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Caudouterina rhyacotritoni gen et sp n Trematoda Digenea from the Olympic salamander






J Parasit 1966: 52: 935-938

Caudouterina rhyacotritoni gen et sp n Trematoda Digenea from the Olympic salamander



Accession: 038054173

DOI: 10.2307/3276538



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