turgida Didelphis virginana Stomach Protospirura Sylvilagus aquaticus Intestine muris Rhabdias Nerodia erthrogaster Lungs fascovenosa and others R.
The nematode genus Rhabdias (Nematoda: Rhabdiasidae) from amphibians and reptiles of the Neartic.
Two of the authors of the previous entry were joined by Kuzmin from the Institute of Zoology in Kiev, for this report on lung parasitizing nematodes of the genus Rhabdias endemic to North America.
pipiens Rhabdias ranae ND; trend - nematode prevalence toward [up arrow] R.
Exposure of leopard frogs to a pesticide mixture affects life history characteristics of the lungworm Rhabdias ranae.
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.
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.
5 (4-26) 70% batrachiensis (1) Rhabdias ranae 8% 6.
the cestode, Distoichometra bufonis, and two species of nematodes, Rhabdias ranae and larvae of Physaloptera sp.
Rhabdias ranae has a direct life cycle and infection occurs by integumental penetration (Anderson 2000).
Gravid individuals of one species of cestode, Distoichometra bufonis and two species of nematodes, Oswaldocruzia pipiens and Rhabdias ranae were found.
Gravid individuals of one species of cestode, Distoichometra bufonis Dickey 1921; and two species of nematodes, Oswaldocruzia pipiens Walton 1929, and Rhabdias ranae Walton 1929 were found.