In the fall of 19l6 a large, live specimen of Black Snake, Zamenis constrictor (Linn.), was sent from Garrison-on-Hudsen, New York, to Miss G. Van Wagenen of the State University of Iowa. In December the snake was killed and dissected. At that time three different endoparasites were found which were classified according to the present inadequate and chaotic literature on these groups, as Porocephalus globicephalus Hett, a new Renifer und a larval Gigantorhynchus.
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Job., Thesle T.
"Some New Endoparasites of the Snake,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 24(1), 315-317.
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