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Trematodes of the genus Renicóla from the kidneys of birds in Brazil.

@article{Wright1954TrematodesOT,
  title={Trematodes of the genus Renic{\'o}la from the kidneys of birds in Brazil.},
  author={Christopher Amyas Wright},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Biologia},
  year={1954},
  volume={14},
  pages={61-64}
}
  • C. Wright
  • Published 1954
  • Biology
  • Revista Brasileira De Biologia
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