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Dyer, W. G., & Carr, J. L. (1990). Some ascaridid, spirurid, and rhabditid nematodes of the neotropical turtle genus rhinoclemmys in mexico and south america. Journal of Parasitology, 76(2), 259–262. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Dyer1990
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Keywords: Geoemydidae, Habitat = habitat, Kinosternidae, Kinosternon, Kinosternon leucostomum, Mittelamerika = Central America, Parasiten = parasites, Rhinoclemmys, Rhinoclemmys annulata, Rhinoclemmys areolata, Rhinoclemmys diademata, Rhinoclemmys melanosterna, Rhinoclemmys nasuta, Rhinoclemmys pulcherrima, Schildkröten = turtles + tortoises, Südamerika = South America, Veterinärmedizin = veterinary medicine
Creators: Carr, Dyer
Collection: Journal of Parasitology
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Abstract     
Several species of nematodes collected from turtles of Mexico and South America represent new host and/or locality records. From Mexico, Rhinoclemmys areolata was infected with Atractis caballeroi, Atractis impura, Cruzia mexicana, Falcaustra sp., and Serpinema parvus, and Rhinoclemmys pulcherrima infected with A. impura, C. mexicana, and Longibucca sp. From Ecuador, Rhinoclemmys nasuta was infected with Falcaustra tikasinghi and Hedruris sp., Rhinoclemmys annulata with A. caballeroi, Rhinoclemmys melanosterna with F. tikasinghi, and Kinosternon leucostomum with A. caballeroi. From Venezuela, Rhinoclemmys diademata was infected with A. impura.
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