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Various species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptiles

Various species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptiles.jpg Lankesterella ranarum (Lank.), the parasite of the red blood-corpuscles of the edible FrogThumbnailsThe earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843Lankesterella ranarum (Lank.), the parasite of the red blood-corpuscles of the edible FrogThumbnailsThe earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843Lankesterella ranarum (Lank.), the parasite of the red blood-corpuscles of the edible FrogThumbnailsThe earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843

Various species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptiles. A. T. Lewisii, from the blood of rats; B. T. Brucei, the parasite of the Nagana or Tsetze-fly disease, found in the blood of horses, cattle, and big game; C. T. gambiense, the parasite causing Sleeping Sickness in man; D. T. equinum, which causes the mal de caderas in South American horse ranches; E. T. noctuæ, from the blood of the little owl, Athene noctua; F. T. avium, found in the blood of many birds; G. a species found in the blood of Indian pigeons; H. T. ziemanni, a second species from the blood of the little owl; J. T. damoniæ, from the blood of a tortoise; c.g., granules; v., vacuole; l.s., fold of the crest or undulating membrane.

Author
The Kingdom of Man
By Sir E. Ray (Edwin Ray) Lankester
Published 1907
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