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Discrimination of the larval stages of Echinococcus oligarthrus (Diesing, 1863) and E. vogeli Rausch and Bernstein, 1972 (Cestoda: Taeniidae).
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Dimensions of the rostellar hooks were found to provide means for the discrimination of the larval stages of E. oligarthrus and E. vogeli, of which the latter is the cause of polycystic hydatid disease in man in South and Central America. Expand
THE SOMATIC CHROMOSOMES OF SOME NORTH AMERICAN MARMOTS (SCIURIDAE), WITH REMARKS ON THE RELATIONSHIPS OF MARMOTA BROWERI HALL AND GILMORE
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La copulation a lieu avant que les animaux sortent de leur abri hivernal, k the rai-mai ; ils se servant de leurs glandes faciales pour marquer lenr territoire. Expand
New records of helminths from the brown bear, Ursus arctos L., in the Soviet Far East
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Helminths of six species are reported from the brown bear, Ursus arctos L., from the Taigonos Peninsula, northeastern Siberia, and Nematodes of two species constitute respectively a new host record and a new record for Eurasia. Expand
The karyotype of Echinococcus multilocularis (Cestoda: Taeniidae).
The chromosomes of Echinococcus multilocularis Leuckart, 1863 have been described, based on components of cells from the adult stage and the larval stage of the cestode. Chromosomal complements of 2nExpand
Reproductive anatomy and gametogenesis in Shipleya inermis (Cestoda: Dioecocestidae).
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It is suggested that females produce gametes of two types relative to heterochromatic DNA, while males are homogametic, and that sex-determining effects are associated therein. Expand
Maseria vespertilionis n.g., n.sp. (Dorylaimina : Muspiceidae), a nematode from nearctic bats (Vespertilionidae).
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The genus Maseria is distinguished from other genera in Muspiceidae by various morphological characteristics, among which the presence of a Demanian system is important. Expand
Sorex rohweri sp. nov. (Mammalia, Soricidae) from northwestern North America
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Phylogenetic inference of cytochrome b sequences from two specimens of the proposed new species shows them to be distinct from Sorex cinereus and from five sympatric SoreX species, supporting their designation as members of a new species. Expand
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