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Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates: Their Development and Transmission
The main aim of this book is to summarise and synthesize our knowledge of the main features of the development and transmission of parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, and to place this informationExpand
Keys to the nematode parasites of vertebrates : archival volume
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This Volume is a republication in one volume of the 10 part Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology's "Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", refreshed and reformatted with the additional convenience of reordering into superfamily. Expand
Gastropods as intermediate hosts of Pneumostrongylus tenuis Dougherty of white-tailed deer
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Experiments showed that snails already containing larvae can be reinfected and there is some evidence that they are repeatedly infected in nature, and the wet forested habitat where gastropods were abundant, commonly infected, and active from May to October was probably most important for transmission. Expand
Revision of the genus Syncuaria Gilbert, 1927 (Nematoda: Acuarioidea)
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Syncuaria Gilbert, 1927 is revised and Skrjabinocara Kurashvili, 1940 placed in synonymy with it, resulting in D. longevaginatus (Molin, 1860) n. Expand
The origins of zooparasitic nematodes
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The fish nematode fauna seems closely related to that in terrestrial vertebrates and is evidently derived from it since almost three quarters of the families are shared ... Expand
THE INCIDENCE, DEVELOPMENT, AND EXPERIMENTAL TRANSMISSION OF PNEUMOSTRONGYLUS TENUIS DOUGHERTY (METASTRONGYLOIDEA: PROTOSTRONGYLIDAE) OF THE MENINGES OF THE WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS
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Pneumostrongylus tenuis was found throughout the year in the cranium of 41% of 172 adult deer examined in Algonquin Park and incidence of infection was higher than indicated by examinations of craniums. Expand
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