciinae) parasitizing the Rock Mouse, Peromyscus difficilis (J. A. Allen, 1891) (Rodentia, Neotominae) in
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This is the first report of S. peromysci in a Mexican endemic rodent, widening the known distribution of the species to the southern portion of the country. Expand
NEW RECORDS OF MAMMAL FLEAS (SIPHONAPTERA) IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL MEXICO
ABSTRACT Eight species of fleas were collected from several mammal species in northern and central Mexico. Four species extend the distribution and three present new state records. Mammal hostsExpand
Morphological and morphometric variations of Dicrocoelium rileyi (Digenea: Dicrocoelidae) parasitizing Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera: Molosiidae) in Mexico.
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The results show that the morphological traits of D. rileyi are variable among the populations in this study due to local intraspecific variation; however, some of the specimens present in the distinct localities may represent different species. Expand
Cosmocerca acanthurum n. sp. (Nematoda: Cosmocercidae) in Pseudoeurycea leprosa and Chiropterotriton orculus from the Transmexican Volcanic Belt, Central Mexico , with a checklist of the helminth
Plethodontid salamanders represent a group of amphibians that show a great evolutionary diversification in Mexico, however no study of their helminth parasites had been conducted thus far. In thisExpand
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