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Haemoproteus homovelans

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Phylum  Apicomplexa
Order  Haemospororida
Genus  Haemoproteus
Class  Aconoidasida
Family  Haemoproteidae
Species  H. homovelans

Haemoproteus (Parahaemoproteus) homovelans is a parasite first found in the Grey-faced Woodpecker, Picus canus, in Bulgaria. Haemoproteus homovelans has circumnuclear gametocytes that lack volutin granules. The species is similar to Haemoproteus velans, yet the latter's gametocytes are overfilled with volutin.

References

Haemoproteus homovelans Wikipedia


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