Lizard nematodes

Dr David I. Gibson D.Gibson at nhm.ac.uk
Tue Apr 25 08:15:19 EST 1995


"James F. Munro" <JMUNRO at museum.gla.ac.uk> wrote:
>
> I have a couple of nematodes given to me by a vet in Edinburgh, Scotland 
who deals with a lot of exotic pets. One appears to be a Strongyloides: 
taken from the stool of a Green Iguana. The other which is more interesting 
was found in the subcutaneous tissue of an "Emerald lizard." Is anyone 
working on this kind of thing?
> James Munro
> Zoology Museum
> University of Glasgow
> Scotland 

Suggest you contact Eileen Harris (eah at nhm.ac.uk), who deals with this type 
of enquiry on a regular basis.
David Gibson
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