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Studies on the life cycle of Microphallus pygmaeus (Levinson, 1881) (Trematoda: Microphallidae)



Studies on the life cycle of Microphallus pygmaeus (Levinson, 1881) (Trematoda: Microphallidae)



J. nat. Hist, 2: 2, 155-172



The morphology, ecology and life-cycles of 2 forms of Microphallus pygmaeus in Wales are described. The larvae of the larger form occur in spent adult Littorina saxatilis tenebrosa and the adults in Larus argentatus, while larvae and adults of the smaller form occur in juvenile Littorina saxatilis tenebrosa and in Anthus spinoletta, respectively. The domestic duckling is an experimental definitive host for both forms.

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