|Title||Recruitment of digenetic trematodes using caged snails|
|Year of Publication||1977|
|Authors||Coy KB, Blankespoor HD, Ulmer MJ|
Caged, laboratory-reared snails of two species (Physa gyrina and Lymnaea stagnalis appressa) recruited five species of digenetic trematodes in a natural stream habitat in Michigan from May through October, 1977. Temporal and spatial differences were observed in the infection rates of the two gastropod species.