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Prevalence of Intestine dwelling ciliates and Morphological details of Anoplophrya infundibulii (n. sp.) from Earthworm, Pheretima posthuma from Nashik district of Maharashtra, India

@inproceedings{Bhamare2012PrevalenceOI,
  title={Prevalence of Intestine dwelling ciliates and Morphological details of Anoplophrya infundibulii (n. sp.) from Earthworm, Pheretima posthuma from Nashik district of Maharashtra, India},
  author={Sunil Bhamare and Susheel V. Nikam},
  year={2012}
}
A B ST R A C T Many ciliates species are the common parasites found in Indian earthworm Pheretima posthuma . During the period of two years (Jan. 2007 to Dec. 2008) total 2609 number of earthworm animals were examined. In the first year (Jan. 2007 to Dec. 2007) 1146 P. posthuma were examined, 693 of these were positive for ciliate infection. The percentage of prevalence being (60.47%), in second year (Jan. 2008 to Dec. 2008) total 963 animals were examined, 560 of these were positive with… 

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