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Nematode parasites from Turkish vertebrates. An annotated list.
An annotated list of nematodes recovered from 35 species of Turkish vertebrates is presented, enabling improved taxonomic characterization of several species and describing Heligmosomum sp.
Revision of Mediorhynchus van cleave 1916 (acanthocephala) with a key to species.
A new species of Mediorhynchus is described, most similar to M. rodensis Cosin 1971 in armature, but differs from it in proboscis shape and overall size.
Some Egyptian heterophyid Trematodes.
The work reported here was begun in collaboration with the junior author at the Navy Medical Research Unit-3 and continued during the ensuing year at the University of Southern California.
Nematodes of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles taken by U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2 expedition to North Borneo (Malaysia).
A checklist is provided for nematode parasites removed from fishes, amphibians, and reptiles taken by the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2 expedition to North Borneo (Sabah), Malaysia. Very few
Snakes of Taiwan.
  • R. Kuntz
  • Materials Science, Biology
  • 10 September 1964
New and little-known Plagiorhynchid acanthocephala from Taiwan and the Pescadores Islands.
A report is made on Acanthocephala of birds from Taiwan and Pescadores Islands including descriptions of Plagiorhynchus (Prosthorhynnchus) tai- wanensis sp.
Studies on Egyptian trematodes with special reference to the heterophyids of mammals. I. Adult flukes, with descriptions of Phagicola longicollis n. sp., Cynodiplostomum Namrui n. sp., and a
The present report is based upon a study of a part of a rather extensive collection of helminths from vertebrates and is concerned primarily with heterophyids and accompanying trematodes obtained
Scanning electron microscopy of the integumental surfaces of Schistosoma haematobium.
The integumental surfaces of critical point dried S. haematobium were studied by scanning electron microscopy at 34 to 8,000 magnifications and revealed certain basic features such as spines in the oral sucker and the acetabulum of both sexes which may facilitate rasping and/or attachment of the parasite for residence in the bloodstream of the definitive host.
A survey of diseases among 100 free-ranging baboons (Papio ursinus) from the Kruger National Park.
The pathological and parasitological findings from 100 free-ranging chacma baboons are described, including a heretofore unknown coccidian parasite, Isospora papionis, and numerous cases of "capture myopathy", a syndrome that resembles Meyer-Betz disease of man.