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pp. 291–358 in Diseases of the Reptilia, vol. 1, Cooper, J. E. & Jackson, O. F. (ed. New record of Purbeck fossil insects. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural Historical and Archaeological Society 116: 145–150. Academic Press, London. Adler, P. H. & McCreadie, J. W. 2002. Black flies (Simuliidae). pp. 185–202 in Medical and Veterinary Entomology, Mullen, G. & Durden, L. Academic Press, San Diego, C. 05. Crosskey, R. 1990. Late Jurassic Brachycera from Northeastern China (Insects: Diptera). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 23: 65–83. Mostovski, M. Jarzembowski, E. A. & Coram, R. 2003.

Toxoplasma gondii, an obligate intracellular protozoan parasite, is responsible for one of the most common zoonotic parasitic diseases in almost all warm-blooded vertebrates worldwide, and it is estimated that about one-third of the world human population is chronically infected with this parasite. Little is known about the circulation of T. gondii in snakes and this study for the first time aimed to evaluate the infection rates of snakes by this parasite by PCR methods.

1981, Diseases of the Reptilia, Academic Press, London. 1984) Physical Influences. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions. 1976, A septicaemic disease of East African snakes associated with Enterobacteriaceae, Trans. eds) Diseases of Amphibians and Reptiles. Personalised recommendations.

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In: Disease of the Reptilia (Eds . Jackson) Vol. 1. The Proper Method for Stethoscopy in Reptiles. Pet Practice Veterinary Medicine 83:1250-1252. Pneumonia and Normal Respiratory Function. In: Reptile Medicine and Surgery (Ed. . Saunders, Philadelphia. Pneumonia and Lower Respiratory Tract Disease.

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The Reptilia and Amphibia are two distinct groups of vertebrates

The Reptilia and Amphibia are two distinct groups of vertebrates. However, they show a number of similarities, such as ectothermy and ecdysis, and are therefore compared and contrasted in this paper. The physical features of the skin of reptiles and amphibians vary considerably; in the case of the amphibians the skin is usually relatively thin and may play a part in respiration while that of the reptile is often thick and impervious due to heavy keratinisation. Little is known of the ‘climate’ of the integument and there are relatively few data on its chemistry.