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Life cycle of Uncinaria lucasi Stiles, 1901 (Nematoda: Ancylostomatidae) of fur seals, callorhinus ursinus Linn., on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska.
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the life cycle of Uncinaria lucasi in fur seals, which consists of three basic parts: (1) the free-living phase with eggs and free-living third-stage larvaeExpand
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Essentials of Parasitology
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Animal Parasites: their Biology and Life Cycles.
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Uncinaria rauschi (Strongyloidea: Nematoda), a new species of hookworms from Alaskan bears.
Uncinaria rauschi n. sp. is described from bears, Ursus americanus and U. arctos, from Alaska. A key to the species of the genus plus figures of the bursa of each recognizable species are included.
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LIFE CYCLE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROSTHORHYNCHUS FORMOSUS (VAN CLEAVE, 1918) TRAVASSOS, 1926, AN ACANTHOCEPHALAN PARASITE OF BIRDS.
The life cycle of Prostlwrhynchus formosus (Van Cleave, 1918) Travassos, 1926 is presented. The terrestrial isopods Amwdillidium vulgare, Porcellio laevis, and P. scaber served as experimentalExpand
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Wild rabbits as reservoir hosts of the common liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica, in southern Texas.
  • O. Olsen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 April 1948
Because of their wide distribution and susceptibility to the common liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica, wild rabbits serve as an important reservoir host for this parasite in regions where it isExpand
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