Written by a team of international experts, this is the second volume in an acclaimed series on the systematics and identification of the Class Trematoda.
The book presents the taxa in the Order Echinostomida and some of those in the Order Plagiorchiida, with keys for their identification at the superfamily, family, subfamily and generic levels.
The keys are based on critical examination of specimens by subject experts, and generic diagnoses are accompanied by illustrations of important morphological characters.
This is the second of three volumes of Keys to the Trematoda, a series on the systematics and identification of the Class Trematoda.
Keys to the Trematoda Volume Two is available to order from our co-publisher CAB International. For details of how to contact them, please visit Publishing partners.
The authors in this volume include 16 specialists from the UK, USA, Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Poland.
This book in three volumes, presents a detailed revision of the systematics and taxonomy of the platyhelminth class Trematoda and subclasses Aspidogastrea and Digeneawith.
There are also keys for the identification of these parasites at the superfamily, family and subfamily and generic levels.
Find out what others think of this book.
"Keys to the Trematoda will become the standard reference on the group for many years. Given the infrequency of appearance of such large works, this is likely to remain the definitive work for the first half of this century and to find a place on book-shelves all over the planet."
David Blair - School of Tropical Biology
"...we consider the Keys to represent a valuable contribution to taxonomic research on trematodes...Keys to the Trematoda will undoubtedly represent an indispensable source of basic information about the systematics of these helminths."
Scholz & Horak - Folia Parasitologic
"The editors and the authors have succeeded in preparing a book which is valuable to experts, practising Parasitologists and beginners, and they should be congratulated on their great success."
Zdzislaw Swiderski & Boyko B. Georgiev - Acta Parasitologic