Digenetic Trematodes of Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana (Chiroptera: Molossidae) and Myotis californicus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Northern California, U.S.A

@inproceedings{Nahhas2005DigeneticTO,
  title={Digenetic Trematodes of Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana (Chiroptera: Molossidae) and Myotis californicus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Northern California, U.S.A},
  author={Fuad M. Nahhas and Pao-Pao Yang and Sok Rothavy Uch},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Nine bats, 3 Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana, and 6 Myotis californicus, collected from 2 locations in Northern California between September 1968 and April 1969 were found to harbor 4 species of digeneans: Plagiorchis vespertelionis, Paralecithodendrium carlsbadensis, Paralecithodendrium transversum, and Paralecithodendrium Swansoni. These findings represent new locality records for all and a new host record for P. transversum. 
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