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eye trematode infection in small passerines in peru caused by philophthalmus lucipetus, an agent with a zoonotic potential spread by an invasive freshwater snail.until now, four species of eye trematodes have been found in south america. of them, philophthalmus lucipetus (synonymized with philophthalmus gralli) displays a broad host spectrum, with at least 30 bird species (prevalently large water birds), five mammal species and humans serving as definitive hosts, and with snails fagotia (microcolpia) acicularis, amphimelania holandri, melanopsis praemorsa and melanoides tuberculata serving as intermediate hosts. when examining a total of 50 birds of ten ...201323570701
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