Nineteen Brown Thrashers (seven adults, 12 immatures) were carefully examined for trematodes during the summer of 1968. Trematodes were recovered from ten hosts and include the following: Brachylaima sp. (intestine) ; Brachylecithum exochocotyle (gall bladder) ; Lutztrema microstomum (gall bladder) ; Lyperosomum oswaldoi (gall bladder and bile ducts) ; Tanaisia zarudnyi (ureter) ; Urogonimus certhiae (cloaca) ; and U. dryobatae (cloaca). All trematodes represent new locality records and all but B. exochocotyle and L. oswaldoi are new host records.
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Peet, Susan and Ulmer, Martin J.
"Trematode Parasites of the Brown Thrasher, Toxostoma rufum, from Dickinson County, lowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 77(1), 196-199.
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