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Congo bibliography: Platyhelminthes and Nematoda

  1. Akouala, J., P. Ngouono, P. Otilibili, E. Simonkovitch, J. Malonga, and F. Samba. Bulinus (B.) forskalii, nouvel hote intermediaire de Schistosoma haematobium au Congo?: Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 39(2) 1988: 149-150.
  2. Akouala, J., P. Ngouono, P. Otilibili, E. Simonkovitch, J. Malonga, F. Samba, and J. P. Gouteux. Etude d'un nouveaux foyer de schistosomiase urinaire dans la region du Pool (Republique Populaire du Congo): Medecine Tropicale 48(3) 1988: 215-219, Illustr.
  3. Andrassy, I. The genera and species of the family Tylenchidae Orley, 1880 (Nematoda). The genus Malenchus Andrassy, 1968: Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 27(1-2) 1981: 1-47, Illustr.
  4. . The genus Mesodorylaimus Andrassy, 1959 and its relatives (Nematoda: Dorylaimidae): Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 32(3-4) 1986: 207-261, Illustr.
  5. . Six new species of the suborder Rhabditina (Nematoda): Revue De Nematologie 5(1) 1982: 39-50, Illustr.
  6. . The superfamily Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda) - a review. Families Thorniidae and Thornenematidae: Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 33(3-4) 1987: 277-315, Illustr.
  7. . Three new species of Mononchoidea (Nematoda) from the Southern Hemisphere: Opuscula Zoologica (Budapest) 21 1985: 23-30, Illustr.
  8. Anon. Menschen infizieren Gorillas: Kosmos (Stuttgart) 82(12) 1986: 36-37, Illustr.
  9. Bain, O., J. van der Lugt, and L. Kazadi. Stephanofilaria boomkeri n. sp., as a cause of severe skin disease in pigs in Zaire: Parasite 3(4), Decembre 1996: 377-381, Illustr.
  10. Baird, J. K, R. Neafie C, L. Lanoie, and D. Connor H. Abdominal angiostrongylosis in an African man: case study: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 37(2) 1987: 353-356, Illustr.
  11. Baluku, B., and M. Loreau. Etude comparative de la dynamique des populations de Biomphalaria pfeifferi (Gastropoda, Planorbidae) dans deux cours d'eau du Zaire oriental: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 103(3) 1989: 311-325, Illustr.
  12. Bantwanga, B. Contribution a l'etude de l'infestation par Onchocerca volvulus (Leuckart, 1893) du complexe Simulium damnosum de la region de Bunyakiri-Walikale (Kivu, Zaire): Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 63(2) 1983: 159-165, Illustr.
  13. Baujard, Pierre, Michel Luc, and Georges Reversat. 1998. Description of Xiphinema Souchaudi N. Sp. And Observations on X-Yapoense Luc, 1958 and X-Algeriense Luc & Kostadinov, 1982 (Nematoda : Longidoridae). Fundamental and Applied Nematology 21, no. 6: 637-44.
    Abstract: Xiphinema souchaudi n. sp. is described from Eucalyptus plantations in Congo (Brazzaville) and from secondary cultures on Vigna radiata. The new species is close to X. imitator and to X. yapoense Luc, 1958. A third population of X. yapoense is described. Like the two previously recorded populations of this species, it came from a virgin forest in Ivory Coast. The present sample included all four juvenile stages. A small population of X. algeriense Luc & Kostadinov, 1982, from Senegal, was also studied; it included only one female but also the complete series of juveniles stages, which made it possible to complete the original description. (C) Orstom/Elsevier, Paris.
  14. Boomker, J., and F. Puylaert. Eight new Afrotropical Spinitectus spp. (Nematoda: Cystidicolidae) from freshwater fishes with a key to the members of the genus in the region: Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 61(2), June 1994: 127-142, Illustr.
  15. Brooks, D. R, and R. Overstreet M. The family Liolopidae (Digenea) including a new genus and two new species from crocodilians: International Journal for Parasitology 8(4) 1978: 267-273, Illustr.
  16. Buck, A. A, R. Anderson I, and A. MacRae A. Epidemiology of poly-parasitism. 1. Occurrence, frequency and distribution of multiple infections in rural communities in Chad, Peru, Afghanistan, and Zaire: Tropenmedizin Und Parasitologie 29(1) 1978: 61-70, Illustr.
