There appear to be only three records of coccidia of the genus Ezmeria from North American Amphibia. Rankin (1937) reported Eimeria ranarum from Ambystoma opacum. Walton (personal communication) says that his record (1942) of Eimeria from Ambystoma is based upon a letter from Dr. Harold Kirby who stated that he had seen E. ranarum from A. opacum. Doran (1953) reported Eimeria grobbeni from Taricha torosa. The author, on several occasions, has noted the presence of coccidian oocysts in the rectal contents of salamanders. Four species of Eimeria have been recognized in material from Ambystoma tigrinum (Green) and will be described as new.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Saxe, L. H.
"Observations on Eimeria from Ambystoma tigrinum, with Descriptions of Four New Species,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 62(1), 663-673.
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