Keys to the Trematoda will become the standard reference on the group for many years. Given the infrequency of appearance of such large works, this is likely to remain the definitive work for the first half of this century and to find a place on book-shelves all over the planet. Keys to the Trematoda will undoubtedly represent an indispensable source of basic information about the systematics of these helminths. Search for: Search.
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Keys to the Trematoda, Volume 1