Bathymodiolus aff. brevior thioautotrophic gill symbiont
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Troglostrongylus brevior, a lungworm affecting wild felids, has been increasingly reported in domestic cats from Europe… Expand Teleosauroids were a successful group of semi-aquatic crocodylomorphs that were an integral part of coastal marine/lagoonal… Expand BackgroundTroglostrongylus brevior is a lungworm of wild felids that recently has been recognized as agent of severe respiratory… Expand The present study investigated for the first time the occurrence of pulmonary and intestinal parasites of cats in Cyprus. Cats… Expand Practical relevance: Respiratory parasites infecting domestic cats are attracting increased attention in feline clinical practice… Expand Abstract The increasing focus on infections in domestic cats (Felis catus) has raised questions about lungworm distribution in… Expand Snail-borne lungworms exert an enormous toll on the health and welfare of animals and humans. Of these parasites… Expand The first case of a natural infestation with Troglostrongylus brevior in a kitten in Greece is described here. A ∼40-day-old… Expand A recent opinion article was aimed at stimulating a constructive debate in the parasitology community working on feline lungworms… Expand datis. Peduneulus petioto bi'aVior: Spatha~ :eiongata, tubo inflata. Spadix medio synandrodii s ~pelta valde e!ongata instructis… Expand