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hasanuddinia maxomyos n. gen., n. sp. and heligmonoides musseri n. sp. (nematoda: heligmonellidae) collected from endemic murines of sulawesi, indonesia.two new nematodes belonging to the subfamily nippostrongylinae (nematoda: trichostrongyloidea: heligmonellidae) are described based on specimens from endemic murines of sulawesi, indonesia: hasanuddinia maxomyos n. gen., n. sp. from maxomys musschenbroekii and eropeplus canus, and heligmonoides musseri n. sp. from m. musschenbroekii, e. canus, and margaretamys elegans. hasanuddinia is closest to rattusstrongylus of malaysian rats in lacking a carene and in having a lateromedian gradient in the s ...19947931913
three new fleas from sulawesi, indonesia (siphonaptera: pygiopsyllidae & ceratophyllidae).gryphopsylla maxomydis n. sp. (pygiopsyllidae), medwayella rubrisciurae n. sp. (pygiopsyllidae) and macrostylophora theresae n. sp. (ceratophyllidae) are described from endemic rodents in sulawesi. gryphopsylla maxomydis was collected from the murids maxomys musschenbroekii and paruromys dominator in central sulawesi (sulawesi tengah). however, m. musschenbroekii appears to be the true host of this flea because it has spiny pelage and g. maxomydis shows morphological adaptations for parasitizing ...200617007213
helminth infections in small mammals from ulu gombak forest reserve and the risk to human health.a survey for small mammal parasites carried out in a secondary forest of ulu gombak, selangor, peninsula malaysia yielded the following animals: rattus bowersi (7), rattus tiomanicus jalorensis (2), maxomys rajah (12), maxoyms whiteheadi (3), leopoldamys sabanus(13), sundamys muelleri(10), lariscus insignis (1), sundasciurus tenuis (1) and tupaia glis (2). the following nematodes: capillaria hepatica, hepatojarakus malayae, trichostrongylus sp. and streptopharagus sp., the following cestodes: hy ...200516883287
a preliminary survey of ectoparasites of small mammals in kuala selangor nature park.trapping of small mammals was conducted at 5 study sites in kuala selangor nature park (ksnp) from 20-24 june 2005. a total of 11 animals comprising 2 species of rodents, maxomys whiteheadi and rattus exulans were caught from 3 sites, i.e from an area of mixed secondary forest and mangrove swamp; an area of mangrove swamp, and from an area of lalang fringing mangrove swamp. from these animals, the following 7 species of ectoparasites were found: laelaps echidninus, laelaps nuttalli, ascoschoenga ...200516883294
cyclodontostomum purvisi (syn. ancistronema coronatum) (nematoda: strongyloidea: chabertiidae) from rats of kalimantan and sulawesi, indonesia.cyclodontostomum purvisi adams, 1933 (nematoda: strongyloidea: chabertiidae) was collected from the ceca of maxomys whiteheadi, leopoldamys sabanus, and niviventer cremoniventer of east kalimantan and eropeplus canus, paruromys dominator, and rattus hoffmanni (rodentia: muridae: murinae) in south sulawesi, indonesia. kalimantan and sulawesi are new localities for this nematode, and each of the sulawesian rats are new hosts. presence of the external corona radiata consisting of 8 bifid elements w ...19948064538
establishment of a molecular tool for blood meal identification in malaysia.to establish a polymerase chain reaction (pcr) technique based on cytochrome b (cytb) gene of mitochondria dna (mtdna) for blood meal identification.201223569902
ectoparasites of small mammals in four localities of wildlife reserves in peninsular malaysia.field surveys of ectoparasites on rodents and scandents were conducted in four localities of wildlife reserves in peninsular malaysia from october 2008 to november 2009. a total of 16 animals comprising 5 species of hosts were caught and examined for ectoparasites. the hosts examined were maxomys rajah, maxomys whiteheadi, leopoldamys sabanus, lariscus insignis and tupaia glis. of these hosts, 9 genera, consisting of 14 species of ectoparasites were extracted. three species of ticks (ixodidae), ...201122299462
molecular characterization of pathogenic leptospira sp. in small mammals captured from the human leptospirosis suspected areas of selangor state, malaysia.leptospirosis is caused by the spirochetal bacterium leptospira of which rodents are considered the most important reservoir. this study aims to determine and characterize virulent leptospira species among rodents and small mammals found in human settlements and recreational spots within the hulu langat and gombak districts of selangor, malaysia; regions that frequently report probable human leptospirosis cases. molecular analysis revealed an overall leptospira detection rate of 14.3% among the ...201830145261
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