Microphallidae

Microphallidae

a family of intestinal digenetic trematodes that parasitize anserine and gallinaceous birds and may cause losses if the infestations are heavy.
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Este grupo de metacercarias se determino como Microphallidae, compuestos por varias morfoespecies no determinadas (Figs.
En general, la prevalencia de parasitos se correlaciono positivamente con la LCT de los hospedadores, aunque solo en LC y para los taxa parasitarios de Microphallidae y Cystidicolidae, se obtuvo correlaciones significativas (Fig.
tuberculosus y Allopetrolisthes punctatus, de LC y MO respectivamente, mostraron la mayor prevalencia de metacercarias de Microphallidae, mientras que P.
The trematodes of the family Microphallidae are small parasites present in the digestive tract of most vertebrates.
According to Deblock [3], this new species must be included in the family Microphallidae Ward, 1901, subfamily Levinseniellinae Stiles and Hassall, 1901, and in the genus Levinseniella (Levinseniella) Stiles and Hassall, 1901, on the basis of the morphological features of the worms.
Contribution a l'etude des Microphallidae Travassos, 1920 (Trematoda) XXII.
1 * Laelaps manguinhosi Fonseca, 1936 * * * * Laelaps paulistanensis * * * Fonseca, 1936 Gigantolaelaps wolffsohni * * (Oudemans, 1910) Mysolaelaps microspinosus * * Fonseca 1936 Macronyssidae Ornithonyssus bacoti (Hirst, 1913) * * * Ixodidae Ixodes loricatus Neumann, 1899 * * * * * Trombiculidae Eutrombicula alfreddugesi * * * * (Oudemans, 1920) Helminths Digenea Echinostomatidae Echinostoma platensis Sutton * and Lunaschi, 1994 Echinoparyphium scapteromae * * * * * (Sutton, 1983) Microphallidae Levinseniella (Monarrhenos) * * * cruzi Travassos, 1920 Dicrocoelidae Zoonorchis oxymycterae Sutton, 1983 * * Cestoda Ciclophyllidea, Hymenolepididae Rodentolepis sp.
Maritrema subdolum is another microphallidae trematode, sympatric and syntopic with M.
Descripcion de una nueva especie de Ornithotrema Caballero, Brenes y Arroyo, 1963 y creacion de una nueva subfamilia de Microphallidae Travassos, 1921 (Trematoda: Digenea).
Contribution to the study of Microphallidae Travassos, 1920 (Trematoda).
Adult worms of the family Microphallidae occur primarily as intestinal parasites of birds and mammals, while metacercariae are commonly found in decapod crustaceans.
Contribution a etude des Microphallidae Travassos,1920 XXIV.