A new species of an interesting amphistome Pseudodiplodiscoides Murty, 1970 in Bellamya bengalensis Lamarck, 1882 from water bodies near district Barabanki, U.P.

@article{Ray2013ANS,
  title={A new species of an interesting amphistome Pseudodiplodiscoides Murty, 1970 in Bellamya bengalensis Lamarck, 1882 from water bodies near district Barabanki, U.P.},
  author={Shailendra Ray and Keshava C Pandey and Nirupama Agrawal},
  journal={Journal of Parasitic Diseases},
  year={2013},
  volume={39},
  pages={536-538}
}
A new species of an interesting trematode genus Pseudodiplodiscoides (Murty, Zool Anz 185:312–317, 1970), is described from the gut of the snail Bellamya bengalensis Lamarck, 1882, collected from the fresh water bodies near district Barabanki, U.P. After careful examination of several freshly collected specimens, the genus is validated and another species described under the genus Diplodiscus viz., D. minutus (Saksena et al., Indian J Helminthol 4:37–54, 1987) from Indoplanorbis exustus… 
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