Gastrointestinal Helminths of the Western Brush Lizard, Urosaurus graciosus graciosus (Phrynosomatidae)
Forty -one Urosaurus graciosus graciosus Hallowell, 1854, from Ne- vada and California were examined for helminths. Two lizards (5% prevalence) were infected with helminths. One female harbored one Oochoristica sp. and another female harbored one third stage Physaloptera sp. Physaloptera sp. is a new host record and is the first nematode recorded from Urosaurus graciosus. Helminth fauna of U. graciosus is compared to that of 22 lizard species from Riverside County, California.
Goldberg, Stephen R.; Bursey, Charles R.; and Tawill, Rana
"Gastrointestinal Helminths of the Western Brush Lizard, Urosaurus graciosus graciosus (Phrynosomatidae),"
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