Hello everyone! We hope you all had a restful winter break and happy holidays!!
Although, the Verocai Lab had no shortage of productivity during the Texas “cold” months of December and January. Perhaps even our most productivity! Check out some of the great recent work on monkeys, reptiles and even whales:
Molecular characterization of Dipetalonema yatesi from the black-faced spider monkey (Ateles chamek) with phylogenetic inference of relationships among Dipetalonema of Neotropical primates
Inactivating Effects of Common Laboratory Disinfectants, Fixatives, and Temperatures on the Eggs of Soil Transmitted Helminths
Endoparasites of pet reptiles and amphibians from exotic pet shows in Texas, United States
Crassicaudiasis in three geographically and chronologically distant Cuvier’s beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris) stranded off Brazil
Fatal Fascioloides magna in a lesser spot-nosed guenon (Cercopithecus petaurista)
Photo is from – https://www.centralfloridazoo.org/animals/lesser-spot-nosed-guenon/