Schrankiana Strand, 1942,

González, Cynthya Elizabeth & Inés, Hamann Monika, 2015, Checklist of nematode parasites of amphibians from Argentina, Zootaxa 3980 (4), pp. 451-476: 454

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3980.4.1

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/AA7287CA-8917-0652-FF01-FF15FDB6C817

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Plazi

scientific name

Schrankiana Strand, 1942
status

 

Schrankiana Strand, 1942 

(= Schrankia Travassos, 1925  ; = Schranknema Travassos, 1949  )

Schrankiana chacoensis González and Hamann, 2014  .

Host and record: Leptodactylus bufonius Boulenger, 1894 ( Ch)  .

Site of infection: Large intestine.

Material deposited: MLP-He 6650 (H), 6651 (A), 6652, CECOAL 11101910 (P) References: González & Hamann (2014).

Life cycle: Nematodes of this family have been found in amphibians, reptiles, mammals and fishes; third-stage larvae autoinfect the host. Their transmission from host to host in the majority of species is not understood ( Anderson 2000). Langford et al. (2013) confirmed with experimental infections in lizards that Cyrtosomum penneri Gambino, 1957  is transferred only during host copulation.

Schrankiana schranki (Travassos, 1925) Strand, 1942 Host  and record: Leptodactylus latinasus Jiménez  de la Espada, 1875 (Co). Site of infection: Large intestine.

Material deposited: CECOAL 0 3023524.

References: Hamann et al. (2006 a).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Nematoda

Class

Secernentea

Order

Ascaridida

Family

Cosmocercidae

Loc

Schrankiana Strand, 1942

González, Cynthya Elizabeth & Inés, Hamann Monika 2015
2015
Loc

Schrankiana chacoensis González and Hamann, 2014

Gonzalez and Hamann 2014
2014