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Phylogenetic Tree of Secernentea. DIAPHANOCEPHALOIDEA. Frogs. Redeyed Leaf Frog. Chorus Frog. Rhabdias bufonis. A. Female B. Cephalic end C. Cephalic end, apical view D. Tail of female E. Male F. Tail of male G. Mature female. Gecko. Pharyngodon oceanicus - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Phylogenetic Tree ofSecernentea


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DIAPHANOCEPHALOIDEA


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Frogs

Redeyed Leaf Frog

Chorus Frog


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Rhabdias bufonis

A. Female

B. Cephalic end

C. Cephalic end, apical view

D. Tail of female

E. Male

F. Tail of male

G. Mature female


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Gecko


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Pharyngodon oceanicus

Gecko intestine

1. Female 2. Cephalic end 3. Female tail 4. Male 5. Egg 6. Egg 7. Male tail, ventral view 8. Male tail, lateral view


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Brown Pelican


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Bursacetabulus

pelecanus

From Pelican, small intestine


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Flounder


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Margolisianum bulbosum

Flounder, subcutaneous mouth and head, eye muscle


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Echinorhynchus lageniformis

Flounder, intestine


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Lizard


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Skrjabinodon anolis

Lizard, intestine

4. Female

5. Male


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Crabs

Sally lightfoot Crab

Spider Crab

Coconut Crab


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Polymorphus sphaerocephalus

In crab

Cystacanths


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Crayfish=Crawfish


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Astacatrematula macrocotyle

Unknown host, cysts on crayfish


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Litobothrium gracile

Shark, spiral valve


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Snakes

Rattlesnake

Copperhead

King Cobra


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Raillietiella furocerca a Snake, lung


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Alligator


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Sebekia mississippiensis

From American alligator Alligator mississippiensis

1. Female, ventral view

2. Male, ventral view


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Rodents

Guinea Pig

Nutria

Chipmunk


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Nippostrongylus brasiliensis

Rodent, small intestine

Cuticular ridges form the pattern of the synlophe of the species


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Gopherus polyphemys

The gopher tortoise is an endangered. grazing animal native to the southeastern United States


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Chapinella chitwoodae

Gopher tortoise, intestine

Gopherus polyphemus


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Alligator Snapping Turtle


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Hapalorhynchusgracilis

From: Snapping Turtle Chelydra serpentina

1. Dorsal view

2. Female genital complex

3. Ventral view


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Auridistomum georgiensis

Snapping turtle, small intestine


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RED LEMUR


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Trematoda of Laboratory Primates

Echinostoma Reptiliotrema Fasciola Fasciolopsis

Haplorchis Metagonimus Phareropsolus Primatoma


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Trematoda of Laboratory Primates

1. Athesmia 2. Brodenia 3. Cocinnum 4. Controrchis 5. Dicroecoelium 6. Euretrema 7. Leipertrema 8. Platysomum

Ventral sucker

Holdfast

9. Neodiplostomum 10. Artyfechinostomum


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Trematoda of Laboratory Primates

Ogomocotyle Paragonimus Chiorchis

Gastrodicoides Watsonius Schistosoma


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Catfish


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Dorsal

Ventral

Lateral

Neoergasilus japonicum, Catfish, skin


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Smallmouth Bass


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Bolbogonotylus corkumi

From muscle of Smallmouth bass

metacercaria


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Rainbow Trout


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Triactinomyxon,waterborne spore Phylum Myxospora


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Bluespotted Stingray


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Echinocephalus janzeni

FromStingray spiral intestine


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Monogeneans and Digeneans of Amphibian and Reptiles