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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

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Parastrongylus cantonensis in a Nonhuman Primate, Florida

Michael S. Duffy*Comments to Author , Christine L. Miller†, J. Michael Kinsella‡, and Alexander de Lahunta*
Author affiliations: *Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA; †Miami Metrozoo, Miami, Florida, USA; ‡HelmWest Laboratory, Missoula, Montana, USA

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Figure 2

Morphologic features of a male nematode recovered from the central nervous system of a gibbon (Hylobates lar). The characteristics used for specific identification of Parastrongylus cantonensis were the presence of a bursa (b), a gubernaculum (g), and the size of spicules (s).

Figure 2. Morphologic features of a male nematode recovered from the central nervous system of a gibbon (Hylobates lar). The characteristics used for specific identification of Parastrongylus cantonensis were the presence of a bursa (b), a gubernaculum (g), and the size of spicules (s).

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