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Studies on the amphibian helminths in Japan. Metacercariae of a feline intestinal fluke Pharyngostomum cordatum in amphibian and reptilian hosts from Kagawa Prefecture



Studies on the amphibian helminths in Japan. Metacercariae of a feline intestinal fluke Pharyngostomum cordatum in amphibian and reptilian hosts from Kagawa Prefecture



Japanese Journal of Parasitology 26(6): 384-387



Examination of 334 amphibians of 10 species and of 3 snakes of 2 species from Shikoku Island, Japan, in 1977 revealed metacercariae of Pharyngostomum cordatum, a parasite of cats, in Rana nigromaculata, R. rugosa, R. brevipoda, R. catesbeiana, R. limnocalis, Elaphe quadrivirgata and Rhabdophis tigrinus tigrinus. The last 4 are new intermediate or paratenic hosts for this species.

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