RHABDIAS ANOLIS N. SP. (NEMATODA: RHABDIASIDAE) FROM THE LIZARD, ANOLIS FRENATUS (SAURIA: POLYCHROTIDAE), FROM PANAMA

@inproceedings{Bursey2003RHABDIASAN,
  title={RHABDIAS ANOLIS N. SP. (NEMATODA: RHABDIASIDAE) FROM THE LIZARD, ANOLIS FRENATUS (SAURIA: POLYCHROTIDAE), FROM PANAMA},
  author={Charles R. Bursey and Stephen R. Goldberg and Sam R Telford},
  booktitle={Journal of Parasitology},
  year={2003}
}
Rhabdias anolis n. sp. from the lungs of Anolis frenatus collected in Panama is described and illustrated. Rhabdias anolis n. sp. represents the 45th species assigned to the genus and the ninth from the Neotropical Realm. It is distinguished from all other Neotropical species by the presence of a pair of sessile lateral papillae on its tail. 

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