Gastrointestinal Helminths from 13 Species of Lizards from Reserva Cuzco Amazónico, Peru

@inproceedings{Bursey2005GastrointestinalHF,
  title={Gastrointestinal Helminths from 13 Species of Lizards from Reserva Cuzco Amaz{\'o}nico, Peru},
  author={Charles R. Bursey and Stephen R. Goldberg and Jeffrey R. Parmelee},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract One hundred sixty-four lizards representing 13 species collected from the Reserva Cuzco Amazónico, Peru, were examined for helminths. Two species of Cestoda (Oochoristica ameivae and Ophiotaenia flava) and 18 species of Nematoda (adults of Amphibiocapillaria freitaslenti, Cyrtosomum longicaudatum, Oswaldocruzia peruvensis, Oswaldocruzia vitti, Oswaldofilaria azeuedoi, Parapharyngodon scleratus, Physaloptera retusa, Physalopteroides venancioi, Piratuba digiticauda, Piratuba lainsoni… 

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