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Juvenile specimens of an oligacanthorhynchid acanthocephalan were found encysted beneath the skin of Tonatia silvicola in Costa Rica. A list of bat-acanthocephalan associations is presented. Apart from Moniliformis, all acanthocephalans recorded from bats are oligacanthorhynchids. It is concluded...

Author(s)
Gibson, D. I.; McCarthy, T. J.
Citation
Helminthological Abstracts, Series A (Animal and Human Helminthology), 1987, 56, 5, pp 159-162