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New Species of Chandlerella Yorke and Maplestone, 1926, and Splendidofilaria Skrjabin, 1923, from Indian Birds, with a Discussion of Related Genera
The Journal of Parasitology
Vol. 48, No. 5 (Oct., 1962), pp. 707-714
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3275259
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The following new species of Onchocercidae, Splendidofilariinae, (Nematoda), are described from Indian birds: Chandlerella buckleyi from Leiopicus mahrattensis blanfordi, C. himalayansis from Cerchneis tinnunculus interstinctus, C. alii from Motacilla maderaspatensis; Splendidofilaria singhi from Motacilla maderaspatensis, S. alii from Leptocoma asiatica asiatica. Chandlerella stantchinskyi Gilbert, 1930 is recorded for the first time from India, and from a new host, Uroloncha striata striata. Keys are given to the species of the genera Chandlerella and Splendidofilaria.
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