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Phyllocaulis variegatus Mollusca Veronicellidae, a new intermediate host for Brachylaima sp Digenea Brachylaimatidae


, : Phyllocaulis variegatus Mollusca Veronicellidae, a new intermediate host for Brachylaima sp Digenea Brachylaimatidae. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 90.5 (sep-oct): 621-622

During a search for the natural intermediate hosts of Angiostrongylus costaricensis in Brazil, terrestrial molluscs were collected nocturnally and diurnally from three localities near the dwellings of people reportedly suffering from abdominal angiostrongylosis: (1) Caicara (RS) (27.16S 53.26W), (2) Crissiumal (RS) (27.30S 54.07W) and (3) Uberlandia (MG) (18.56S 48.18W). The field work was performed in localities 1 and 2 during autumn and spring of 1991, and in locality 3 during spring and autumn of 1993 and 1994.

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