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Table 4 Occurrence of different species of Necator, Oesophagostomum, Trichuris and Ternidens according to the NHP sampled and the collection location

From: Soil-transmitted helminth infections in free-ranging non-human primates from Cameroon and Gabon

Parasite Locality NHP speciesa Necator type IIb Necator type IIIb O. stephanostomumb O. bifurcumb Oesophagostomum spp.b Trichuris spp.b Ternidens deminutusb
Djoum (CAM) Mandrill n = 3 3
OH15
Red-capped Mangabey n = 2 1
OH9,12
1
OH13
Somalomo (CAM) Chimpanzee n = 17 9
NH2, 1/2, 1/2/4
14
OH1,2,4,5
3
OH9,10,11
-
Gorilla n = 26 1
NH2/4
26
OH1,2,3,5,7,8
-
Red-capped Mangabey n = 1 1
OH13,14
Greater spot-nosed monkey n = 2 1 2
Mambélé (CAM) Chimpanzee n = 30 10
NH1,2,3,4
21
OH1,2,3,4,5
1
OH9
1 1
Gorilla n = 8 1
NH1/2
8
OH1,2,3
-
Agile Mangabey n = 2 1
NH1/2
2
OH1,3
-
Greater spot-nosed monkey n = 1 - - 1
Lobéké NP (CAM) Gorilla n = 4 3
NH1,1/2
1
OH1
1
Matakamangoye (GAB) Chimpanzee n = 108 49
NH1,2
1
NH5
90
OH1,2,3,4,5,6,16
Total   74 1 162 5 5 3 4
  1. an is the number of individuals (gorilla, chimpanzee) or samples (other NHP) from which exploitable sequences were obtained
  2. bNumbers indicate the number of high-quality partial sequences of the ITS2 region (138–273 bp) obtained. Haplotypes are shown where applicable