Genetic variation within the Hypodontus macropi (Nematoda: Strongyloidea) complex from macropodid marsupial hosts in Australia
Neil B Chilton, Abdul Jabbar, Florence Huby-Chilton, Aaron Jex, Robin B Gasser, Ian Beveridge
Electrophoresis | WILEY | Published : 2012
We wish to thank numerous colleagues including R. H. Andrews, I. K. Barker, B. J. Coman, A. J. Doube, P. M. Johnson, S. Middleton, D. L. Obendorf, M. G. O'Callaghan, P. J. A. Presidente, L. R. Smales, R. Speare, D. M. Spratt for help in collecting specimens. Collecting was supported financially by the Australian Research Council and the Australian Biological Resources Study. Specimens were collected under the following state-issued permits: Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (90-053, 91-095, 93-016, 10000434, 10003649), Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service (T00436, T1131), the Wildlife Service and the South Australian Department of Environment and Heritage (EO7358), the Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry (15747) and the Western Australian Department of the Environment and Conservation (SF007407). Nucleotide sequences reported in this paper are available in the GenBank database under accession nos. HE866713-HE866750.