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fimbriasacculus africanensis n. gen., n. sp. (cestoda: hymenolepididae) from anas capensis, anas undulata, and anas erythrorhyncha (anatidae) in south africa.fimbriasacculus africanensis n. gen., n. sp., occurred in anas capensis (50%), anas erythrorhyncha (5%), and anas undulata (12%) collected in the vicinity of the barberspan ornithological research station, republic of south africa. the new genus differs from others in the subfamily fimbriariinae (fimbriaria, fimbriarioides, fimbriariella, and profimbriaria) in having 2 testes per proglottid rather than 3, an accessory sac, and a preovarian instead of postovarian vitelline gland. fimbriasacculus ...19968973398
helminth fauna of anas undulata, anas erythrorhyncha, anas capensis and anas smithii at barberspan, south africa.thirty-four species of gastrointestinal helminths were found in 25 anas undulata, 21 anas erythrorhyncha, ten anas capensis and seven anas smithii collected at barberspan, south africa. excluding four new taxa, 11 new african records, and 14, 11, 12 and nine new host records were established for anas undulata, anas erythrorhyncha, anas capensis and anas smithii, respectively. the helminth community included 13 cosmopolitan species, seven species known only from the holarctic, one species known o ...19979352561
a comparison of the helminth communities in anas undulata, anas erythrorhyncha, anas capensis and anas smithii at barberspan, south africa.examination of the helminth communities in 25 yellow-billed ducks (anas undulata), 21 red-billed ducks (anas erythrorhyncha), ten cape teal (anas capensis) and seven cape shovellers (anas smithii) that had overwintered at barberspan, revealed differences in community structure. infracommunities in yellow-billed and red-billed ducks were characterized by low diversity and high eveness, and generally consisted of less than 100 helminths per duck. similarity values (mean percent similarity and mean ...19979467171
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