Uvitellina iraquensis Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013, Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013

Dronen, Norman O., Al-Kassar, Nothiala R., Ali, Atheer H., Abdulhameed, Mohanad F., Abdullah, Basim H. & Al-Mayah, Sabeeh H., 2017, Intraspecific variation in adult Uvitellina iraquensis Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013 (Cyclocoelidae: Haematotrephinae) from two collection sites of white-tailed lapwing, Vanellus leucurus (Lichtenstein) (Charadriiformes: Charadriidae), in Iraq, Zootaxa 4242 (1), pp. 1-33: 3

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4242.1.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/E422970D-FFFB-FFEE-BD8D-86A3FC66EA45

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scientific name

Uvitellina iraquensis Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013
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Uvitellina iraquensis Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013  

Host: white-tailed lapwing or plover, Vanellus leucurus (Lichtenstein)   ( Charadriidae   ).

Site of infection in hosts: air sacs.

Locality for site #1: Huwazah Marsh , north-eastern Basrah Province near the Majnoon area, southern Iraq (31° 10′ N 47° 39′ E). GoogleMaps  

Dates of collections at site #1: February –March, 2011 and October, 2011.

Prevalence for site #1: 42% (5 of 12) and 43% (3 of 7), respectively.

Mean intensity for site #1: 7.8 and 10.3, respectively.

Deposited specimens from site #1: NHMUK 2012. 7.

13.1; 2012.7.13.2-3; 2012.7.13.4-6; 2016.11.25.1-8.

Locality for site #2: Al-Hammar Marshes, Thi-Qar Province, southern, Iraq (30°48′ N 47°1′E). GoogleMaps  

Date of collections at site #2: July –November, 2012.

Prevalence for site #2: 18% (11 of 60).

Mean intensity for site #2: 2.9.

Deposited specimens from site #2: NHMUK 2016.11. 25. 9-23.