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  • Pieter T. J. Johnson, Daniel R. Sutherland, John Mike Kinsella, Kevin B. Lunde
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Advances in parasitology
  • 2004
  • Trematodes in the genus Ribeiroia have an indirect life cycle involving planorbid snails as first intermediate hosts, fishes or amphibians as second intermediate hosts and birds or mammals asExpand
  • Mario Santoro, John Mike Kinsella, Giorgio Galiero, Barbara degli Uberti, Francisco Javier Aznar
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 2012 (First Publication: 1 March 2012)
  • abstract:  We compared helminth communities in 6 species of birds of prey from the Calabria region of southern Italy. In total, 31 helminth taxa, including 17 nematodes, 9 digeneans, 3Expand
  • Mario Santoro, Francisco Javier Villanueva Badillo, +9 authors Francisco Javier Aznar
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasitology international
  • 2010 (First Publication: 1 September 2010)
  • We investigated the factors providing structure to the helminth communities of 182 loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, collected in 6 localities from Central and Western Mediterranean. FifteenExpand
  • Mario Santoro, Simonetta Mattiucci, +6 authors Francisco Javier Aznar
  • Medicine, Biology
  • PloS one
  • 2012 (First Publication: 31 December 2012)
  • We compared the helminth communities of 5 owl species from Calabria (Italy) and evaluated the effect of phylogenetic and ecological factors on community structure. Two host taxonomic scales wereExpand
  • Christine L. Miller, John Mike Kinsella, Michael M. Garner, Sîan Evans, P A Gullett, Robert E. Schmidt
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 2006 (First Publication: 1 April 2006)
  • Parastrongylus (=Angiostrongylus) costaricensis was first reported in the United States from cotton rats, Sigmodon hispidus, in Texas in 1979. Here, we report the findings of P. costaricensis in aExpand