The Gastrointestinal Helminths of Lorentzimys nouhuysi (Rodentia: muridae) with Descriptions of Two New Genera and Three New Species (Nematoda) From Papua New Guinea

@inproceedings{Smales2010TheGH,
  title={The Gastrointestinal Helminths of Lorentzimys nouhuysi (Rodentia: muridae) with Descriptions of Two New Genera and Three New Species (Nematoda) From Papua New Guinea},
  author={Lesley R. Smales},
  booktitle={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={2010}
}
  • L. Smales
  • Published in The Journal of parasitology 17 June 2010
  • Biology
Abstract Helminths, 3 cestode and 8 nematode species, including 2 new genera, 5 new species, and 1 putative new species, of nematode were collected from the digestive tracts of 23 Lorentzimys nouhuysi (Murinae; Hydromyini) from Papua New Guinea. Odilia wauensis n. sp. (Heligmonellidae) most closely resembles Odilia mallomyos Hasegawa and Syafruddin, 1994, but differs from this species in the detail of the synlophe ridges, the length and tip shape of the spicules, the absence of a gubernaculum… 
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