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The morphology and biology of the South American species of the genera Echinococcus: E. granulosus, E. oligarthrus, E. patagonicus, E. pampeanus and E. cepanzoi



The morphology and biology of the South American species of the genera Echinococcus: E. granulosus, E. oligarthrus, E. patagonicus, E. pampeanus and E. cepanzoi



Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, Buenos Aires 52(6): 447-471



The morphology and biology of the genus Echinococcus are reviewed with particular emphasis on those species known from South America. The validity of species within the genus is considered. The polyploid nature of several species may be due to climatic shock or to new hosts as the parasite extends its range.

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