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

:// [3] Arrizabalaga, A., Montagud, E., Fons, R. (1993): Post-fire succession in small mammal communities in the Montserrat Massif (Catalonia, Spain). In: Trabaud L., Prodon R. (Eds) Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems. Ecosystems Research Report 5, Commission of the European Communities. Brussels, pp. 281–291 [4] Blondel, J., Aronson, J. (1999): Biology and Wildlife of the Mediterranean Region. Oxford University Press, Oxford [5] Boada, M. (1995): Montseny, focs de l’estiu de

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M. Santoro, J. A. Morales, F. Bolaáos, G. Chaves and M. De Stefano

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R. Antar and L. Gargouri

): Molecular evidence for the existence of species complexes within Macvicaria Gibson & Bray, 1982 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) in the western Mediterranean, with descriptions of two new species. Syst. Parasitol. , 91: 211 – 229. DOI: 10.1007/s11230-015-9577-9 B artoli , P. (1974): Recherches sur les Gymnophallidae F.N. Morozov, 1955 (Digenea), parasites d’oiseaux des côtes de Camargue : systématique, biologie et écologie [ Research on Gymnophallidae F.N. Morozov, 1955 (Digenea), parasites of birds of coasts of Camargue: systematic, biology and ecology ]. PhD thesis

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M. Lišková

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M. R. Werneck, L. Modolo Conti and B. Berger

182 individuals of C. caretta from six locations in the central western region of the Mediterranean Sea and found that E. megachondrus was the most frequent parasite, with prevalence rates ranging from 25.0 % to 96.3 % as well as mean intensity ranging from 3.0 to 131.4 (see table 2 by Santoro et al ., 2010 ). In the archipelago of Madeira, Valente et al . (2009) performed a parasitological analysis of 57 individuals of C. caretta (CCL range: 15.3 to 61.5 cm) and the presence of E. megachondrus was found in 24.6 % of the hosts, accounting for the

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M. Galdón, V. Roca, D. Barbosa and M. Carretero

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Majid Dashti, Mohammad Kafi, Hossein Tavakkoli and Mahdi Mirza

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M. Santoro, B. Degli Uberti, G. Galiero, F. Prisco, N. D’Alessio and V. Veneziano

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H. Palm, I. Damriyasa, Linda and I. Oka

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G. Sanna, A. Varcasia, S. Serra, F. Salis, R. Sanabria, A. P. Pipia, F. Dore and A. Scala

domestic ruminants of this area; therefore, a prevalence study can be used as a model for paramphistomosis in the Mediterranean area. Amphistome species in Sardinia were previously classified using standard morphological and histological methods, leading to the identification of P. cervi by Deiana et al . (1962) and later P. daubneyi and P. microbothrium by Sey and Arru (1977 ). It is well known that the identification of amphistome’s species can be quite difficult leading to a possible misclassification ( Horak, 1971 ; Mage et al ., 2002 ), but nowadays