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Polygenis bohlsi bohlsi

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Parasite of 
Aegialomys xanthaeolus (yellowish rice rat)[1]
Akodon mollis (soft grass mouse)[1]
Calomys expulsus (caatinga vesper mouse)[1]
Calomys laucha (small vesper mouse)[1]
Canis lupus familiaris (domestic dog)[1]
Cavia porcellus (Guinea pig)[1]
Cerdocyon thous (Crab-eating Fox)[1]
Dasyprocta leporina (Agouti)[1]
Deltamys kempi (Kemp's grass mouse)[1]
Didelphis marsupialis (Common Opossum)[1]
Graomys griseoflavus (gray leaf-eared mouse)[1]
Heteromys anomalus (Trinidad spiny pocket mouse)[1]
Holochilus brasiliensis (web-footed marsh rat)[1]
Marmosa murina (Linnaeus's Mouse Opossum)[1]
Marmosa robinsoni (Robinson's Mouse Opossum)[1]
Melanomys caliginosus (dusky rice rat)[1]
Monodelphis brevicaudata (Northern Red-sided Opossum)[1]
Mus musculus (house mouse)[1]
Mustela frenata (Long-tailed Weasel)[1]
Neacomys spinosus (bristly mouse)[1]
Necromys urichi (northern grass mouse)[1]
Nectomys squamipes (South American water rat)[1]
Nephelomys albigularis (Tomes's rice rat)[1]
Oecomys concolor (unicolored arboreal rice rat)[1]
Oecomys trinitatis (Trinidad arboreal rice rat)[1]
Oligoryzomys fulvescens (fulvous pygmy rice rat)[1]
Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (long-tailed pygmy rice rat)[1]
Phyllotis andium (Andean leaf-eared mouse)[1]
Procyon cancrivorus (Crab-eating Raccoon)[1]
Proechimys guyannensis (Cayenne spiny rat)[1]
Proechimys longicaudatus (long-tailed spiny rat)[1]
Proechimys semispinosus (Spiny rat)[1]
Proechimys trinitatis (Trinidad spiny-rat)[1]
Rattus rattus (black rat)[1]
Reithrodon auritus (bunny rat)[1]
Rhipidomys mastacalis (long-tailed climbing mouse)[1]
Sciurus granatensis (red-tailed squirrel)[1]
Sciurus ignitus (Bolivian squirrel)[1]
Sciurus igniventris (northern Amazon red squirrel)[1]
Sigmodon alstoni (Alston's cotton rat)[1]
Sigmodon hispidus (hispid cotton rat)[1]
Sylvilagus brasiliensis (Tapeti)[1]
Thomasomys taczanowskii (Taczanowski's oldfield mouse)[1]
Uroderma bilobatum (tent-making bat)[1]
Zygodontomys brevicauda (short-tailed cane mouse)[1]

Distribution

Patagonian subregion, Andean subregion, Brazilian subregion, Amazonian subregion, Carribean subregion; Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador;

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