Multicotyle purvisi Dawes, 1941

Alves, Philippe V., Vieira, Fabiano M., Santos, Cláudia P., Scholz, Tomáš & Luque, José L., 2015, A Checklist of the Aspidogastrea (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda) of the World, Zootaxa 3918 (3), pp. 339-396: 355

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scientific name

Multicotyle purvisi Dawes, 1941
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Multicotyle purvisi Dawes, 1941 

Cuora amboinensis  (Reptilia); freshwater; duodenum, intestine, stomach; ORIAbout ORI; Malaysia (Asia) ( Rohde

1968 a, 1968 b, 1968 c; Watson & Rohde 1995).

Remark: Rohde (1968 c) experimentally infected the molluscs Angulyagra polyzonata  , Bithynia (Digoniostoma) siamensis  , Pila  sp., Filopaludina martensis  . Pila  sp. is, in fact, Pila scutata  for Rohde (1994).

Siebenrockiella crassicollis  (Reptilia); freshwater; duodenum, intestine, stomach; PAL and ORIAbout ORI; China, Malaysia (Asia) ( Dawes 1941; Skryabin 1952; Dollfus 1958 b; Rohde 1968 a, b, c; Yamaguti 1963; Rohde 1971, 1990; Watson & Rohde 1991; Littlewood et al. 1998, 1999a; Littlewood et al. 1999 b; Litvaitis & Rohde 1999; Olson et al. 2003; Murray et al. 2004).

Remark: Type host; sequences of 18 S and partial 28 S in the GenBank database AJ 228785 ( Littlewood et al. 1998); AJ 243684 ( Littlewood et al. 1999 b); AF 023115 ( Litvaitis & Rohde 1999); AY 222166 (Olson et al. 2003). Rohde (1966), Rohde (1982), Rohde & Watson (1990 a, b, c, 1991 b) did not mention the hosts of M. purvisi  , but the natural hosts for it are S. crassicollis  and C. amboinensis  .

ORI

Ocean Research Institute