Maseria vespertilionis n.g., n.sp. (Dorylaimina : Muspiceidae), a nematode from nearctic bats (Vespertilionidae).

@article{Rausch1983MaseriaVN,
  title={Maseria vespertilionis n.g., n.sp. (Dorylaimina : Muspiceidae), a nematode from nearctic bats (Vespertilionidae).},
  author={Robert L. Rausch and Virginia R. Rausch},
  journal={Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparee},
  year={1983},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={
          361-76
        }
}
Maseria vespertilionis n. g., n. sp. (Dorylaimina : Muspiceidae) is described from nearctic bats (Vespertilionidae). In addition to the type host, Eptesicus fuscus (P. de Beauvois), in Oregon, M. vespertilionis was recorded from Myotis volans (Allen) in Oregon, and from M. lucifugus (Le Conte) in Oregon and Alaska. The nematode was found only in subcutaneous tissues near the plantar surface of the rear feet of the host. The genus Maseria is distinguished from other genera in Muspiceidae by… 
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