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Table 1.

Occurrence of parasite species on their respective hosts, marked by an “x” and abundance of host and parasite, respectively.

C. tholloni C. rendalli H. elongatus H. stellifer T. praecox N (171)
N (14) 5 3 4 1 1
C. berradae* H 8
C. bixlerzavalai n. sp.* H 3
C. calycinus n. sp.* H 16
C. sp.1* x 3
C. sp.2* x 9
C. cubitus* H H 36
C. falcifer H 11
C. flexicolpos H 5
C. polyenso n. sp.* H 7
C. kmentovae n. sp.* H 5
C. longicirrus H 1
C. omari n. sp.* H 1
C. reversati H 8
C. tilapiae* H 4
C. sp. x x 4
G. chitandiri* H 21
O. aframae* H 3
O. ximenae n. sp.* H H 25
O. sp x 1

* Represents the first record of this species in Lower Congo. An “H” represents a new host record. “N” represents the number of hosts (2nd row) or parasites (last column).

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