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Table 3 Reports of natural or experimental infection of lymnaeids with Fasciola hepatica or F. gigantica.

From: Bridging gaps in the molecular phylogeny of the Lymnaeidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata), vectors of Fascioliasis

Intermediate host Infection by F. hepatica Infection by F. gigantica Refractory to infection
Austropeplea tomentosa [68]   
Austropeplea (Lymnaea) viridis [69] [9]  
Austropeplea ollula [9] [9]  
Fossaria bulimoides [70]   
Galba truncatula [71] [9]  
Lymnaea cousini [72]   
Lymnaea (Bakerilymnaea) cubensis [73]   
Lymnaea diaphana [9]   
Lymnaea fuscus [74]   
Lymnaea humilis [75]   
Lymnaea (Radix) natalensis [76] [9]  
Lymnaea neotropica [77]   
Lymnaea (Catascopia) occulta [9]   
Lymnaea (Stagnicola) palustris [71]   
Lymnaea sp. from Colombia [53]   
Lymnaea stagnalis [78]   
Stagnicola turricola [9]   
(= Lymnaea palustris turricola)    
Lymnaea viatrix [79]   
Omphiscola glabra [71]   
Pseudosuccinea columella [73] [9] [80]
Radix peregra [71] [9]  
Radix auricularia [76] [81]  
Radix ovata [82]   
Radix labiata [83]   
Radix lagotis [76]   
Radix luteola   [9]  
Radix rubiginosa [76] [9]  
Stagnicola caperata [84]   
Stagnicola elodes    [73]