Paranoplocephala maseri n. sp. (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae), a parasite of sagebrush voles Lemmiscus curtatus (Rodentia) in the USA

@article{Tenora1999ParanoplocephalaMN,
  title={Paranoplocephala maseri n. sp. (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae), a parasite of sagebrush voles Lemmiscus curtatus (Rodentia) in the USA},
  author={Franti{\vs}ek Tenora and Andr{\'a}s Gub{\'a}nyi and {\'E}va Murai},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={1999},
  volume={42},
  pages={153-158}
}
Paranoplocephala maseri n. sp. is described from Lemmiscus curtatus (Cope) in the USA. The new species is related to Paranoplocephala omphalodes (Hermann, 1783), P. caucasica (Kirschenblat, 1938), P. kirbyi Voge 1948, P. microti (Hansen, 1947) and P. macrocephala (Douthitt, 1915) sensu Genov et al. (1996). P. maseri n. sp. differs from P. omphalodes in the position of the genital pores, testes and cirrus-sac; from P. caucasica, in which there is an unarmed cirrus, in both the distribution and… CONTINUE READING
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