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A metazoan parasitological research of some Iraqi amphibians.

@article{Saeed2007AMP,
  title={A metazoan parasitological research of some Iraqi amphibians.},
  author={Isam S. Saeed and Shlemon E Al-Barwari and Kawther Ibrahim Fatah Al-Harmni},
  journal={Turkiye parazitolojii dergisi},
  year={2007},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          337-45
        }
}
The incidence and intensity of metazoan parasites in 3 species of Iraqi amphibians were studied. The amphibians were Rana ridibunda, Bufo viridis and Hyla arborea. Twenty-four species of helminths were encountered, including 16 trematodes, 1 cestode and 7 nematodes. Their respective names are: Polystoma integerrimum, Prosotocus confusus, P. fuelleborni, Pleurogenoides gastroporus, P. medians, Sonsinotrema tacapense, Opisthioglyphe ranae, Haplometra cylindracea, Haematoloechus volgensis, H… 

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