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HELMINTH COMMUNITIES OF GREEN FROGS RANA CLAMITANS LATREILLE, FROM SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN
TLDR
Adult frogs had significantly higher or higher values than did juveniles at each location, and the differences in several helminth community measures in green frogs among locations stress the importance of local ecological conditions on helminths community structure.
Helminth infracommunities of the frogs Rana catesbeiana and Rana clamitans from Turkey Marsh, Michigan.
  • P. Muzzall
  • Biology
    The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 June 1991
TLDR
The larger and more aquatic of the 2 hosts, R. catesbeiana, had the highest mean number of helminth species,Helminth intensity, diversity, and evenness, and was more diverse than other helminths communities studied in amphibians.
HELMINTH INFRACOMMUNITIES OF THE NEWT, NOTOPHTHALMUS VIRIDESCENS, FROM TURKEY MARSH, MICHIGAN
TLDR
Although newts are opportunistic predators with a broad prey base, this appears not to play a major role in structuring the helminth infracommunity, and significant correlations existed between newt length and Brillouin's index, evenness, species richness, and Helminth intensity.
Prevalence of filarioid nematodes and trypanosomes in American robins and house sparrows, Chicago USA
Helminths of the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica, and Spring Peeper, Pseudacris c. crucifer, from Southern Michigan
TLDR
Michigan is a new locality record for G. pennsylvaniensis, Cosmocercoides dukae, O. pipiens, and Rhabdias ranae, and Glypthel- mins penn Sylvaniensis had the highest prevalence and mean intensity in spring peepers.
Parasites of bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus, from two lakes and a summary of their parasites from Michigan
TLDR
bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus (Rafinesque), collected in July 1996 from 2 small eu- trophic lakes in central lower Michigan, were examined for parasites and the helminth fauna of bluegill was dominated by larval helminths represented by 7 taxa.
Parasites, morphology, and habitat use in a bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) population
TLDR
It is suggested that most fish (including those with intermediate morphology) commit themselves to one habitat or the other and that open-water specialists seldom visit the littoral zone.
Occurrence of Acanthocephalans in Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass (Centrarchidae) From Gull Lake, Michigan
TLDR
The prevalence, mean intensity, and mean abundance of Pomphorhynchus bulbocolli in the bass species were below the values for the other acanthocephalan species and are the most abundant intestinal helminths in bass from Gull Lake.
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 described
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