[Life cycles of the trematodes Parasymphilodora japonica (Yamaguti, 1938) and P. markewitschi (Kulakowskaja, 1947) (Monorchidae) in the conditions of Primorye land].

Abstract

In contrasts to formerly known data, it is found that two species of the Parasymphilodora trematodes, Parasymphilodora japonica (Yamaguti, 1938) and P. markewitschi (Kulakowskaja, 1947) are actually distributed in the territory of Primorye land. The first intermedial hosts of the former species are snails of the genus Parafossarulus; in the second species, these hosts are snails of Boreoelona. A life cycle and stages of development of both trematodes are described.

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@article{Besprozvannykh2005LifeCO, title={[Life cycles of the trematodes Parasymphilodora japonica (Yamaguti, 1938) and P. markewitschi (Kulakowskaja, 1947) (Monorchidae) in the conditions of Primorye land].}, author={Vladimir V. Besprozvannykh}, journal={Parazitologiia}, year={2005}, volume={39 2}, pages={137-45} }