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“…Other reports have described parasitism of adult A. humerale on the toad Rhinella arenarum (Hensel, 1867) (previously Bufo arenarum -Anura, Bufonidae; Sinkoc & Brum, 1997) and, under laboratory conditions, on Trachemys scripta (Wied-Neuwied, 1839) (red-eared slider -Testudines, Emydidae; Martins et al, 2020). Immature stages of the parasite have already been found on caimans, lizards and snakes (Labruna et al, 2002a;Martins et al, 2020), wild mammals (Witter et al, 2016;Fuverki et al, 2021) and birds (Ogrzewalska et al, 2010;Souza et al, 2020). Although reports on the usual hosts of A. humerale in the different biomes in which it occurs have been produced, details of parasitism patterns exhibited by this species have been described only for the state of Rondônia, in the Amazon region (Labruna et al, 2002a), and in the central-western portion of Mato Grosso state, in the Cerrado-Amazonia transition (Morais et al, 2017).…”
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“…Other reports have described parasitism of adult A. humerale on the toad Rhinella arenarum (Hensel, 1867) (previously Bufo arenarum -Anura, Bufonidae; Sinkoc & Brum, 1997) and, under laboratory conditions, on Trachemys scripta (Wied-Neuwied, 1839) (red-eared slider -Testudines, Emydidae; Martins et al, 2020). Immature stages of the parasite have already been found on caimans, lizards and snakes (Labruna et al, 2002a;Martins et al, 2020), wild mammals (Witter et al, 2016;Fuverki et al, 2021) and birds (Ogrzewalska et al, 2010;Souza et al, 2020). Although reports on the usual hosts of A. humerale in the different biomes in which it occurs have been produced, details of parasitism patterns exhibited by this species have been described only for the state of Rondônia, in the Amazon region (Labruna et al, 2002a), and in the central-western portion of Mato Grosso state, in the Cerrado-Amazonia transition (Morais et al, 2017).…”
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confidence: 98%