Volume 26, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645


(Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology) are dichotomous keys, based on well selected combinations of morphological and biological characteristics, and illustrated with line drawings of the main features referred to in the telegraphic descriptions. The host group and usual location in the host are given when feasible. The aim of the series is to provide medical, veterinary, and biologist workers in the field and the laboratory a means for easy identification of nematode worms, and to develop “… a classification which is not simply a series of pigeon-holes into which nematodes can be separated but which gives a real insight into their relationships and is, therefore, of value to the specialist.” Four numbers, the third of which is in three parts, have been published. At least 13 others are projected, some of which are in preparation.


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