1992
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02761992000500013
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Cotylophoron travassosi sp.n. (Trematoda - Paramphistomidae) from cattle

Abstract: A new species of the genus Cotylophoron (Trematoda--Paramphistomidae) --Cotylophoron travassosi sp. n.--is described. The measurements of the worm and its structures are compared with the valid known species.

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“…Thus, it is possible that the cycle of P.leydeni had developed within the farm itself. Even with the existence of Cotylophoron travassosi (Costa & Guimaraes, 1992), described in neighboring Brazil, at this moment there is no firm evidence to support the actual presence of this genus in Argentina. Therefore the authors believe that the vast majority of the descriptions of the genus Cotylophoron published in Argentina could belong to Paramphistomum.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…Thus, it is possible that the cycle of P.leydeni had developed within the farm itself. Even with the existence of Cotylophoron travassosi (Costa & Guimaraes, 1992), described in neighboring Brazil, at this moment there is no firm evidence to support the actual presence of this genus in Argentina. Therefore the authors believe that the vast majority of the descriptions of the genus Cotylophoron published in Argentina could belong to Paramphistomum.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…In Brazil, the genus Cotylophoron is reported as parasitizing different ruminants in different locations. Costa & Guimarães (1990) mention the first occurrence of C. bareilliensis parasitizing the rumen of sheep in the state of Pará and Costa & Guimarães (1992) describe the C. travassosi species in bovines in the state of Maranhão. Miranda & Costa (1999) report the incidence of C. panamensis parasitizing bovines of the state of Rondônia and C. fulleborni in bovines and goats in the states of Roraima, Pará and Maranhão and C. jacksoni also in bovines in the states of Pará, Roraima and Rondônia.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%