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The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man.

Photo 1. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man. A number of the molluscs listed in Table are figured here: Oncomelania nosophora (x3) (400); Thiara granifera (x 1.5) (2); Biomphalaria glahrata (x3) (3); Biom­phalaria sudanica (x 1.5) (4); Bulinus (Bulinus) senegalensis (x3) (5); Bulinus (Physopsis) globosus (x 1.5) (6); Segmentina sp. (x3) (7); Lymnaea truncatula (x3) (8).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infecions of man (Thiara granifera).

Photo 2. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Thiara granifera).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Biomphalaria glahrata).

Photo 3. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Biomphalaria glahrata).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Biom­phalaria sudanica).

Photo 4. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Biom­phalaria sudanica).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Bulinus senegalensis).

Photo 5. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Bulinus senegalensis).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Bulinus globosus).

Photo 6. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Bulinus globosus).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Segmentina sp).

Photo 7. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Segmentina sp.).

The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Lymnaea truncatula).

Photo 8. The snail intermediate hosts of trematode infections of man (Lymnaea truncatula).

Comparative sizes of flukes.

Photo 9. Comparative sizes of flukes. From left to right: first row - S. mansoni ♂ and ♀ ; second row - H. heterophyes; third row - O. felineus, C. sinensis, P. westermani; fourth row - F. hepatica and F. buski.

Snails and Other Molluscs of Medical Importance (class Gastropoda)

 


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