  17. Cabaret, J., C. Bayssade-Dufour, G. Tami, and J. L. Albaret. 1999. Identification of African Paragonimidae by Multivariate Analysis of the Eggs. Acta Tropica 72, no. 1: 79-89.
    Abstract: A study of metacercariae and adult Paragonimidae revealed the existence in West-Africa of four species, of which two are largely recorded in literature (Paragonimus africanus and Paragonimus uterobilateralis), one was suspected (Paragonimus, westermani-like) and one remained unrecorded in Africa (Euparagonimus sp). Among the two last ones, P. westermani-like was probably confused with P. africanus, and Euparagonimus sp. with P. uterobilateralis. P. westermani-like adult worms differed from P. africanus by the morphology of ovary, testes and the size of the metraterm eggs. Euparagonimus could be identified by a short excretory bladder in metacercariae. The discriminant functions established on eggs measurements (average, maximum and minimum length, average, maximum and minimum width) were able to separate the isolates into four groups. The largest eggs (97 x 59 mu m) belonged to P. westermani-like, the medium sized eggs were ascribed to P. africanus (91 x 49 mu m) and to Euparagonimus sp. (84 x 50 mu m), and the smaller eggs (69 x 42 mu m) were identified as P. uterobilateralis. Three Paragonimidae were identified in Cameroon: P. westermani-like, P. africanus and Euparagonimus sp. Additionally, P. uterobilateralis, P. westermani-like, and Euparagonimus sp. were found in the Congo, Gabon, and the Ivory Coast, respectively. (C) 1999 Published by Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
  18. Cabaret, J., and C. Chartier. Muellerius capillaris in north-east Zaire: prevalence in sheep and goats and determination of intermediate hosts: Journal of Helminthology 63(4) 1989: 298-301, Illustr.
  19. Carme, B., G. Kaya Gandziami, and D. Pintart. Localisation dans la chambre anterieure de l'oeil de la filaire Loa loa. A propos d'une observation: Acta Tropica 41(3) 1984: 265-269, Illustr.
  20. Carme, B., and A. Yebakima. Situation epidemiologique de l'onchocercose au Congo: Annales De La Societe Belge De Medecine Tropicale 70(3) 1990: 181-191, Illustr.
  21. Chartier, C. Developpement et survie d'Haemonchus contortus d'origine ovine sur parcelle a Bunia (Iturie, Zaire): Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 44(2) 1991[1992]: 169-174, Illustr.
  22. . Les dominantes du parasitisme helminthique chez les bovins en Ituri (Haut-Zaire). 1. La faune helminthique: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 43(1) 1990: 75-84, Illustr.
  23. Chartier, C., M. Bushu, T. Kristensen K, S. Nzeymana, M. Lubingo, and J. Cabaret. Inventaire des mollusques d'eau douce en Ituri (Haut-Zaire). Consequences sanitaires poul l'homme et le betail (1): Revue D'hydrobiologie Tropicale 25(3) 1992(1993): 189-196, Illustr.
  24. Chartier, C., M. Bushu, L. Ngendahayo D, and C. Bayssade Dufour. Bulinus africanus from Ituri (north-east Zaire) as a host for Schistosoma bovis: Annales De La Societe Belge De Medecine Tropicale 70(2) 1990: 159-161, Illustr.
  25. Chartier, C., J. Cabaret, M. Bushu, and T. Kristensen K. Environmental and geographical distribution in north-east Zaire of intermediate hosts of bovine fascioliasis (Lymnaea natalensis) and schistosomiasis (Bulinus africanus): Journal of Molluscan Studies 59(1), February 1993: 117-119, Illustr.
  26. Cianchi, R., M. Karam, M. Henry C, F. Villani, S. Kumlien, and L. Bullini. Preliminary data on the genetic differentiation of Onchocerca volvulus in Africa (Nematoda: Filarioidea): Acta Tropica 42(4) 1985: 341-351, Illustr.
  27. Colaert, J., J. Vandepitte, and B. Lokombe. Identification des Ancylostomatidae dans la population de Kinshasa, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 58(4) 1978: 315-320, Illustr.
  28. de Vries, E. J. A synopsis of the nominal species of the subgenus Dugesia (Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Paludicola) from Africa and Madagascar: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 92(4) 1988: 345-383, Illustr.
