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Trématodes Récoltés au Congo Belge par le Professeur P. Brien (Mai-Août 1937) [Trematodes Collected in Belgian Congo by Professor P. Brien (May-August 1937)]

Trématodes Récoltés au Congo Belge par le Professeur P. Brien (Mai-Août 1937) [Trematodes Collected in Belgian Congo by Professor P. Brien (May-August 1937)]
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Language: French

The first fascicle in volume 1 of series 5 contains pages 1-136. It gives a description of trematodes (which include parasitic flatworms known as flukes) collected in what was known as Belgian Congo at the start of the 20th century by professor Paul Brien from May to August 1937. The unbound pages come in a folder.

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