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The Snail Hosts of Certain Paramphistomatidae and Gastrothylacidae (Trematoda) Discovered by the Late Dr. P. L. LeRoux in Africa

  • J. A. Dinnik (a1)
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A study of several samples of young conical flukes reared from metacercariae obtained by the late Dr. P. L. LeRoux from certain fresh water snails has resulted in the following findings.

It appears that the species which caused the severe intestinal paramphistomiasis amongst sheep described by LeRoux (1930) in South Africa was Paramphistomum microbothrium Fischoeder, not Cotylophoron cotyhphorum (Fischoeder) as was thought at the time and subsequently repeated in all the text books and reviews on paramphistomiasis published afterwards.

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