  29. Deelder, A. M, N. de Jonge, O. Boerman C, Y. Fillie E, G. Hilberath W, J. Rotmans P, M. Gerritse J, and D. Schut W O L. Sensitive determination of circulating anodic antigen in Schistosoma mansoni infected individuals by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay using monoclonal antibodies: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 40(3) 1989: 268-272, Illustr.
  30. Dollfus, Robert Ph. F. 1950. Trématodes récoltés au Congo belge par le Professeur Paul Brien, mai-ao ut 1937. Annales Du Musée Du Congo Belge : C. Zoologie ; Ser. 5, V. 1, Fasc. 1. Tervuren: Musée du Congo belge.
  31. Dollfus, Robert Philippe F. 1964. Nématodes de myriapodes du Congo belge. Mémoires Du Muséum National D'Histoire Naturelle, nouv. sér., t. 32, fasc. 2. Paris: Editions du Muséum.
  32. Dronen, Norman O., Steven R. Simcik, Jerroid J. Scharninghausen, and Richard M. Pitts. 1999. Thysanotaenia Congolensis N. Sp. (Cestoda : Anoplocephalidae) in the Lesser Savanna Cane Rat, Thryonomys Gregorianus From Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. Journal of Parasitology 85, no. 1: 90-92.
    Abstract: Ten (100%) lesser savanna cane rats, Thryonomys gregorianus, collected from the Lake Kivv area of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa were found to be infected with an undescribed anoplocephalid tapeworm, Thysanotaenia congolensis n. sp. Like other species of Thysanotaenia, T. congolensis n. sp. has the ovary and vitellarium centrally located, and the egg capsules and testes are intervascular. The new species differs from the 2 existing species, Thysanotaenia lemuris in lemurs and Thysanotaenia cubensis in humans, in being smaller (34-50 mm long) and in having a smaller scolex (260-410 mu m in diameter), a shorter cirrus sac (115 mu m long), and smaller eggs (40 mu m in diameter). Anastomoses of the excretory system and formation of egg capsules in the new species are also described.
  33. Dubois, G. On the status of some Strigeata La Rue, 1926 (Trematoda). VII: Du statut de quelques Strigeata La Rue, 1962 (Trematoda). VII. 35-46.
  34. Dujardin, J. P, A. Fain, and K. Maertens. Enquete sur les filarioses humaines dans la region de Bwamanda au nord-ouest du Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 62(4) 1982: 315-342, Illustr.
  35. Eduardo, S. L. 1980. A new genus, Leiperocotyle, for Cotylophoron okapi Leiper, 1935 and C. congolense Baer, 1936 and redescription of C. okapi. Systematic Parasitology 1, no. (3-4): 255-63.
  36. Eduardo, S. L. The taxonomy of the family Paramphistomidae Fischoeder, 1901 with special reference to the morphology of species occurring in ruminants. 7. Redescription of Leiperocotyle congolense (Baer, 1936) Eduardo, 1980 and a new name Leiperocotyle gretillati for Ceylonocotyle scoliocoelium var. benoiti Gretillat, 1966: Systematic Parasitology 7(3) 1985: 231-238, Illustr.
  37. Eilenberger, U. Individual, group specific and ecological influence factors on the status of endoparasites of wild eastern lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla graueri) in Zaire: Primate Report 47, Jan 1997(1996): 89-93, Illustr.
  38. Elsen, P., and C. Ancona. Note sur l'onchocercose dans les environs de Kasongo (Zaire) et description des larves de son vecteur: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 61(3) 1981: 393-397, Illustr.
  39. Ezzat, M. A, and G Tadros. 1958. Contribution to the helminth fauna of Belgian Congo birds. Annales Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge, d. 69. Tervuren: Musée Royal du Congo Belge.
  40. Fain, A., M. Wery, and J. Tilkin. Simulium albivirgulatum Wanson et Henrard, 1944, vecteur d'Onchocerca volvulus dans la region de la Cuvette Centrale, au Zaire. Note preliminaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 60(3) 1980: 285-289.
  41. . Transmission d'Onchocerca volvulus par Simulium albivirgulatum dans le foyer d'onchocercose de la Cuvette centrale, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 61(2) 1981: 307-309.
