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Cuticular ridge patterns of Marshallagia marshalli and Ostertagia occidentalis (Nematoda: Trichostrongyloidea) parasitic in ruminants of North America



Cuticular ridge patterns of Marshallagia marshalli and Ostertagia occidentalis (Nematoda: Trichostrongyloidea) parasitic in ruminants of North America



Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 562: 173-182



The synlophes of O. occidentalis and M. marshalli from Ovis aries, O. canadensis, O. dalli, Ovibos moschatus, Antilocapra americana, Odocoileus sp., and Oreamnos americanus were compared. One synlophe with 3 lateral ridges and parallel adjacent ridges was found in both nematode species from all hosts except O. americanus.

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