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Norman Dronen

Dronen, Norman
Norman Dronen
206 WFES
Undergraduate Education
B.A. (Major in Biology) Eastern Washington University
Graduate Education
M.S. (Major in Biology) Eastern Washington University
Ph.D., Zoology (Ecology/Parasitology) New Mexico State University

Recent Publications

Sanchez, Sophia M., Liat Y. Goldstein and Norman O. Dronen. (2018) Diphyllobothrium stemmacephalum Cobbold, 1858 (Diphyllobothriidea) from common bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus (Montagu) from the Texas Gulf coast, USA, Zootaxa, https://doi.org.10.11646/zootaxa.4379.3.11.

Blend, Charles K.; Dronen, Norman O.; Rácz, Gábor R.; and Gardner, Scott Lyell, “Pseudopecoelus mccauleyi n. sp. and Podocotyle sp. (Digenea: Opecoelidae) from the Deep Waters off Oregon and British Columbia with an Updated Key to the Species of Pseudopecoelus von Wicklen, 1946 and Checklist of Parasites from Lycodes cortezianus (Perciformes: Zoarcidae)” (2017). Scott Gardner Publications & Papers. 3. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/slg/3

NORMAN O. DRONEN, NOTHIALA R. AL-KASSAR, ATHEER H. ALI, MOHANAD F. ABDULHAMEED, BASIM H. ABDULLAH, SABEEH H. AL-MAYAH. 2017. Intraspecific variation in adult Uvitellina iraquensis Dronen, Ali & Al-Amura, 2013 (Cyclocoelidae: Haematotrephinae) from two collection sites of white-tailed lapwing, Vanellusleucurus (Lichtenstein) (Charadriiformes: Charadriidae), in Iraq. Zootaxa. Vol 4242, No 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4242.1.1

DRONEN, NORMAN O., CHARLES K. BLEND, REFAAT M. A. KHALIFA, HODA S. MOHAMADAIN, & YASSER F. M. KARAR. Pelopscreadium aegyptense n. gen., n. sp. and Pelopscreadium spongiosum (Bray & Cribb, 1998) n. comb., (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae), each from disjunct populations of the Yellow boxfish, Ostracioncubicus Linnaeus (Ostraciidae) Zootaxa [Online], 4127.3 (2016): 567–578. Web. 29 Jun. 2016. Zootaxa, 4127(3), 567–578. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4127.3.9

Podocotyle nimoyi n. sp. (Digenea: Opecoelidae: Plagioporinae) and a re-description of Podocotyle pearsei Manter, 1934 from five species of deep-sea macrourids from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. CHARLES K. BLEND, NORMAN O. DRONEN, HOWARD W. ARMSTRONG http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4117.4.3