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Claude Vaucher claude.vaucher at mhn.ville-ge.ch
Fri Nov 6 05:32:40 EST 1998


In article <71tki7$j9b$1 at news.campus.mci.net>, "nate"
<nbickford at appstate.campus.mci.net> wrote:

> To anyone that can help
> 
>             I am working on my masters thesis and I have collected
> trematodes, cestodes, and nematodes. I have been having trouble identifying
> some of these helminth parasites and I would appreciate any help that I can
> get. If anyone can help me or knows someone that can help please contact me.
> 
> 
> nbickford at appstate.campus.mci.net
> 
>                                                                    Thank you
>                                                                        Nate
> Bickford

Nate, 

I suggest you to post another message with some more informations about
the hosts of the helminths you have collected. Helminths live in
invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals including man...

Good luck,

Cl. Vaucher

-- 
Museum of Natural History
P.P. Box 6434
CH - 1221 Geneva 6
e-mail: claude.vaucher at mhn.ville-ge.ch



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