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Arthropod and filarioid parasites associated with wild rodents in the northeast marshes of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Considering arthropods-filarioids associations, significant affinity was observed in Litomosoides bonaerensis with Hoplopleura travassosi, Laelaps paulistanensis, and Gigantolaelaps wolffsohni, as a result of historical processes and shared microhabitats. Expand
Description of Adult and Fourth-Stage Larva of Litomosoides navonae n. sp. (Nematoda: Onchocercidae), a Parasite of Five Species of Sigmodontine Rodents from Northeastern Argentina
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A new species of Litomosoides Chandler, 1931, parasitic in five different sigmodontine rodents from Misiones, Chaco and Formosa provinces of Argentina, and well-differentiated filarial species found in Nectomys and Holochilus could indicate how isolated the populations of rodents are. Expand
THE WILD RODENT Akodon azarae (CRICETIDAE: SIGMODONTINAE) AS INTERMEDIATE HOST OF Taenia taeniaeformis (CESTODA: CYCLOPHYLLIDEA) ON POULTRY FARMS OF CENTRAL ARGENTINA
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Strobilocerci of Taenia taeniaeformis in the rodent Akodon azarae are reported, which is susceptible to get infected with T. taenaeformis when frequents domestic and peridomestic habitats. Expand
Host Occurrence and Geographical Distribution of Dipetalonema spp. (Nematoda: Onchocercidae) in Neotropical Monkeys and the First Record of Dipetalonema gracile in Ecuador
Abstract Here we summarize the geographical distribution and host occurrence of Dipetalonema spp. in Central and South American primates, and report the first record of Dipetalonema gracile inExpand
The Genus Guerrerostrongylus (Nematoda: Heligmonellidae) in Cricetid Rodents from the Atlantic Rain Forest of Misiones, Argentina: Emended Description of Guerrerostrongylus zetta (Travassos, 1937)
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Guerrerostrongylus zetta (Travassos, 1937) is redescribed on the basis of material collected from Oligoryzomys nigripes from Argentina and material loaned by CHIOC from Brazil. Expand
A NEW SPECIES OF TRICHURIS (NEMATODA: TRICHURIDAE) FROM PHYLLOTINI RODENTS IN ARGENTINA
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The present and the future findings of shared parasite fauna from both populations of P. xanthopygus in these disjunct areas will support the hypothesis of a continuous distribution of this host species at a past time. Expand
ARTHROPODS AND HELMINTHS ASSEMBLAGE IN SIGMODONTINE RODENTS FROM WETLANDS OF THE RIO DE LA PLATA, ARGENTINA
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Variation of the values observed in the prevalence and the mean abundance of the host-parasite association suggests that there could be environ- mental barriers between the rodent populations, or that differential behavior of theHost species may influence these indexes. Expand
TWO NEW SPECIES OF LITOMOSOIDES (NEMATODA: FILARIOIDEA) IN SIGMODONTINES (RODENTIA: MURIDAE) FROM RIO DE LA PLATA MARSHLAND, ARGENTINA
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Two new species of coelomic filarioid belonging to Litomosoides are described from sigmodontine murids from the Rio de La Plata marshland, Argentina and differential diagnosis is based on the morphology of the buccal capsule, the head and tail papillae, and microfilaria. Expand
A NEW SPECIES OF DIPETALONEMA (FILARIOIDEA: ONCHOCERCIDAE) FROM ATELES CHAMEK FROM THE BENI OF BOLIVIA
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A new species of Dipetalonema occurring in the body cavity of Ateles chamek (Humboldt, 1812) from north-central Bolivia is described, having a simple vagina vera instead of a sinuous one. Expand
New host records for Anenterotrematidae, Lecithodendriidae and Urotrematidae trematodes in bats from Argentina, with redescription of Anenterotrema liliputianum.
Anenterotrema liliputianum (Travassos, 1928) (Anenterotrematidae) is redescribed based on the type specimens from Molossus molossus (Pallas) and Phyllostomus elongatus (Geoffroy) from Brazil, andExpand
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