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R. Aguilar-Aguilar, R. Rosas-Valdez, A. Martínez-Aquino, R. Pérez-rodríguez, O. Domínguez-Domínguez and G. Pérez-ponce de León

faunísticos de México III. Los Peces Dulceacuícolas Mexicanos. México, D. F., Mexico: Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 98 pp. [4] Espinosa-Huerta, E., García-Prieto, L., Pérez-Ponce De León, G. (1996): Helminth community structure of Chirostoma attenuatum (Osteichthyes: Atherinidae) in two Mexican lakes. Southwest. Nat., 41: 288–292 [5] Froese, R., Pauly, D. (2009): Campostoma ornatum and Codoma ornata. In: FishBase. Retrieved June 26, 2009 from http

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M. Maruszewska-Cheruiyot, K. Donskow-Łysoniewska and M. Doligalska

References A disakwattana , P., N uamtanong , S., K usolsuk , T., C hairoj , M., Y enchitsomanas , P.T., C haisri , U. (2013): Non-encapsulated Trichinella spp., T. papuae , diminishes severity of DSS-induced colitis in mice. Asian Pac. J. Allergy Immunol ., 31: 106 – 114. DOI: 10.12932/AP0238.31.2.2013 A llen , J.E., M aizels , R.M. (2011): Diversity and dialogue in immunity to helminths. Nat. Rev. Immunol ., 11: 375 – 388. DOI: 10.1038/nri2992 B arthlott , T., K assiotis , G., S tockinger , B. (2003): T cell regulation as a side effect of

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I. Torre, A. Arrizabalaga, C. Feliu and A. Ribas

[1] Abu-Madi, M. A., Behnke, J. M., Lewis, J. W., Gilbert, F. S. (2000): Seasonal and site specific variation in the component community structure of intestinal helminths in Apodemus sylvaticus from three contrasting habitats in south-east England. J. Helminthol., 74: 7–15. DOI: 10.1017/S0022149X00000020 [2] Adler, G. H., Mangan, S. A., Suntsov, V. (1999): Richness, abundance, and habitat relations of rodents in the Lang Bian mountains of southern Viet Nam. J. Mammal., 80: 891–898. DOI: 10.2307/1383257 http

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S. Bırlık, H. S. Yildirimhan, N. Sümer, Y. Kumlutaş, Ç. Ilgaz, S. H. Durmuş, Ö. Güçlü and K. Candan

Introduction Turkey is situated in junction point of fauna unit from several different origins and has 157 amphibia and reptilia species with as rich as continental Europe ( Baran & Atatür, 1998 ; Baran et al ., 2012 ). However, the literature dealing with the parasitic fauna of the Turkey still contains little information on helminths of lizards. Reptiles are commonly infected by a wide range of parasites, serving either as their definitive or intermediate hosts (Azhar, 2010). However, despite the great diversity of the Lacertidae lizards relatively few

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V. Kornyushin, E. (Varodi) and A. Malega

References Abuladze K. I. Taeniata — the Tapeworms of Animals and Humans and Diseases caused by them / Foundations of Cestodology. — Moscow : Nauka, 1964. — Vol. 4. — 530 p. — Russian : Абуладзе К. И. Тениаты ленточные гельминты животных и человека и вызываемые ими заболевания. Kadenatcii A. I. The Helminth fauna of the Crimea's Mammals and the experience of rehabilitation of domestic and wild animals hygienics from basic helminthoses. — Omsk, 1957. — 157 p. — Russian : Каденации А. Н. Гельминтофауна

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S. Birlik, H. S. Yildirimhan, N. Sümer, Ç. Ilgaz, Kumlutaş, Ö. Güçlü and S. H. Durmuş

References ANDERSON, S.C. (1999): The Lizards of Iran, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Oxford, Ohio AHO, J.M. (1990): Helminth communities of amphibians and reptiles: comparative approaches to understanding patterns and processes. In: ESCH, G., BUSH, A., AHO, J. (Eds) Parasite communities: patterns and processes. London, UK: Chapman and Hall, pp. 157 - 195 BAKER, M.R. (1987): Synopsis of the Nematoda Parasitic in Amphibians and Reptiles. Occasional Papers in Biology. Volume 11. St. John

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T. Kuzmina, V. Kharchenko and A. Malega

References Ambrosi M., Manfredi M. T., Lanfranchi P. Pattern of abomasal helminths in fallow deer farming in Umbria (central Italy) // Vet. Parasitol. — 1993. — 47, N 1-2. — P. 81-86. Anisimova E. I., Penkevich V. A., Subbotin A. M., Kekshyna A. M. Fauna of helminthes of game ungulates at the Polessky region of Belorus // Proceedings of the IV International conferences "Scientific area of Europe- 2008". Vol. 21: Biology, physical training and sport. — Sofia: "BialGRAD-BG" OOD, 2008. — P. 41

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S. Düşen and H. Yaka

Sürüngenleri. TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) Press, 204 pp. (In Turkish) [4] Bertman, M., Okulewicz, A. (1987): Lizards (Anguis fragilis L.) and snakes (Natrix natrix (L.)) as new hosts of Oswaldocruzia filiformis (Goeze, 1782) Travassos 1917 (Nematoda). Wiadomosci Parazytol., 33(2): 209–212 (In Polish) [5] Biserkov, V., Kostadinova, A. (1998): Intestinal helminth communities in the green lizard, Lacerta viridis, from Bulgaria. J. Helminthol., 72(3): 267–271. DOI: 10.1017/S0022149X

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Petar T. Iliev, Georgi Zh. Georgiev, Zvezdelina T. Kirkova and Borislava G. Chakarova

REFERENCES 1. Kataranovski, D., Kataranovski, M., Deljanin, I. (2010). Helminth fauna of Rattus norvegicus Berkenhout, 1769 from the Belgrade area, Serbia. Arch Biol Sci Belgrade. 62 (4): 1091-1099. https://doi.org/10.2298/ABS1004091K 2. Claveria, F.G., Causapin, J., Guzman, M.A., Toledo, M.G., Salibay, C. (2005). Parasite biodiversity in Rattus spp. caught in wet markets. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 36 (4): 146-148. PMid:16438200 3. Davoust, B., Boni, M., Branquet, D., Lahitte, J., Martet, G. (1997). Research on three parasitic

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S. Düşen, İ. Uğurtaş, A. Aydoğdu and M. Oğuz

, P., Chochev, B. (1975): To the Question about Helminthofauna of Amphibious Eucaudate (Amphibia-Eucaudata) of Velingrad’s District. Universite de Plovdiv “P Hilendarski”, Travaux Scientifiques, Biologie, 13(4): 53–64 (In Bulgarian, with English Abstract) [7] Düşen, S. (2003): The Helminth Fauna of Tailless Frog Species (Ordo: Anura) Distributed in Antalya. Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey. 116 pp. PhD thesis (in Turkish with English Abstract) [8] Düşen, S. (2007): Helminths of the two mountain frogs, Banded