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Helminth parasites of seven anuran species from northwestern Mexico

@article{Goldberg2002HelminthPO,
  title={Helminth parasites of seven anuran species from northwestern Mexico},
  author={Stephen R. Goldberg and Charles R. Bursey},
  journal={Western North American Naturalist},
  year={2002},
  volume={62},
  pages={160-169}
}
One hundred eighty-three specimens representing 7 anuran species were examined for helminth parasites: Bufo kelloggi, B. mazatlanensis, Leptodactylus melanonotus, Pachymedusa dacnicolor, Rana forreri, R. magnaocularis, Smilisca baudini . The following species were found: 8 species of Trematoda, Cephalogonimus americanus, Clinostomum attenuatum (larva), Glypthelmins poncedeleoni, G. quieta, Gorgoderina attenuata, Haematoloechus complexus, H. longiplexus , and Megalodiscus temperatus ; 2 species… 

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