The nematode P. mamillatus is described from the lizard Chalcides ocellatus (Forsk.) from Cairo, Egypt. The use of both light and scanning electron microscopy enabled the authors to report new morphological features of the worms, including the cuticular surface, lateral alae and male caudal structures.
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