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INFECÇÃO NATURAL EM Sicalis flaveola (LINAEUS, 1766) POR Acuaria mayori LENT, FREITAS E PROENÇA, 1945 (NEMATODA: ACUARIOIDEA) NO BRASIL.

@article{Rodrigues2005INFECONE,
  title={INFECÇ{\~A}O NATURAL EM Sicalis flaveola (LINAEUS, 1766) POR Acuaria mayori LENT, FREITAS E PROENÇA, 1945 (NEMATODA: ACUARIOIDEA) NO BRASIL.},
  author={Maria de Lurdes de Azevedo Rodrigues and Lu{\'i}s Cl{\'a}udio Muniz-Pereira and Roberto Magalh{\~a}es Pinto and Fernanda P. Lins and Monica Vaz and Ana Paula de Abreu and Paulo Cesar Baleeiro Souza},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Parasitologia Veterinaria},
  year={2005},
  volume={14},
  pages={41-43}
}
: This is the first report of a natural infection in the saffron finch Sicalis flaveola (Linnaeus, 1766) captured in Brazil, with the establishment of a new host record for the acuarioid nematode Acuaria mayori Lent, Freitas and Proenca, 1945, previously referred in Cyanocorax chrysops (Vieillot, 1818) from Paraguay and Sporophila caerulescens caerulescens (Vieillot, 1823) and C. cyanomelas (Wied, 1821) from Brazil and Myarchus nuttingi (Ridgway, 1883) from Costa Rica. 

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