[studies on the echinonematinae (nematoda)].complementary data on the echinonematinae have been obtained by study of "the australian helminth collection, formerly the univeristy of adelaide, department of zoology helminth collection, currently housed in the south australial museum", and by a morphological and biological study of new material. the echinonematinae actually known are the following: -- seurechina chaneeti n. gen., n. sp., parasite of dasyurus hallucatus (west australia) does not have large cephalic hooks but about 50 rings of ...19807458168
linstowinema, smales, 1997 (nematoda : seuratidae) from dasyurids (marsupialia : dasyuridae) from australia.linstowinema edmondsi (echinonematinae) from dasyurus hallucatus (dasyuridae) is redescribed. it can be differentiated from all species of linstowinema occurring in bandicoots (peramelidae) in having the first row of cephalic hooks as long as or longer than the second row. l. gracile n. sp. is described from phascogale tapoatafa and dasycercus cristicauda, and can be distinguished from all previously described species of linstowinema in not having a cuticular dilation of the oesophageal region o ...199910613528
manganese accumulates in the brain of northern quolls (dasyurus hallucatus) living near an active mine.mining is fundamental to the australian economy, yet little is known about how potential contaminants bioaccumulate and affect wildlife living near active mining sites. here, we show using air sampling that fine manganese dust within the respirable size range is found at levels exceeding international recommendations even 20 km from manganese extraction, processing, and storage facilities on groote eylandt, northern territory. endangered northern quolls (dasyurus hallucatus) living near mining s ...201829096311
prevalence, genetic diversity and potential clinical impact of blood-borne and enteric protozoan parasites in native mammals from northern australia.a molecular survey was conducted to provide baseline information on the prevalence, genetic diversity and potential clinical impacts of blood-borne and enteric protozoans in native wild mammals from the northern territory (nt). a total of 209 blood and 167 faecal samples were collected from four target species; the northern brown bandicoot (isoodon macrourus), common brushtail possum (trichosurus vulpecula), northern quoll (dasyurus hallucatus) and brush-tailed rabbit-rat (conilurus penicillatus ...201728408215
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