Coccidia of Serpentes

Compiled by
Donald W. Duszynski 1, Steve J. Upton 2, and Lee Couch 1

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

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Updated: 27 September 2009
Comments: (Duszynski), (Couch), or (Upton)

For a complete compilation of the most current taxonomy and terminology of Snakes (Uetz, 2005) and all the current knowledge about coccidia species reported from all serpentes (through 2008), please go to: The Coccidia of Snakes of the World

Additional Helpful Information:

Alphabetical List of All Coccidian Parasites Recorded from All Snake Hosts through 2008

Snake Coccidia Literature Cited