  42. Fossey, D. Gorillas in the mist: Hodder and Stoughton, London, Sydney Etc. 1983: I-Xxiv, 1-326, Illustr.
  43. Fournier, A., J. Pages R, R. Touassem, and A. Mouahid. Can tegumental morphology be used as a taxonomic criterion between Schistosoma haematobium, S. intercalatum, and S. bovis?: Parasitology Research 75(5) 1989: 375-380, Illustr.
  44. Frandsen, F. Further studies on the compatibility between S. intercalatum from Cameroun and Zaire and species of Bulinus: Zeitschrift Fuer Parasitenkunde 58(2) 1979: 161-167, Illustr.
  45. . Hybridization between different strains of Schistosoma intercalatum Fisher, 1934 from Cameroun and Zaire: Journal of Helminthology 52(1) 1978: 11-22, Illustr.
  46. . Studies of the relationship between Schistosoma and their intermediate hosts. 3. The genus Biomphalaria and Schistosoma mansoni from Egypt, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, West Indies (St Lucia) and Zaire (two different strains: Katanga and Kinshasa): Journal of Helminthology 53(4) 1979: 321-348, Illustr.
  47. . Studies of the relationships between Schistosoma and their intermediate hosts. 2. The genus Bulinus and Schistosoma haematobium from Sudan, Zaire and Zambia: Journal of Helminthology 53(3) 1979: 205-212, Illustr.
  48. Frandsen, F., T. Bennike, and C. Cridland C. Studies on Schistosoma intercalatum Fisher, 1934 and its intermediate snail host in the Kisangani area, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 58(1) 1978: 21-31, Illustr.
  49. Goodman, J. D. Amblosoma reelfooti n. sp. (Trematoda: Brachylaimata Thapariellidae) from Viviparus intertextus in Tennessee and Thapariella prudhoei n. sp. from Lanistes sp. in Zaire: Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 109(3) 1990: 319-324, Illustr.
  50. Graber, M. Parasites internes des vertebres domestiques et sauvages, autres que les primates de la Republique Populaire du Congo (d'apres la collection Cassard-Chambron, 1956-1960). Role pathogene - prophylaxie: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 34(2) 1981: 155-167.
  51. . Raillietina (Raillietina) gevreyi, n. sp. (Davaineidae, Davaineinae), parasite de Tyto alba affinis Blyth, en Republique Populaire du Congo: Bulletin De L'institut Fondamental D'afrique Noire Serie a Sciences Naturelles 42(4) 1980[1984]: 702-708, Illustr.
  52. Graber, M., and J. Gevrey. Parasites internes des Primates de la Republique Democratique du Congo (d'apres la collection Cassard-Chambron 1956-1960). Role pathogene-diagnostic prophylaxie: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 34(1) 1981: 27-41.
  53. Graber, M., and M. Turpin. Agriostomum vryburgi Railliet, 1902, parasite nouveau des bovides domestiques de la Republique Populaire du Congo: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 29(1) 1976: 23-30.
  54. Gryseels, B., and N. Ngimbi P. Further observations on the urban Schistosoma mansoni focus in Kinshasa, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 63(4) 1983: 341-346, Illustr.
  55. Gryseels, B., A. Polderman M, and P. Gigase L. A note on the prevalence of Schistosoma haematobium and S. mansoni in Kindu and Kasongo, Kivu area, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 60(3) 1980: 313-316, Illustr.
  56. Guyatt, H. L, T. Smith, B. Gryseels, C. Lengeler, H. Mshinda, S. Siziya, B. Salanave, N. Mohome, J. Makwala, K. Ngimbi P, and M. Tanner. Aggregation in schistosomiasis: comparison of the relationships between prevalence and intensity in different endemic areas: Parasitology 109(1), July 1994: 45-55, Illustr.
  57. Hasegawa, H., Takayoshi Kano, and M. Mulavwa. A parasitological survey on the feces of pygmy chimpanzees, Pan paniscus, at Wamba, Zaire: Primates 24(3) 1983: 419-423, Illustr.
  58. Hastings, B. E, L. Gibbons M, and J. Williams E. Parasites of free-ranging mountain gorillas: survey and epidemiological factors: American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings 1992 1992: 301-302, Illustr.
  59. Henry, M. C, P. Janssens G, and M. de Boeck. Observations recentes sur la transmission de l'onchocercose a Kinsuka, Kinshasa, Zaire: Annales Des Societes Belges De Medecine Tropicale De Parasitologie Et De Mycologie 64(3) 1984: 267-281, Illustr.
