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Studies on the amphibian helminths in japan part 3 abnormalities in amphibian trematodes mesocoelium elongata and glypthelmins rugocaudata



Studies on the amphibian helminths in japan part 3 abnormalities in amphibian trematodes mesocoelium elongata and glypthelmins rugocaudata



Japanese Journal of Parasitology 25(3): 170-174



One specimen of G. rugocaudata, from Rana nigromaculata collected in April, 1974 near Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture [Japan], did not possess the right vitellaria and vitelline duct. This is the 2nd report of vitellaria deformity following that by Yamashita (1937). One hyperformed specimen was found among M. elongata from newts Triturus pyrrhogaster collected in April, 1970 at Tomioka of Kumamoto Prefecture. This trematode specimen developed 1 more testis in addition to the normal 2 testes; histologically, all 3 appeared to function normally. Hyperproduction of testes has not been reported in any trematode species though deformity of the organ has been reported.

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