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Helminth Parasites of Rails and Host-Parasite Relationships of the Trematode Protechinostoma mucronisertulatum
In a survey of 15 soras ( Porzana carolina) and 31 Virginia rails ( Rallus limicola) collected in Iowa during May-September 1963, Protechinostoma mucronisertulatum was the most frequently encounteredExpand
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Khawia iowensis n. sp. (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae) from Cyprinus carpio L. in Iowa.
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Studies on the helminth fauna of Iowa. I. Trematodes of amphibians.
A survey of 542 amphibians collected during 1953-1967 from 40 areas of northwest Iowa reveals an incidence of 52.8% infection with digenetic trematodes. Almost all represent new locality records.Expand
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Caryophyllaeid cestodes from two species of redhorse (Moxostoma).
Two caryophyllaeid tapeworms, lsoglaridacris longus sp. n., and I. folius sp. n., are described from two species of redhorse, name:\)', Moxostoma macolepidotum and M. erythrurum, respectively.Expand
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