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Capillaria tritonispunctati and Megalobatrachonema terdentatum (Nematoda) in Triturus vulgaris and T. cristatus


, : Capillaria tritonispunctati and Megalobatrachonema terdentatum (Nematoda) in Triturus vulgaris and T. cristatus. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 33(2): 213-216

Descriptions are given of C. tritonispunctati, found in 4 of 38 T. vulgaris and 3 of 19 T. cristatus, and of M. terdentatum, found in 8 T. vulgaris and 2 T. cristatus in the Kielce area in 1983-1984.

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