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Cuticular ridge patterns of seven species of Ostertagiinae (Nematoda) parasitic in domestic ruminants



Cuticular ridge patterns of seven species of Ostertagiinae (Nematoda) parasitic in domestic ruminants



Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 551: 77-86



The cuticular ridge patterns (synlophes) of 7 species of Ostertagia and Teladorsagia were studied. 3 different synlophes were compared using SEM. The synlophe of O. lyrata was identical to that of O. ostertagi, that of O. kolchida was identical to that of O. leptospicularis, and both T. trifurcata and T. davtiani had synlophes identical to T. circumcincta. Previous studies with other trichostrongyloid nematodes indicated the synlophe to be useful for separating species.

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