TRANSPORT OF HELMINTHS TO HAWAII VIA THE BROWN ANOLE, ANOLIS SAGREI (POLYCHROTIDAE)

@inproceedings{Goldberg2000TRANSPORTOH,
  title={TRANSPORT OF HELMINTHS TO HAWAII VIA THE BROWN ANOLE, ANOLIS SAGREI (POLYCHROTIDAE)},
  author={Stephen R. Goldberg and Charles R. Bursey},
  booktitle={Journal of Parasitology},
  year={2000}
}
Sixty-two brown anoles, Anolis sagrei, from Oahu, Hawaii were examined for helminths. Anolis sagrei was introduced to Hawaii, presumably from the Caribbean. Two species of trematodes, Mesocoelium monas and Platynosomum fastosum, 3 species of nematodes, Atractis scelopori, Physaloptera squamatae, and Physocephalus sp., 1 acanthocephalan, Acanthocephalus bufonis, and 1 pentastome, Raillietiella frenatus, were found. Atractis scelopori and P. squamatae, previously unknown in Hawaii, are widely… 

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