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Hemogregarine mature gamonts in two snake species and one lizard species endemic to Madagascar. (A) Hepatozoon in Ithycyphus oursi (ACZC1932); (B) Hepatozoon in Madagascarophis colubrinus (ACZC1827); (C) Hepatozoon in M. colubrinus (ACZC1963); (D, E, F) hemogregarine infections in Oplurus sp. (×49). (F) Could represent a young stage based on the characteristics of the nucleus. Hepatozoon infecting Furcifer sp. is presented in Figure 2A. Arrows indicate hemogregarine parasites apparently inside leukocytes. Scale bar = 10 μm.

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