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Australian Hymenolepididae (Cestoda) parasitizing birds. IV. Diorchis spratti sp.n. found in the grey teal Anas gibberifrons S. Muller



Australian Hymenolepididae (Cestoda) parasitizing birds. IV. Diorchis spratti sp.n. found in the grey teal Anas gibberifrons S. Muller



Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Biology 35(7-9): 225-235



D. spratti n.sp. is described from the intestine of 2 of 14 A. gibberifrons in Borrenbox Swamp near Griffith, New South Wales, Australia. 2-3 specimens/bird were present in the small intestine; in one bird localization was determined more precisely to be the upper half of the ileum.

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