  60. Henry, M. C, and S. Meredith E O. The onchocerciasis focus at Kinsuka/Kinshasa (Republic of Zaire) in 1985. 1. Entomological aspect: Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 84(4) 1990: 369-379, Illustr.
  61. Hugot, J. P. Redescription of Enterobius anthropopitheci (Gedoelst, 1916) (Nematoda, Oxyurida), a parasite of chimpanzees: Systematic Parasitology 26(3), November 1993: 201-207, Illustr.
  62. Hugot, J. P. Sur le genre Enterobius (Oxyuridae, Nematoda): s.g. Colobenterobius 1. Parasites de Primates Colobinae en region ethiopienne: Bulletin Du Museum National D'histoire Naturelle Section a Zoologie Biologie Et Ecologie Animales 9(2) 1987: 341-352, Illustr.
  63. Hugot, J. P, and B. Brochier. Etude morphologique de Syphatineria pearsi (Baylis, 1928) (Oxyuridae, Nematoda): Systematic Parasitology 11(1) 1988: 39-47, Illustr.
  64. Jackson, J. A, and R. Tinsley C. Representatives of Batrachocamallanus n. g. (Nematoda: Procamallaninae) from Xenopus spp. (Anura: Pipidae): geographical distribution, host range and evolutionary relationships: Systematic Parasitology 31(3), July 1995: 159-188, Illustr.
  65. Jackson, J. A., and R. C. Tinsley. 1998. Reproductive Interference in Concurrent Infections of Two Protopolystoma Species (Monogenea : Polystomatidae). International Journal for Parasitology 28, no. 8: 1201-4.
    Abstract: The prevention of interspecific reproductive interference is one possible explanation for spatial niche, divergence between congeneric monogeneans. However, there is little direct evidence that reproductive interactions with other species are potentially deleterious to the majority of parasitic platyhelminths. Xenopus fraseri-like clawed toads from lowland rainforest in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are infected by:two species of polystomatid monogenean, Protopolystoma fissilis and Protopolystoma ramulosus. Both occur as adults in the host urinary bladder, and exhibit identical copulatory structures and similar body sizes. The small area of the habitat in relation to parasite body size makes close proximity inevitable in concurrent infections. Eggs were collected: from five naturally infected hosts: two of these harboured concurrent infections, and three were infected with P. fissilis only. Eggs from concurrent infections showed reduced viability (57.6% embryonation, n = 413) compared with those from P. fissilis-only infections (85.2%, n = 439). This effect may be due to some form of reproductive interference, possibly failure to develop following interspecific cross-fertilisation. (C) 1998 Australian Society for Parasitology. Published by Elsevier Science Ltd.
  66. Justine, J. L. Capillaria brochieri n. sp. (Nematoda: Capillariinae) parasite intestinal du chimpanze Pan paniscus au Zaire: Annales De Parasitologie Humaine Et Comparee 63(6) 1988: 420-438, Illustr.
  67. Kabunda, M. Y, and C. Sommerville. Parasitic worms causing the rejection of tilapia (Oreochromis species) in Zaire: British Veterinary Journal 140(3) 1984: 263-268, Illustr.
  68. Laha, S., and S. Bhattacharya. Occurrence of root-knot nematode in Congo jute: Science and Culture 50(1) 1984: 330-331, Illustr.
  69. Luc, Michel, August Coomans, Pieter A A Loof, and Pierre Baujard. The Xiphinema americanum-group (Nematoda: Longidoridae). 2. Observations on Xiphinema brevicollum Lordello & da Costa, 1961 and comments on the group: Fundamental and Applied Nematology 21(5), September-October, 1998: 475-490, Illustr.
  70. Lue, M., and G. de Guiran. Les nematodes associes aux plantes de l'ouest-africain. Liste preliminaire. Agron. Trop. Nogent XV, no. 4: p. 434-49.
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  73. Malaisse, F., J. Wagendorp, and W. Willems. Dynamique des populations de Bellamya capillata, Lymnaea natalensis, Biomphalaria pfeifferi et Bulinus globosus (Mollusques) dans le lac de retenue de la Lubumbashi (Shaba, Zaire): Geo-Eco-Trop 5(1) 1981: 29-44, Illustr.
