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Nicolla skrjabini is a species of trematodes in the family Opecoelidae.[1]

Nicolla skrjabini
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N. skrjabini
Binomial name
Nicolla skrjabini
(Iwanitzki, 1928)

DistributionEdit

The distribution of Nicolla skrjabini includes rivers of the Azov-Black Sea and rivers of the Baltic Sea.[1] Expansion of its host species Lithoglyphus naticoides to the Volga River has allowed Nicolla skrjabini to expand its range.[1][2]

HostsEdit

Hosts of Nicolla skrjabini include:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f Zhokhov A. E., Molodozhnikova N. M. & Pugacheva M. N. (2006). "Dispersal of invading trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini Kowal, 1951 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) in the Volga". Russian Journal of Ecology 37(5): 363-365. doi:10.1134/S1067413606050110.
  2. ^ a b Tyutin A. V. & Slynko Yu. V. (2010). "The first finding of the Black Sea snail Lithoglyphus naticoides (Gastropoda) and its associated species-specific trematoda in the Upper Volga basin". Russian Journal of Biological Invasions 1(1): 45-49. doi:10.1134/S2075111710010091.