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Molecular phylogenetics and mitogenomics of three avian dicrocoeliids (Digenea: Dicrocoeliidae) and comparison with mammalian dicrocoeliids

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Title
Molecular phylogenetics and mitogenomics of three avian dicrocoeliids (Digenea: Dicrocoeliidae) and comparison with mammalian dicrocoeliids
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Parasites & Vectors, February 2020
DOI 10.1186/s13071-020-3940-7
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Suleman, Khan, Mian Sayed, Tkach, Vasyl V., Muhammad, Nehaz, Zhang, Dong, Zhu, Xing-Quan, Ma, Jun

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#13,290,233
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#3,497
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