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Helminth infracommunities of the frogs Rana catesbeiana and Rana clamitans from Turkey Marsh, Michigan.
  • P. Muzzall
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 June 1991
One hundred twenty-seven bullfrogs, Rana catesbeiana, and 120 green frogs, Rana clamitans, collected in July and August 1987 from Turkey Marsh, Michigan, were examined for helminths. Of the 16Expand
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A total of 239 green frogs Rana clamitans, collected between June 3 and August 27, 1998 from 6 locations in southwestern Michigan, was examined for helminths. Of the 26 helminth taxa found, theExpand
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Organochlorine insecticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, and metals in water, sediment, and green frogs from southwestern Michigan.
In an attempt to explain the etiology of frog deformities and population declines, many possible causative factors have been examined, including the input of synthetic chemicals into aquatic systems,Expand
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Totals of 163 adult and 20 larval newts, Notophthalmus viridescens, collected monthly from March through September 1989 from Turkey Marsh, Michigan, were examined for helminths. BothriocephalusExpand
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Parasites, morphology, and habitat use in a bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) population
In some lakes, bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus, family Centrarchidae) captured from the open water and littoral zone are morphologically and behaviorally specialized for foraging in theirExpand
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Helminths of the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica, and Spring Peeper, Pseudacris c. crucifer, from Southern Michigan
Eight helminth species (3 Trematoda, 5 Nematoda) were found in 100 wood frogs, Rana syl- vatica LeConte, and 5 helminth species (1 Trematoda, 4 Nematoda) were found in 88 northern spring peepers,Expand
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Parasites of bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus, from two lakes and a summary of their parasites from Michigan
Seventy-five bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus (Rafinesque), collected in July 1996 from 2 small eu- trophic lakes in central lower Michigan, were examined for parasites. Bluegill harbored 13 parasiteExpand
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Prevalence of filarioid nematodes and trypanosomes in American robins and house sparrows, Chicago USA☆
Graphical abstract Highlights ► Co-circulating hematozoan parasites in avian amplification hosts for West Nile virus. ► Hematocrit centrifuge technique for microfilariae and trypanosomes. ►Expand
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Redescription of Rhabdochona cotti (Nematoda, Rhabdochonidae) from Cottus caeruleomentum (Teleostei, Cottidae) in Maryland, USA, with remarks on the taxonomy of North American Rhabdochona spp.
The nematode Rhabdochona cotti Gustafson, 1949 is redescribed from specimens collected from the intestine of the blue ridge sculpin Cottus caeruleomentum (a new host record), a recently describedExpand
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Occurrence of Acanthocephalans in Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass (Centrarchidae) From Gull Lake, Michigan
A total of 65 largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides, and 27 smallmouth bass, M. dolomieu, collected in April–September 2000 and April–July 2001 from Gull Lake, Michigan, were examined forExpand
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