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Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Research Article
Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 7(3): 214-217
 
Figure 1

Anterior (A) and Posterior (B) extremity of male Rhabdochona denudata recovered from intestine of Cyprinion macrostomum,(100 X), (40 X) respectively. 

Figure 2

Anterior (A) and Posterior (B) extremity of male Rhabdochona tigridis recovered from intestine of Cyprinion macrostomum, (100 X) for each (A & B). 

Figure 3

Histograms representing the number of Rhabdochona spp. (adults and larvae), R. denudata (adults) and R. tigridis (adults) collected per Cyprinion macrostomum (n = 50) from North and Midwest regions of Iraq.