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Hymenolepidid and dilepidid cestodes with armed rostellum in shrews, Sorex spp., from Hokkaido, Japan.

@article{Sato1988HymenolepididAD,
  title={Hymenolepidid and dilepidid cestodes with armed rostellum in shrews, Sorex spp., from Hokkaido, Japan.},
  author={H Sato and Hiroyuki Kamiya and Masashi Ohbayashi},
  journal={The Japanese journal of veterinary research},
  year={1988},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={
          119-31
        }
}
The cestode fauna was examined in 110 Sorex unguiculatus, 6 S. caecutiens saevus and 12 S, gracillimus collected in Hokkaido, Japan, in 1974 and 1987. Nine species of HYMENoLEplDmAE and one species of DtLEplDIDAE with armed rosteilum were identified, and the prevalence in Sorex unguicutatus was as follows ; Neosle"'abinotepis schaldybini (35.5%), N. singutaris (40.0%), Neoskijabinolapis sp. (O.9%), Staphytoaystis furcata (23.6%), S. toxometra (1,2.7%), LineolqPis slerp'abini (1.8… 

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