Effect of Fascioloides magna (Digenea) on fecundity, shell height, and survival rate of Pseudosuccinea columella (Lymnaeidae)

@article{Pankrc2016EffectOF,
  title={Effect of Fascioloides magna (Digenea) on fecundity, shell height, and survival rate of Pseudosuccinea columella (Lymnaeidae)},
  author={Jan Pankr{\'a}c and Adam Novobilsk{\'y} and Daniel Rondelaud and Roman Leontovy{\vc} and V{\'i}t Syrov{\'a}tka and Du{\vs}an Rajsk{\'y} and Petr Hor{\'a}k and Martin Ka{\vs}n{\'y}},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={115},
  pages={3119-3125}
}
  • Jan Pankrác, Adam Novobilský, +5 authors Martin Kašný
  • Published in Parasitology Research 2016
  • DOI:10.1007/s00436-016-5068-4
Infection with Fascioloides magna (Digenea) causes serious damage to liver tissue in definitive hosts represented by ruminants, especially cervids. The distribution of F. magna includes the indigenous areas in North America, and the areas to which F. magna was introduced—Central Europe, Southeast Europe, and Italy. The North American intermediate host of F. magna, the freshwater snail Pseudosuccinea columella (Lymnaeidae), is an invasive species recorded in South America, the Caribbean, Africa… CONTINUE READING

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