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The morphology and life-cycle of Trichobilharzia parocellata (Johnston & Simpson, 1939) Islam & Copeman, 1980 from the visceral blood vessels of Australian anatids



The morphology and life-cycle of Trichobilharzia parocellata (Johnston & Simpson, 1939) Islam & Copeman, 1980 from the visceral blood vessels of Australian anatids



Systematic Parasitology 8(1): 39-49



The morphology of T. parocellata from the portal and mesenteric blood vessels of Anas gibberifrons and A. superciliosa from northern Australia is described. The life-cycle was completed in domestic Muscovy ducks exposed to Cercaria parocellata from naturally infected Lymnaea lessoni. Adults of T. parocellata are distinguished from closely related species by the point of caecal reunion in the male, the number of testes, the nature of the tegument and the species of snail hosts.

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