Macrobdella ditetra were found to take blood meals from the salamander Siren intermedia collected from Tuskegee National Forest in Alabama, U.S.A. This is a new host record for M. ditetra, the first record of leech parasitism in this family of salamanders, and only the second article reporting an ectoparasite from this family.
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