5 edition of Studies on the avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae found in the catalog.
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Written in English
|Other titles||The avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae.|
|Statement||with 9 plates and 2 textfigures, by Roy Lewis Mayhew.|
|Series||Illinois biological monographs,, vol. X, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QL391.C4 M3 1925|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||26009496|
The avian family Ciconiidae, the storks, is a morphologically and behaviorally distinct group comprising nineteen species distributed in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. Storks are large and conspicuous birds, and many species thrive in zoos, so the ecology, ethology, and morphology of these birds are well-studied. In the early 's, M. Philip Kahl substantially revised Cited by: 2. Avian range expansion describes how birds expand their e of the activities of birdwatchers, these range expansions are well documented.. Throughout the last century a number of birds have expanded their range. Birds that were once thought to be only located on the West Coast of have moved eastward all the way to the East Coast, an example would be the Brewer's blackbird.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mayhew, Roy Lewis, Studies on the avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae. [Urbana, Ill., ©]. Get this from a library. Studies on the avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae.
[Roy Lewis Mayhew]. We studied the cestode fauna (Platyhelminthes) of forest birds in Malaysia (Selangor) collected during a field trip in Ninety birds of 37 species were examined and Author: Jean Mariaux, Boyko B. Georgiev. Mayhew, R.L.
Studies on the avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae. Illinois biological monographs, 1– PDF; Links. Hymenolepididae in the World Register of Marine Species; Hymenolepididae - Taxon details on the Interim Register of Marine and Non-marine Genera (IRMNG) for additional genera; GBIF for additional genera.
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STUDIES ON AVIAN CESTODE GENUS Cotugnia DIAMARE, (CESTODA: DAVAINEIDAE, FUHRMANN, ) FROM Gallus Gallus domosticus Asian J. Bio Sci., 8 (1) April, A new genus of the family Hymenolepididae (Cestoda) from Sephanoides sephaniodes (Apodiformes, Trochilidae) in Northern Patagonia (Chile).pdf Available via license: CC BY-NC-ND Content may be.
STUDIES ON THE CESTODA OF BRITISH FRESHWATER BIRDS* Hymenolepididae). Studies on the avian species of the cestode family Hymenolepididae,Author: MARY BEVERLEY-BURTON. didae, and Paruterinidae. O f particular interes t was the presence of 3 species of the family Metadilepididae in the collections.
KE Y WORDS: Platyhelminthes, cestodes, birds, Ivory Coast, taxonomy, survey. Avian cestode faunas in the Republic of the Ivory Coast (West Africa) hav e been poorly stud-ied.
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Trauma in the raptor group is probably the most frequent single cause of eye disease in this group, and the most treatable. Abstract. Previously unrecognized species of the genus Hymenolepis are described based on specimens from spalacid and murid (Murinae) lepis rymzhanovi sp.
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How to use avian in a sentence. Studies revealed the role of Artemia salina as intermediate host in the life-cycle of a cestode species parasitizing flamingos, i.e. Flamingolepis liguloides. Cysticercoids of this parasite were found for the first time in the Algerian populations of Artemia salina in winter of and in Chott Marouane and spring of in Sebkha by: Compendio helmintologia iberica (continuacion).
Parto II. Capitulo III. [Family Hymenolepididae]. On a cestode of poultry from Chandigarh. Family Dilepididae Railliet & Henry, Redescription of Choanotaenia orioli Joyeux et Baer, and C.
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Hudson is of the opinion that the genus Killigrewia Meggitt, is synonymous with Aporina Fuhrmann, and Raillietina (Paroniella) magni-numida Jones, is synonymous with R. numida Fuhrmann. He records two tapeworms from the lesser flamingo: Hymenolepis Cited by: 4.Hymenolepis diminuta, also known as rat tapeworm, is a species of Hymenolepis tapeworm that causes has slightly bigger eggs and proglottids than H.
nana and infects mammals using insects as intermediate adult structure is 20 to 60 cm long and the mature proglottid is similar to that of H. nana, except it is larger. H. diminuta is prevalent worldwide, but only a few Family: Hymenolepididae.The cestode family Diphyllobothriidae includes several genera with species known to infect humans, including Diplogonoporus (marine parasites of baleen whales and otarid seals), Pyramicocephalus (marine parasites of phocid seals), Schistocephalus (freshwater parasites of birds and mammals), and Diphyllobothrium (Jenkins et al., ).