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Records of trematodes of the families Lecithodendriidae, Dicrocoeliidae, and Heterophyidae from Chiroptera collected in Egypt and Yemen, S.W. Arabia



Records of trematodes of the families Lecithodendriidae, Dicrocoeliidae, and Heterophyidae from Chiroptera collected in Egypt and Yemen, S.W. Arabia



Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 28: 1, 13-17



Macy et al. give brief descriptions of Prosthodendrium glandulosum, P. pyramidum, P. urna, Lecithodendrium granulosum, Acamhatrium sphaerula, Anchitrema sanguineum and Heterophyes heterophyes collected from Chiroptera in Egypt and Yemen from 1948 to 1953. P. glandulosum is figured; P, obtusum is probably synonymous with P. glandulosum.

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