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Helminthological collection of the Institute of Biology, UNAM


, : Helminthological collection of the Institute of Biology, UNAM. Coleccion helmintologica del Instituto de Biologia, UNAM: 32

The helminth collection of the Institute of Biology, National University of Mexico, is described. The parasites and hosts are catalogued systematically along with details of the habitats and geographical locations where they were collected. A total of 19 369 specimens exist, comprising 854 species.

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