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Description of cysticercoid of Coronacanthus vassilevi Genov, 1980 (Cestoda: Hymenolepididae)


, : Description of cysticercoid of Coronacanthus vassilevi Genov, 1980 (Cestoda: Hymenolepididae). Parasite 1(2): 161-165

Cysticercoids of the 3 species of the genus Coronacanthus (C. integra, C. omissa and C. vassilevi) were found in gammarids in the Carpathian National Park, Ivano-Frankov, Ukraine. The cysticercoid of C. vassilevi, found in Gammarus (Rivulogammarus) balcanicus, is described for the first time.

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