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Comparative Studies of the Lymphatic System of Four Species of Amphistomes

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This paper is part of an M. Sc. thesis submitted to the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. The topic was given by Dr. K. Rohde who supervised the work. I wish to express my thanks and gratitude to Dr. K. Rohde for his interest, advice and criticisms. I also wish to thank Mr. S. Prudhoe, British Museum (Natural History) for his help in identifying the material.

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Lowe, C.Y. Comparative Studies of the Lymphatic System of Four Species of Amphistomes. Z. F. Parasitenkunde 27, 169–204 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00264133

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