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Some trematodes of freshwater fishes from North Vietnam with a list of recorded endohelminths by fish hosts.

  title={Some trematodes of freshwater fishes from North Vietnam with a list of recorded endohelminths by fish hosts.},
  author={Franti{\vs}ek Moravec and Ott{\'o} Sey},
  journal={Folia parasitologica},
  volume={36 3},
The present paper comprises a systematic survey of trematodes collected from 12 species of freshwater fishes from North Vietnam (the Red River near Hanoi). Altogether 16 trematode species (14 adults and 2 juvenile forms) have been recorded. These include: Amurotrema dombrowskajae, Platycladorchis microacetabularis, P. macroacetabularis, Neocladorchis multilobularis, Carassotrema koreanum, Azygia hwangtsiyui, Phyllodistomum clariasi, Phyllodistomum sp., Orientocreadium batrachoides, Masenia… 

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