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Three taxa within the leech family Glossiphoniidae are poorly known with respect to their biology and systematics. New information has been collected on their biology, anatomy, and hunter-prey behaviors.
The leech Oligobdella biannulata is a species endemic to mountain streams of the Southern Blue Ridge Physiographic Zone, and is thought to be host specific to salamanders. Host salamanders were collected in North Carolina and South Carolina, and examined for leeches. Observations revealed a much wider range of salamander hosts than had previously been reported.