LIFE CYCLE OF STEPHANOPRORA URUGUAYENSE (DIGENEA: ECHINOSTOMATIDAE) IN ARGENTINA

@inproceedings{deNez2007LIFECO,
  title={LIFE CYCLE OF STEPHANOPRORA URUGUAYENSE (DIGENEA: ECHINOSTOMATIDAE) IN ARGENTINA},
  author={Margarita Ostrowski de N{\'u}{\~n}ez},
  year={2007}
}
The life cycle of Stephanoprora uruguayense Holcman et Olagüe, 1989, was experimentally resolved. In an artificial pond in the Zoological Garden in Buenos Aires City, Argentina, Heleobia parchappei (Hydrobiidae) was found to be releasing large-tailed cercariae with a prepharyngeal body, but lacking collar spines and corpuscles in the excretory system. Metacercariae, which encysted on the gills of naturally and experimentally infected Cnesterodon decemmaculatus (Poecilidae), developed collar… Expand
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