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trematoda, with special reference to British and other European forms.
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Coevolution of digeneans and molluscs, with special reference to schistosomes and their intermediate hosts. In The Evolving Biosphere, (ed. Forey, P. L.), pp. – British Museum (Natural History). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Haplometra cylindracea é um platelminto parasita da classe Trematoda que se aloja no pulmão de a indivíduos dos gêneros Rana, Bufo e Bombina. Foi classificada como Distoma cylindraceum por Zeder em e depois reclassificada por Looss em [2.
Familia: Echinorhynchidae Subfamilia: Echinorhynchinae Genus: Echinorhynchus Species: Echinorhynchus abyssicola Name . Echinorhynchus abyssicola Dollfus, Type locality: From the intestine of Pachycara obesa: Northeast Atlantic, Bay of Biscay (45°27' N 6°5' W, m depth). References . Dollfus, R.P.F. Acanthocéphalidé d’un poisson capturé par m de profondeur. A catalogue of holotypes, syntypes, and paratypoids of species and 3 subspecies of Trematoda (malacobothriids and aspidobothriids) preserved or formerly held in the helminth collection of the Zoological Museum, Berlin, Germany, is presented. The species are arranged in alphabetical order. Synonyms based on reexaminations of type specimens are noted.
Lymnaeidae snails play a prominent role in the transmission of helminths, mainly trematodes of medical and veterinary importance (e.g., Fasciola liver flukes). As this family exhibits a great diversity in shell morphology but extremely homogeneous anatomical traits, the systematics of Lymnaeidae has long been controversial. Using the most complete dataset to date, we examined phylogenetic. Peracreadium is a genus of trematodes in the family is very similar to the related genus Cainocreadium Nicoll, , and has been synonymised with the genera Anabathycreadium Salman & Srivastava, , Indocreadium Salman & Srivastava, , and Lebouria Nicoll, Species. Peracreadium akenovae Cribb, Bray & Cutmore, ; Peracreadium characis (Stossich, ) Bartoli.
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With Special Reference to British and other European Forms. This detailed study of Trematoda of representative animals from the European fauna will be welcomed by students, teachers and research workers in zoology, as well as by specialists in by: Get this from a library. The Trematoda: with special reference to British and other European forms.
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Read. Read.2 books Emile A. Malek, 1 book Zdeňka Žd̕ársk a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Other projects include the Wayback Machine. Trematoda. Author: David I. Gibson; Publisher: NRC Research Press ISBN: Category: Fishes Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This guide arranges information on trematoda parasites of Canadian fishes by subclass (Aspidogastrea and Digenea), order, superfamily, family, subfamily, and genera.
A host/parasite list, which includes nine new host records, the descriptions of fifteen species of trematodes which were collected from British freshwater birds during and a key for the.
special reference to marine species. In: Vernberg WB (ed) The Trematoda with special reference to British. and other European forms. Cambridge University Press. Dawes, B. (): The Trematoda with special reference to British and other European forms.
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(): The Trematoda with special reference. to British and other European forms. Cambridge: Ca m-bridge University Press, pp. (reprint of. The work has demonstrated that one of the more important areas of Scotland where Dicrocoelium dendriticum is endemic carried infected colonies of Helicella itala which live in association with the ant Formica s of the ant were shown to acquire typical metacercarial cysts after the ingestion of slime balls, and the cysts gave rise to mature lancet flukes in sheep and hamsters, eggs.
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Author(s): Dawes,Ben Title(s): The Trematoda, with special reference to British and other European forms Country of Publication: England Publisher: Cambridge, University press, With Special Reference to British and Other European Forms.
-Cambridge Univ. Press, Cam-bridge. The Trematoda of British Fishes. Book Reviews: The Trematoda: With Special Reference to. This user-uploaded collection of Early European Books contains many works printed in Europe beforefrom some of the most prestigious historical libraries of Europe, including The Kongelige Bibliotek (Royal Library, Copenhagen), The Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze (National Central Library of Florence, Italy), The Koninklijke Bibliotheek (National Library of the Netherlands), and.
Research on the infection of snails by trematodes has been conducted in Europe for over a hundred years. The initial poor knowledge of the intra-molluscan stages of these parasites together with the difficulty of classifying them constituted a serious obstacle to the undertaking of integrated parasitological and malacological efforts to gain a better understanding of the phenomenon.
Calicotyle urolophi n. is proposed for calicotylines found in the cloaca of three stingaree species, Urolophus cruciatus, U. bucculentus and U. paucimaculatus, collected off the southeastern coast of Tasmania.
Variations in the soft body parts were observed between specimens taken from U. cruciatus and U. bucculentus but were not considered sufficient for separation into two species.
We analysed two novel databases containing 2, and 8, host-parasite-locality records for trematode parasites of molluscs and fishes, respectively, to assess the biodiversity of trematodes in their intermediate mollusc and fish hosts in the freshwater environment in Europe.
The “mollusc” dataset covers large numbers of pulmonate (29 spp.), “prosobranch” (15 spp.) and bivalve ( The Monocotylidae Taschenberg, is revised based on a cladistic analysis of relationships between the constituent species and genera.
The monophyly of the family is supported by three apomorphic character states: division of the haptor into one central and eight peripheral loculi; the ovary looping the right intestinal caecum; and tetrahedral eggs.
Trematodes of European North Atlantic Fishes Trematodes of the British Isles and those of northwestern Europe have been studied by Nicoll (), Odhner (), Lebour (), and others. Studies on the trematode families Gyliauchenidae and Opisthole- betidae, with special reference to lymph system.
J. Sei. Hiroshima Univ. B.Request PDF | A molecular phylogenetic study of the caecal fluke of poultry, Postharmostomum commutatum (= P. gallinum) (Trematoda: Brachylaimidae) | .Another alternative to British rule would have been conquest and maintenance of power by some other West European country such as France or Holland.
This probably would not have produced results very different in economic terms from British rule. The third hypothesis is perhaps the most intriguing, i.e. conquest by a European power, with earlier.