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co-occurrence of haematoloechus complexus and rhabdias joaquinensis in the plains leopard frog from nebraska.species of haematoloechus and rhabdias both are ubiquitous lung parasites of frogs, yet surprisingly little research has been conducted on the interactions between these worms. in a small nebraska stream, 256 rhabdias joaquinensis and 225 haematoloechus complexus were found in the lungs of lithobates (=rana) blairi. thirty-six of the 44 (82%) frogs were co-infected with h. complexus and r. joaquinensis whereas 5 (11%) frogs were infected with only 1 species and 3 (7%) frogs were uninfected. test ...201323116463
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