Abstract: Paramphistomum cervi (Zeder, 1790) is the first rumen fluke to be discovered, parazitising wild and domestic ruminants, a total of 13 species. Morphology of the fluke, histomorphology of its muscular organs, preparasitic and larval stages, intermediate hosts and the prepatent period as well as the numerous distributional data have been reviewed in full length.Journal: Miscellanea zoologica hungaricaJournal abbreviation: Miscnea zool. hung.ISSN: 0230-9017Publisher: Népművelési Propaganda Iroda, BudapestEditor(s): Murai, É.
Author(s): Sey, O.
Title: The morphology, life-cycle and geographical distribution of Paramphistomum cervi (Zeder, 1790) (Trematoda: Paramphistomata)
Publication date: 1982-05-15
, Forró, L., Pintér, L. & Nemes, I.