New and Known Species of Litomosoides ( Nematoda : Filarioidea ) : Important Adult and Larval Characters and Taxonomic Changes

@inproceedings{Guerrero2013NewAK,
  title={New and Known Species of Litomosoides ( Nematoda : Filarioidea ) : Important Adult and Larval Characters and Taxonomic Changes},
  author={Ricardo Guerrero and Coralie Martin and Scott L. Gardner and Odile Bain},
  year={2013}
}
During field surveys in Venezuela, Peru, and French Guiana, species of Litomosoides were recovered from bats and from a didelphid marsupial. Their morphology was studied, giving particular attention to the head and caudal papillae, the spicules (used to distinguish the carinii and sigmodontis groups of Litomosoides), and the microfilariae. Litomosoides wilsoni sp. n. from the short-tailed opossum Monodelphis emiliae is described from Peru; Litomosoides brasiliensis, Litomosoides chandleri, and… CONTINUE READING
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