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Acanthocephalus domerguei n.sp., a parasite of an amphibian in Madagascar


, : Acanthocephalus domerguei n.sp., a parasite of an amphibian in Madagascar. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 47(2): 305-308

Acanthocephalus domerguei n.sp. is described from the intestine of a tree-frog, Anodontohyla montana, in Madagascar.

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