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Fig. 3 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 3

From: A rare cardiopulmonary parasite of the European badger, Meles meles: first description of the larvae, ultrastructure, pathological changes and molecular identification of Angiostrongylus daskalovi Janchev & Genov 1988

Fig. 3

Light microscopy (a) and SEM photomicrographs (b) of the anterior extremity of A. daskalovi: The tooth and the cutting plate are clearly visible in the inset. Six labial papillae (black arrows) and six small protuberances (white arrows) are indicated. Abbreviations: ap, amphidial pore; CeP, four cephalic papillae; cp, cutting plate; cv, small cephalic vesicle; e, oesophagus; mo, mouth opening; t, tooth. Scale-bars: a, 500 μm; b, 10 μm; inset 5 μm

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