Rhabdias

Rhabdias

a genus of nematodes which cause verminous pneumonia in reptiles and amphibians; they may also be found in their body cavities. Includes R. fuscovenosa.
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vellardi (Cosmocercidae); Hedruris moniezi Ibanez y Cordova, 1976 (Hedruridae) y Rhabdias aff.
turgida Didelphis virginana Stomach Protospirura Sylvilagus aquaticus Intestine muris Rhabdias Nerodia erthrogaster Lungs fascovenosa and others R.
Exposure of leopard frogs to a pesticide mixture affects life history characteristics of the lungworm Rhabdias ranae.
Voucher helminths from the 2004-2007 collection were deposited in the United States National Parasite Collection, USNPC, Beltsville, Maryland: Distoichometra bufonis (USNPC 100930); Glypthelmins quieta (USNPC 100931); Gorgoderina multilobata (USNPC 100932); Haematoloechus kernensis (USNPC 100933); Megalodiscus microphagus (USNPC 100934); Digenean metacercariae (USNPC 100938); Cosmocerca variabilis (USNPC 100935); Rhabdias ranae (USNPC 100936); Acanthocephalan cystacanth (USNPC 100937).
pipiens Rhabdias ranae ND; trend - nematode prevalence toward [up arrow] R.
Bufo boreas not given Bufa boreas Los Angeles Hyla regilla Los Angeles Rana boylii not given Rana boylii Marin, Sonoma Rhabdias americanus Baker, 1978 Bufo boreas San Bernardino Rhabdias joaquinensis Ingles, 1935 Rana aurora San Joaquin Rhabdias ranae Walton, 1929 Hyla cadaverina Los Angeles, Riverside Hyla regilla Orange, Riverside Helminth Reference Trematoda Alaria mustelae Bosma, 1931 Hyla regilla Johnson et al.
Negative effects of Rhabdias bufonis (Nematoda) on the growth and survival of toads (Bufo bufo).
4 and 5), being represented by three basic life cycle strategies: 1) the definitive hosts were directly infected by ingestion of eggs or infective larvae, as in Rhabdias sp.
Ademas, se ha identificado el nematodo Rhabdias spp y el cestodo Ophiotaenia calmetti en Boa constrictor (Sanchez et al.
schneideri, we found eight species of nematodes from six families: Rhabdiasidae: Rhabdias fuelleborni Travassos, 1926 and Rhabdias elegans Gutierrez, 1945; Molineidae: Oswaldocruzia proencai Ben Slimane & Durette-Desset, 1995; Cosmocercidae: Cosmocerca podicipinus Baker & vaucher, 1984 and Cosmocerca parva Travassos, 1925; Kathlaniidae: Falcaustra mascula (Rudolphi, 1819) Freitas & Lent, 1941; Ascarididae: Porrocaecum sp.