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A new record of Mammomonogamus auris from the middle ear of the domestic cats in Japan



A new record of Mammomonogamus auris from the middle ear of the domestic cats in Japan



Japanese Journal of Parasitology, 315: 471-478



Nematodes belonging to genus Mammomonogamus were obtained from the middle ear of domestic cats in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. They were identified as M. auris (Faust et Tang, 1934), and their morphological features are described. This is the 1st record of the genus from animals living in Japan. Nematodes of this genus exhibit many individual variations which has caused taxonomic confusion. To establish appropriate taxonomy it is indispensable that the life cycles be known.

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