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“…obs.). Haematoloechus medioplexus has also been reported in Rana palustris, another member of the leopard frog clade in Massachusetts and Maine (Rankin, 1945;Bouchard, 1951).…”
Section: 8s G--mentioning
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“…obs.). Haematoloechus medioplexus has also been reported in Rana palustris, another member of the leopard frog clade in Massachusetts and Maine (Rankin, 1945;Bouchard, 1951).…”
Section: 8s G--mentioning
“…Spicules equal, simple, alate with broadly spatulate tip (Figs. 73,75). Gubernaculum prominent with thin proximal and distal projections (Fig.…”
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“…The helminth communities found in the mink frogs from Minnesota were consistent with those previously reported for aquatic frogs. Frog species living a predominately aquatic existence tend to be infected with parasite communities that are dominated by trematode taxa, whereas the communities found in terrestrial species are comprised largely of nematode and, sometimes, cestode taxa (Brandt, 1936;Rankin, 1945;Muzzall, 1991;McAlpine, 1997;Bolek and Coggins, 2003). In the mink frog individuals that we examined, the parasite communities were dominated by trematode species in terms of richness, prevalences, and abundances (Table 1).…”
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