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Capillaria murissylvatici (Nematoda, Capillariinae), parasitic in a rodent in Iranian Baluchistan


, : Capillaria murissylvatici (Nematoda, Capillariinae), parasitic in a rodent in Iranian Baluchistan. Bulletin du Museum National d' Histoire Naturelle, Section A Zoologie, Biologie et Ecologie Animales 12(1): 19-33

A nematode found in the digestive tract of a recently described rodent, Microtus kermanensis in the Kerman province, Iran, is described and figured. It was compared with C. murissylvatici from Clethrionomys glareolus in France, and identified with this species.

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