The Coccidia of Apodiformes

Compiled by
Donald W. Duszynski1, Steve J. Upton2, and Lee Couch1

1Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
2Division of Biology, Kansas State University

Supported by NSF-PEET DEB 9521687 9521687

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Updated: 2 May 1999
Comments: (Duszynski)
or (Upton)

Isospora sp. of Labbe, 1896; non Diplospora lacazei of Labbe, 1896

Host: Apus apus (=Cypselus apus) (Common swift)
Reference: Labbe, 1896

Isospora sp. of Scholtyseck, 1954

Synonym: Isospora lacazei (Labbe, 1893) Laveran, 1898 of Scholtyseck, 1954
Host: Apus apus (=Micropus apus) (Common swift)
Reference: Scholtyseck 1954


Labbe, A. 1896. Recherches Zoologiques, Cytologiques et Biologiques sur les coccidies. Archives de Zoologie Experimentale et Generale, series 3. 4: 517-654.

Scholtyseck, E. 1954. Untersuchungen uber die bei einheimischen vogelarten vorkommenden Coccidien der Gattung Isospora. Archiv fur Protistenkunde 100: 91-112.