Contributions to our knowledge of digenetic trematodes. V. On two new species of Philophthalmus Looss, 1899 and a discussion on the family Philophthalmidae.

@article{Baugh1962ContributionsTO,
  title={Contributions to our knowledge of digenetic trematodes. V. On two new species of Philophthalmus Looss, 1899 and a discussion on the family Philophthalmidae.},
  author={S. C. Baugh},
  journal={Journal of helminthology},
  year={1962},
  volume={36},
  pages={
          243-58
        }
}
  • S. C. Baugh
  • Published 1962
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of helminthology
Two specimens of this fluke were collected from the nictitating membrane of the Steppe Eagle, Aquila nipalensis Hudson, shot near the lake Chinhut, about 5 miles from Lucknow, U.P. The body.(Fig. 1) is aspinose, flattened and clavate with a narrow anterior and a broadly rounded posterior end. It measures 4·5–5·9 mm. in length and 1·5–1·8 mm. in maximum width in the middle region. The oral sucker is terminal measuring 0·33–0·36 mm. X 0·47–0·49 mm. The ventral sucker is larger than the oral… Expand
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