  74. Malekani, M., V. Kumar, and V. Pandey S. Hepatic capillariasis in edible Cricetomys spp. (Rodentia: Cricetidae) in Zaire and its possible public health implications: Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 88(5), October 1994: 569-572, Illustr.
  75. Marcus, Ernesto. 1955. Turbellaria. Exploration Du Parc National De La Garamba. Mission H. De Saeger, fasc. 3. Bruxelles: impr. Hayez.
  76. Moravec, F. Review of capillariid nematodes (Capillariinae) parasitic in amphibians and reptiles. Part 3. Genus Paracapillaria: Vestnik Ceskoslovenske Spolecnosti Zoologicke 50(4) 1986: 273-289, Illustr.
  77. Mott, K. E, R. Baltes, J. Bambagha, and B. Baldassini. Field studies of a reusable polyamide filter for detection of Schistosoma haematobium eggs by urine filtration: Tropenmedizin Und Parasitologie 33(4) 1982: 227-228, Illustr.
  78. N'gaporo, A., and J. Coulm. La bilharziose intestinale en Republique populaire du Congo. Considerations epidemiologiques a partir des cas declares entre 1952 et 1976: Medecine Tropicale 38(5) 1978: 537-546, Illustr.
  79. Ngendahayo, L. D, C. Bayssade Dufour, J. Albaret L, F. Frandsen, and A. Chabaud G. Morphologie des teguments de Schistosoma intercalatum; comparison de trois souches provenant du Cameroun, du Zaire et du Gabon: Annales De Parasitologie Humaine Et Comparee 62(3) 1987: 235-240, Illustr.
  80. Noireau, F., and J. Gouteux P. Current considerations on a Loa loa Simian Reservoir in the Congo: Acta Tropica 46(1) 1989: 69-70.
  81. Noireau, F., A. Nzoulani, D. Sinda, and P. Caubere. Chrysops silacea and C. dimidiata seasonality and loiasis prevalence in the Chaillu Mountains, Congo: Medical and Veterinary Entomology 5(4) 1991: 413-419, Illustr.
  82. Noireau, F., A. Nzoulani, D. Sinda, and A. Itoua. Chrysops silacea and C. dimidiata: fly densities and infection rates with Loa loa in the Chaillu Mountains, Congo Republic: Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 84(1) 1990: 153-155, Illustr.
  83. . Transmission indices of Loa loa in the Chaillu Mountains, Congo: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 43(3) 1990: 282-288, Illustr.
  84. Pages, J. R, and A. Theron. Schistosoma intercalatum from Cameroon and Zaire: chronobiological differentiation of cercarial emergence: Journal of Parasitology 76(5) 1990: 743-745, Illustr.
  85. . Schistosoma intercalatum: variations morphologiques et biometriques des oeufs en relation avec la localisation chez l'hote definitif et l'origine geographique du parasite (Cameroun et Zaire): Annales De Parasitologie Humaine Et Comparee 64(3) 1989: 208-216, Illustr.
  86. Pampiglione, S., E. Najera, M. Ricciardi L, and L. Junginger. Parasitological survey on pygmies in central Africa. 3. Bambuti group (Zaire): Rivista Di Parassitologia 40(3) 1979[1980]: 187-234, Illustr.
  87. Pandey, V. S. Observations on gastro-intestinal helminths of zoo animals in Lubumbashi, Zaire - a coprological survey: Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 26(4) 1978: 360, Illustr.
  88. Pandey, V. S, and Z. Mbemba Z. Bovine cysticercosis in the Republic of Zaire: Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 24(3) 1976: 321-324, Illustr.
  89. Pandey, V. S, and A. Verhulst. Parasitic diseases of animals in the Republic of Zaire: Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 24(3) 1976: 307-313, Illustr.
  90. Pariselle, Antoine, and Louis Euzet. Cichlidogyrus Paperna, 1960 (Monogenea, Ancyrocephalidae): gill parasites from West African Cichlidae of the subgenus Coptodon Regan, 1920 (Pisces), with descriptions of six new species: Systematic Parasitology 34(2), June 1996: 109-124, Illustr.
  91. . Scutogyrus gen. n. (Monogenea: Ancyrocephalidae) for Cichlidogyrus longicornis minus Dossou, 1982, C. l. longicornis, and C. l. gravivaginus Paperna and Thurston, 1969, with description of three new species parasitic on African cichlids: Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 62(2), July, 1995: 157-173, Illustr.
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