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[intestinal nematodes of the aythyini ducks in western pomerania].intestinal nematodes of the aythyini ducks in western pomerania. biology, including ecology, of the aythyini renders them particularly attractive subjects of parasitological studies. the tribe is represented in poland by 4 nesting species; two of them, aythya fuligula and a. ferina, are very abundant game birds. however, their helminth fauna, including nematodes, is still very poorly known. this study was aimed at quantifying the structure of parasitic intestinal nematodes of the western pomeran ...200516838626
[aythya fuligula--new host for retinometra pittalugai lopez-neyra, 1932 (cestoda, hymenolepididae) recorded in poland for the first time].during standard parasitological studies of the tufted duck aythya fuligula (linnaeus, 1758), obtained from fishermen from west pomerania, three cestode specimens were found in the jejunum of hosts. they were determined as retinometra pittalugai (lopez-neyra, 1932) on the basis of the cirrus's size, shape of stylet and rostellar hooks. this is the first record of this species in poland, since this parasite was earlier recorded only in anas platyrhynchos f. dom., aythya marila, a. ferina and bucep ...200819338226
[first record of microsomacanthus tuvensis spasskaya et spasskii, 1961 (cestoda, hymenolepididae) in poland].during standard parasitological studies of the tufted duck aythya fuligula, obtained from fishermen from west pomerania in december 2007, three cestode specimens were found in the jejunum of one male host. they were determinated as microsomacanthus tuvensis (spasskaya et spasskii, 1961) on the basis of the cirrus's and cirrus sac's size and vagina's shape. this is the first record of this species in poland.200920209817
morphometrical and ecological analysis of nematodes of the family capillariidae (neveu-lemaire, 1936) in wild ducks (anatinae) from the north-western poland.west pomerania is located on the migratory route of many species of birds. among them are many representatives of wild duck species (subfamily anatinae), which are often the primary hosts of many helminths due to the fact of living in two different environments: terrestrial and aquatic. however, until the end of the 90s, research conducted in poland on the helminth fauna of wild birds, including nematodes of the family capillariidae, did not include the north-western region of the country. these ...201324791347
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