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On a species of Trichostrongyle from the Tasmanian devil


Jour Helminthol 9(3): 153-156
On a species of Trichostrongyle from the Tasmanian devil
From Sarcophilus harisii in the Scottish Zoological Park were obtained Oochoristica dasyuri, Alaria sp., and Nicollina sarcophili* (p. 155) .

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Accession: 025141652

DOI: 10.1017/s0022149x0003039x



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