Parasitic Nematodes of Southeast Asia as Potential Zoonoses
Rept. no. 4 (Finial), 1 Mar 1968-27 Mar 1972
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO GREELEY
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Approximately one thosand vials of preserved nematodes, collected from fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals were studied by conventional parasitological techniques. Species new to science were described and named. Poorly known species were redescribed, often with revision of the higher categories of classification and with identification keys to the genera and species. New host and distribution records were recorded, and those parasites with obvious potential for infecting man were noted.