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Title: Freshwater mollusks at designated areas in eleven provinces of Thailand according to the water resource development projects
Authors: Pusadee Sri-aroon
Piyarat Butraporn
Jareemate Limsoomboon
Manus Kaewpoolsri
Yupa Chusongsang
Prasasana Charoenjai
Phiraphol Chusongsang
Suthep Numnuan
Songtham Kiatsiri
Mahidol University
Keywords: Medicine
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2007
Citation: Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health. Vol.38, No.2 (2007), 294-301
Abstract: The study was conducted at 75 collecting loci in 15 districts of 11 provinces in Thailand during 1999-2004. A total of 12,079 live mollusks were collected, 11,874 were snails and 205 were clams, The snails were comprised of 39 species and classified into 9 families: Ampullariidae, Bithyniidae, Buccinidae, Potamiopsidae, Stenothyridae, Thiaridae, Viviparidae, Planorbldae and Lymnaeidae. The clams were comprised of 14 species classified into 2 families: Amblemidae and Corbiculidae. Fifteen species were medically important snails: Pomacea canaliculata, Pila ampullacea, P. pesmel, P. polita, Bithynia (Digoniostoma) funlculata, B, (D.) siamensis goniomphalos, B. (D.) s. siamensis, Filopaludina (Siamopaludina) martensi martensi, F. (Filopaludina) sumatrensis polygramma, Melanoides tuberculata, Tarebia granifera, Helicorbis umbillcalis, Gyraulus convexiusculus, Indoplanorbis exustus and Radix rubiginosa. Of these 3 snail species harbored trematode cercariae. I. exustus harbored Echinostoma malayanum, Xiphidio and Schistosoma spindale, and R. rubiginosa and B. (D.) siamensis goniomphalos harbored Xiphidio and intestinal flukes, respectively.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/24948
ISSN: 01251562
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