Anoplocephalidae Cholodkovsky

Santos, Cláudia Portes & Gibson, David I., 2015, Checklist of the Helminth Parasites of South American Bats, Zootaxa 3937 (3), pp. 471-499: 477

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3937.3.3

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scientific name

Anoplocephalidae Cholodkovsky
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Family Anoplocephalidae Cholodkovsky  

Bats are generally infected with cestodes by the ingestion of larvae encysted in an intermediate host. In the case of anoplocephalids, this occurs via the ingestion of cysticercoid larvae encysted in oribatid mites.

1. Testes postero-lateral to ovary............................................................................ 2

- Testes pre- and postero-lateral to ovary................................................. Cycloskrjabinia Spasskii   Species: Cycloskrjabinia   sp.

2. Genital atrium with poorly developed musculature...................................... Mathevotaenia Akhumyan   Species: M. boliviana Sawada & Harada, 1986   ; M. immatura Rêgo, 1963  

- Genital atrium with well-developed radial musculature...................................... Atriotaenia Sandground   Species: A. hastati Vaucher, 1982   (a)