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Synlophe of Nematodirus neotoma (Trichostrongyloidea)


, : Synlophe of Nematodirus neotoma (Trichostrongyloidea). Journal of Parasitology 74(4): 686-691

The cervical synlophe of N. neotoma is composed of 30-32 and 36-42 ridges in males and females, respectively. Of these, 14 and 20-22 ridges are continuous in the cervical zone and extend to the base of the cephalic expansion. 6 pairs of lateral ridges are discontinuous but extend more than one-third the length of the cervical region.

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Accession: 001962364

PMID: 3397830

DOI: 10.2307/3282190

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