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Leishmaniasis in Texas: prevalence and seasonal transmission of Leishmania mexicana in Neotoma micropus.
TLDR
Data support the hypothesis that N. micropus is a reservoir of L. mexicana in Texas and that seasonal transmission occurred in the fall in each case in which season of transmission could be determined.
Austrodiplostomum ostrowskiae n. sp. (Digenea: Diplostomidae: Diplostominae) from the Double-crested Cormorant, Phalacrocorax auritus (Phalacrocoracidae) from the Galveston, Texas Area of the Gulf of
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Nearly 1,350 specimens of an undescribed species of Austrodiplostomum were collected from 10 double-crested cormorants from the Galveston, Texas, U.S.A., area, leaving A. mordax as the only species remaining.
Revision of the family Cyclocoelidae Stossich, 1902 with the proposal of two new subfamilies and the description of a new species of Morishitium Witenberg, 1928 from the common snipe, Gallinago
Based on the definition of 6 basic body types in the group, the family Cyclocoelidae is revised with the erection of Skrjabinocoelinae n. subf. and Szidatitreminae n. subf., and the resurrection of
Endohelminths from the Brown Pelican, Pelecanus occidentalis, and the American White Pelican, Pelecanus erythrorhynchus, from Galveston Bay, Texas, U.S.A., and Checklist of Pelican Parasites
TLDR
Hypotheses for the recent infection of pelicans with species of Bursacetabulus and Bursatintinnabulus along the Gulf coast are discussed.
The life cycle of Haematoloechus coloradensis Cort 1915 (Digenea: Plagiorchiidae), with emphasis on host susceptibility to infection.
  • N. Dronen
  • Biology
    The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 August 1975
TLDR
Mother and daughter sporocysts and xiphidiocercariae of Haematoloechus coloradensis develop in the snail, Physa virgata, and migrate into the lungs where they mature.
Re-evaluation of the species composition of Bashkirovitrema Skrjabin, 1944 (Digenea: Echinostomatidae), with the description of two new species of this genus and the proposal of
  • N. Dronen
  • Biology
    Systematic Parasitology
  • 30 September 2009
TLDR
A comparison of specimens previously identified as Bashkirovitrema incrassatum from the African or cape clawless otter Aonyxcapensis, and the speckle-throated or spotted- Throated otter Hydrictismaculicollis from the Old World with specimens and descriptions of B. incrASSatum fromThe New World showed that those from Africa had a more extensive distribution of the vitelline fields than either B. canadense n.
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