• Corpus ID: 87971153

Protozoan inquilines from Florida reptiles. III. Rigidomastix scincorum n. sp.; Cercobodo stilosomorum n. sp.; and Cryptobiageccorum n. sp

@article{Bovee1962ProtozoanIF,
  title={Protozoan inquilines from Florida reptiles. III. Rigidomastix scincorum n. sp.; Cercobodo stilosomorum n. sp.; and Cryptobiageccorum n. sp},
  author={Eugene C. Bovee and Sam R Telford},
  journal={Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences},
  year={1962},
  volume={25},
  pages={180-191}
}
  • E. Bovee, S. Telford
  • Published 1962
  • Biology
  • Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences
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