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Table 4 Reports of infection and trematode species richness of Physa acuta as first intermediate

From: Phylogeography and genetics of the globally invasive snail Physa acuta Draparnaud 1805, and its potential to serve as an intermediate host to larval digenetic trematodes

Country Citation # Individuals Surveyed # Patent Infections Prevalence So
Native Range
New Mexico (Bosque del Apache) This study 1200 78 0.065 5
New Mexico (Eagles Nest) This study 65 5 0.07 2
  Nebraska This study 120 16 0.13 4
  Montana This study 165 3 0.018 2
  Wyoming This study 26 8 0.31 1
  Colorado This study 300 5 0.017 3
  Mexico Barragán-Sáenz et al. 2009 496 109 0.22 5
Invasive Range
  New Zeland Mitchell & Leung 2015 810 0 0 0
  Benin Ibikounlé et al. 2009 345 0 0 0
  Czech Republic Faltýnková 2005 57 0 0 0
  Egypt Abo-Madyan et al. 2005 na 0 0 0
  Egypt Bin Dajem 2009 704 0 0 0
  Egypt Dahesh & Farid na 0 0 0
  France Gerard et al. 2003 413 1 0.0024 1
  Germany Faltýnková and Hass 2006 141 0 0 0
  Iceland Skinnerson et al. 2008 737 0 0 0
  Iran Athari et al. 2006 3560 8 0.0022 1
  Kenya Loker & Laidemitt, unpublished data 589 0 0 0
  Morocco Laamrani et al. 2005 na 0 0 0
  New Zeland This study 1480 0 0 0
  Spain Toledo et al. 1998 2717 1 0.00037 1
  Zambia Phiri et al. 2007 9 0 0 0
  1. na data not given, SO observed species richness calculated by the number of unique trematode families observed