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Cyclocoelidae

Known as: Typhlocoelidae 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Mitochondrial (mt) DNA has been useful in revealing the phylogenetic relationship of eukaryotic organisms including flatworms… 
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2016
2016
SUMMARY Cyclocoelidae Stossich, 1902 are medium-sized to large digenean bird parasites. Although these parasites bear few visible… 
2015
2015
Keys to the six subfamilies, 22 genera within subfamilies and 128 species recognized within the Cyclocoelidae are provided. Lists… 
2009
2009
Circumvitellatrema momota n. gen., n. sp. was found in the air sacs of a captive-hatched blue-crowned motmot, Momotus momota… 
2007
2007
Based on the definition of 6 basic body types in the group, the family Cyclocoelidae is revised with the erection of… 
2007
2007
A new species of the genus Uvitellina Witenberg, 1923 is described from White-eyed Buzzard Butastur teesa and named as Uvitellina… 
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1995
1995
Two Florida snail kites (Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus, Say) collected in August and December 1993 from Osceola County (28°15′N… 
1995
1995
Infectivity of Cyclocoelum mutabile miracidia to 9 species and up to 4 size classes of pulmonate snails at 14, 16, and 20 C was… 
1976
1976
Miracidia of Cyclocoelum mutabile (Zeder), each containing a single redia, were infective to six species of snails: Helisoma… 
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1973
1973
  • S. J. Taft
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1973
  • Corpus ID: 28476530
Eggs of Cyclocoelum obscurum are released into water, and emerged miracidia (each containing a redia) attached to aquatic snails…