ⓘ Plasmodium tropiduri

                                     

ⓘ Plasmodium tropiduri

Plasmodium tropiduri is a parasite of the genus Plasmodium subgenus Lacertaemoba. As in all Plasmodium species, P. tropiduri has both vertebrate and insect hosts. The vertebrate hosts for this parasite are reptiles.

This species is closely associated with Plasmodium floridense and Plasmodium minasense.

                                     
  • is closely related to P. tropiduri and P. minasense Schall J.J. 2000 Transmission success of the malaria parasite Plasmodium mexicanum into its vector:
  • smaller than host cell nuclei. This species resembles Plasmodium sasai and Plasmodium tropiduri It may be distinguished from these species by the following
  • described by Telford in 1979. This species was previously regarded as Plasmodium tropiduri This species is found in Brazil, South America. This species infects
  • given as Plasmodium tropiduri Plasmodium arachniformis Plasmodium brygooi Plasmodium cnemaspi Plasmodium fischeri Plasmodium floridense Plasmodium gologoense
  • Telford in 1979. This species had previously been considered to be Plasmodium tropiduri All stages tend to lie along the erythrocyte margin. While mature
  • parasites Plasmodium tropiduri and P. holaspi or by the fish parasite Babesiosoma. It is also seen in the case of human parasite Plasmodium malariae.
  • Landau I, Paperna I. 2001 Plasmodium kentropyxi n.sp. Apicomplexa: Haemosporina: Plasmodiidae and a Plasmodium tropiduri - like parasite in the lizard