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The life cycle of Ascocotyle (Phagicola) longa (Digenea: Heterophyidae), a causative agent of fish-borne trematodosis.
The complete life cycle of the trematode Ascocotyle (Phagicola) longa (Digenea: Heterophyidae) is elucidated by natural observation validated by experimental infections. The natural firstExpand
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Life history of Acanthocollaritrema umbilicatum Travassos, Freitas and Bührnheim, 1965 (Digenea: Cryptogonimidae)
The trematode Acanthocollaritrema umbilicatum Travassos, Freitas and Bührnheim 1965 is redescribed and data on its life cycle are provided for the first time. Adults were obtained from the commonExpand
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TAXONOMIC STATUS, REDESCRIPTION, AND SURFACE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF ASCOCOTYLE (PHAGICOLA) PINDORAMENSIS N. COMB. (DIGENEA: HETEROPHYIDAE)
Pygidiopsis pindoramensis Travassos, 1928, is redescribed from the holotype and specimens obtained from experimental infections of hamsters with metacercariae of the naturally infected poeciliidsExpand
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REDESCRIPTION OF ASCOCOTYLE (ASCOCOTYLE) FELIPPEI TRAVASSOS, 1928 (DIGENEA: HETEROPHIYDAE) WITH NEW SYNONYMIES
The heterophyid trematode Ascocotyle (Ascocotyle) felippei Travassos, 1928, is redescribed and new data on its life cycle are provided, based on types and metacercariae found in the heart bulb andExpand
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REDESCRIPTION AND SURFACE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF PYGIDIOPSIS MACROSTOMUM (DIGENEA: HETEROPHYIDAE)
Pygidiopsis macrostomum Travassos, 1928, a poorly known species originally described from a single specimen from Rattus norvegicus (Erxleben, 1777) in Brazil, is redescribed on the basis ofExpand
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First Record of Raillietina celebensis (Cestoda: Cyclophyllidea) in South America: Redescription and Phylogeny
Abstract Raillietina celebensis is a cestode that parasitizes the small intestine of rats and humans. Here, we detail the morphology and morphometry of R. celebensis based on specimens collected fromExpand
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The life history of Pygidiopsis macrostomum Travassos, 1928 (Digenea: Heterophyidae).
The life history of the trematode Pygidiopsis macrostomum Travassos, 1928 is described for the first time. Rediae and cercariae were obtained from naturally infected snails Heleobia australis (dExpand
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Biodistribution study of the anaesthetic sodium phenobarbital labelled with technetium-99m in Swiss mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni Sambon, 1907.
Technetium-99m (99m Tc) is a radionuclide that has negligible environmental impact, is easily available, inexpensive and can be used as a radioactive tracer in biological experiences. In order toExpand
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