Spirorchis parrus (Stunkard)
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Spirorchis parrus (Stunkard) its life history and the development of its excretory system (Trematoda: Spirorchiidae) by Limas Dunlap Wall

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Published in [n.p .
Written in English


  • Spirorchis parvus,
  • Parasites -- Turtles.,
  • Excretory organs,
  • Cercariae

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Edition Notes

Statement[by] Limas Dunlap Wall ...
LC ClassificationsQL391.T7 W23
The Physical Object
Pagination221-260 p.
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL184664M
LC Control Numbera 43001082

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