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Contributions to the digenetic trematodes of the Microchiroptera of Northern India. Part II. Studies on the genus Lecithodendrium Looss



Contributions to the digenetic trematodes of the Microchiroptera of Northern India. Part II. Studies on the genus Lecithodendrium Looss



Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences (United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, India), 5: 1, 86-98



Pande describes Lecithodendrium loossii n. sp. L. mehrai n. sp. L. bhaleraoi n. sp. and L. longiforme var. allahabadi n. var. from insectivorous bats near Allahabad. He considers that Acanthatrium Faust and Prosthodendrium Dollfus are synonymous with Lecithodendrium.

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