Helminthes in Amphibians from Pu Mat national park, Nghe An province

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  • Ha Duy Ngo
  • Do Duc Ngai
  • Nguyen Van Ha
  • Nguyen Van Duc

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v31n2.809

Abstract

168 Amphibians of 5 species (Rana ragulosa, Rana guentheri, Bufo melanostictus, Rana limnocharis and Polypedates mutus) from Pu Mat national park, Nghe An province were examined for Helminthes study.

The result indicated that the average infection rat of Helminthes was at 80.36%, among them Cetoda 17.86%, Trematoda 15.48%, Nematoda 69.05%) and Acanthocephalan 8.93%.

11 Helminthes species collected from these studied Amphibians were identified, 1 species (Pseudoacanthocephalus caucasius) of Acanthocephalan, 3 species (Cosmocerca omata, Oswaldocruzia hoeppli and Rhabdias bufonis) of Nematoda and 7 species (Brachycoelium salamandrae, Diplodiscus amphichrus, Ganeo glotoides, Glythelmins rugocaudata, Ninemandijia kashmirensis, Mesocoelium peasei and Pleurogenoides sphaericus) of Trematoda.

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Published

12-05-2012

How to Cite

Ngo, H. D., Ngai, D. D., Ha, N. V., & Duc, N. V. (2012). Helminthes in Amphibians from Pu Mat national park, Nghe An province. Academia Journal of Biology, 31(2), 16–19. https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v31n2.809

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