The digestive tracts of 6 silver-haired bats, Lasionycteris noctivagans, from Virginia were examined. Four of the 6 contained the digenetic trematode Urotrematulum attenuatum. Additional collections of this fluke from Ohio and Minnesota are reported. This is the third report of U. attenuatum and the first record of this species from Virginia.
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Vol. 78 • No. 2