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Contribution to the study of the parasite fauna of Argentina. XIV. Presence of Lamanema chavezi Becklund, 1963 (Nematoda, Molineidae, Nematodirinae), a parasite of Camelidae in Lagidium viscasia boxi



Contribution to the study of the parasite fauna of Argentina. XIV. Presence of Lamanema chavezi Becklund, 1963 (Nematoda, Molineidae, Nematodirinae), a parasite of Camelidae in Lagidium viscasia boxi



Bulletin du Museum National d' Histoire Naturelle, A Zoologie, Biologie et Ecologie Animales 7(4): 791-794



L. chavezi found in L. viscasia boxi in Provincia de Chubut, Argentina is redescribed and the female and the synlophe are described for the first time.

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