Journal article

[Studies on the Echinonematinae (Nematoda)].

AG Chabaud, C Seureau, I Beveridge, O Bain, MC Durette-Desset

Ann Parasitol Hum Comp | Published : 1980


Complementary data on the Echinonematinae have been obtained by study of "The Australian Helminth Collection, formerly the Univeristy of Adelaide, Department of Zoology Helminth Collection, currently housed in the South Australial Museum", and by a morphological and biological study of new material. The Echinonematinae actually known are the following: -- Seurechina chaneeti n. gen., n. sp., parasite of Dasyurus hallucatus (West Australia) does not have large cephalic hooks but about 50 rings of spines covering the anterior fifth of the body. -- Inglechina australis (Inglis and Mawson, 1967) n. gen., n. comb., a parasite of Sminthopsis crassicaudata (South Australia) has 3 rings of large cep..

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