Twenty-five lizards representing 2 species of Leiosauridae, Leiosaurus belli and Leiosaurus catamarcensis, and 10 species of Liolaemidae, Liolaemus andinus, Liolaemus buergeri, Liolaemus chiliensis, Liolaemus elongatus, Liolaemus lemniscatus, Liolaemus neuquensis, Liolaemus pictus argentius, Liolaemus tenuis, Liolaemus vallecurensis, and Phymaturus palluma, from Argentina were examined for endoparasites. One species of Cestoda, Oochoristica travassosi, 3 species of Nematoda, Physaloptera retusa, Parapharyngodon riojensis, and Spauligodon maytacapaci, and 1 species of Pentastomida, Kiricephalus sp. (nymphs), were found. Twelve new host records are reported.
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