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Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata

Eloise Blaine Cram

Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata

by Eloise Blaine Cram

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parasites,
  • Birds,
  • Nematoda

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eloise B. Cram
    SeriesSmithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 140, Bulletin (United States National Museum) -- 140.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL391 N4 C73
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 465 p.
    Number of Pages465
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26565119M

    The occurrence of Tetrameres confusa Travassos (= T. americana (Cram, ) Baylis, ) (Nematoda, Tetrameridae) in a new host, Ara ararauna Linnaeus, (Psittacidae), a species commonly known as Arara Canindé or blue-and-gold macaw is described in this manuscript.. The nematodes were collected from a specimen of A. ararauna from Botucatu, State of São Paulo, Brazil, . Nematodes du genre Acuaria de la faune de France. Annales de Parasitologie humaine et Comparee – CRAM, E. Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata. United States National Museum Bulletin 1– GUPTA,S.P.,AND M. JEHAN. On some species of the genus Ac-.

    the nematode parasites of birds in the “suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata”, presenting a key for the 13 species of Echinuria known to that date. Eight of these species, includ-ing three which had originally been described by Molin in the mid ’s from two Brazilian hosts, were transferred to the genus, becoming new. Bird parasites of the Nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata. Dispharynx nasuta (Nematoda: Acuariidae) in Guira guira and Crotophaga ani (Cuculiformes: Cuculidae) on Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil/Dispharynx nasuta (Nematoda: Acuariidae) em Guira guira e Crotophaga ani (Cuculiformes: Cuculidae) no Estado do Rio Grande do Sul.

    Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata. U. S. Nat. Mus. Bull. No. , pp. CRAM, E. B. Orthopterans and pigeons as secondary and primary hosts parasites was obtained in March from a stock culture initially secured. Cram EB Bird parasites of the suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata. US Nat Mus Bull Pinto RM, Vicente JJ, Noronha D Nematode para-sites of Brazilian psittacid birds, with emphasis on the genus Pelecitus Railliet & Henry, Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz Pinto RM, Vicente JJ, Noronha D Nematode para-.


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Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata by Eloise Blaine Cram Download PDF EPUB FB2

The present work attempts to assemble under one cover the descriptions of the species of nematodes of the suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata, exclusive of the Filarioidea, found in birds.

Until now, no such compilation has been made for the nematodes of these hosts, although special groups have been worked up. Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata.

Eloise B. "Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata." Bulletin of the United States National Museum. i–xvii, Cram, Eloise B. "Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata.".

Bird Parasites of the Nematode Ascaridata Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata - Eloise Blaine Cram - Google Books The present work attempts to assemble under one cover the descriptions of the species of nematodes of the suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata, exclusive of the Filarioidea, found in birds.

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Bull. - g Chitwood,B.C.A. CLARK WC, BLACK H and RUTHERFORD DM. Microtetrameres nestoris n. (Nematoda: Spirurida), a parasite of the North Island kaka, Nestor meridionalis septentrionalis (Aves: Psittaciformes).

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Cram. [80] Sood M. (): Nematodes parasites of birds (including poultry) from South Asia. International Book Distributing Co. India Lucknow pp. [81] Vaidova S. (): Fauna and distribution of bird nematodes from Lenkoran region and Mugan steppe (Azerbaijan). Izv. AN Azerb.

SSR ser. biol. 6: 23–32 (In Russian). Bird parasites of nematode suborders. Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata. This book contains full descriptions of all the ring nematodes ( species) reported from everywhere in the world. Cram, E., —“Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata.” Bull.

U.S. nat. Mus.,– (W.L. [27]E.B. Cram, Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata. Bulletin / Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum, [28]R.J. Ortlepp, Some helminths recovered from Red-and Yellow billed Hornbills from the Kruger National tepoort J.

Vet. Res. 31 (1), pp. Cram E. Bird parasites of nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata. Bulletin of the United States National Museum,– 3.

This study reports data on the prevalence, morphology, and morphometry of the nematode Cheilospirura hamulosa on the basis of light and stereoscopic microscopy and also camera lucida. Specimens were recovered after necropsies of partridges (Alectoris chukar) from Taleqan County in Alborz Province, Iran.

The prevalence of > C. hamulosa in partridges was of 30% with a mean. India, – SOOD, M. (): Nematodes parasites of birds (including poultry) from South Asia. International Book Distributing Co., India, Lucknow, pp. VAIDOVA, S. (): Fauna and distribution of bird nematodes from Lenkoran region and Mugan steppe (Azerbaijan).

Summary. A new nematode species, Subulura mackoi n. sp., is described based on specimens from the colon and caecum of the Eurasian Scops Owl Otus scops (L.) (Aves: Strigiformes) from the Czech Republic, collected in Males are characterized by 10 pairs of caudal papillae, a single papilla on the upper lip of the cloaca, and small unequal spiculae; female distinguishing.

This report illustrates the identification of this parasitic nematode by morphometric comparison and scanning electron microscopic photographs. Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirurata. Bull. Natl. Al -- 20 -- Spirurata and Filariata should be regarded as more specialized groups; the group Filariata got isolated later than Spirurata.

In subclass Aphasmidia or Adenophorea, parasitic Nematoda are united into two suborders: Trichocephalata and Dioctophymata.Key to parasitic nematodes. [K I Skri︠a︡bin; Gelʹmintologicheskai︠a︡ laboratorii︠a︡ (Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR)] v.

1 Spirurata and Filariata. --v. 2 Oxyurata and Ascaridata. --v. 3 Strongylata. --v. 4 Camallanata, Rhabditata, Tylenchata, Trichocephalata, Dioctophymata, and distribution of parasitic nematodes in different.Cram EB.

Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata and Spirurata. U.S. National Museum Bulletin ; Jasim IM, Jwear HJ. Terrestrial Isopoda Species in Al-jadiriyah District / Baghdad / Iraq. Baghdad Science .