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Helminths of freshwater fishes in the reservoir of the Hydroelectric Power Station of Itaipu, Paraná, Brazil
This study presents results from several expeditions in 1985, 1991-1995 and 2003 to the Medium Parana River in the section that begins below the Itaipu Dam and ends at the trinational border of… Expand
New observations on seuratoid nematodes parasitic in fishes of the Paraná River, Brasil.
A systematic survey of nematodes of the superfamily Seuratoidea collected from fishes of the Paraná River, southern Brazil, in 1992-1995, finds that most species are briefly described and illustrated and some problems concerning their taxonomy, hosts and geographical distribution are discussed. Expand
On some trematodes parasites of fishes from Paraná River.
- B. Fernandes, A. Kohn
- Biology, Medicine
- Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
- 1 August 2001
Crassicutis cichlasomae Manter, 1936 is redescribed for the first time in South America and from a new host: Geophagus brasiliensis (Cichlidae). Iheringtrema iheringi Travassos, 1948 is redescribed… Expand
Nematode parasites of fishes of the Parana River (Brazil), 2: Seuratoidea, Ascaridoidea, Habronematoidea and Acuarioidea
Helminths parasites of freshwater fishes from Pirassununga, SP, Brazil
Creptotrema lynchi, a parasite from Bufo marinus in Colombia, is described for the first time in fish and from Brazil, parasitizing two different species. Expand
Metacercariae of Diplostomum (Austrodiplostomum) compactum (Trematoda, Diplostomidae) in the eyes of Plagioscion squamosissimus (Teleostei, Sciaenidae) from the reservoir of the Hydroeletric Power…
Redescription of Prosthenhystera obesa (Diesing, 1850) (Callodistomidae, Digenea) with new host records and data on morphological variability
A large morphological variation is demonstrated, mainly in body and testes size and shape, in Prosthenhystera obesa from the gall bladder of Astyanax bimaculatus and from the new hosts, Cynopotamus amazonum and Triurobrycon lundii is redescribed. Expand
Two new species of the genus Goezia, G. brasiliensis sp. n. and G. brevicaeca sp. n. (Nematoda: Anisakidae), from freshwater fishes in Brazil.
Examination of freshwater fishes from the Paraná River in southern Brazil during March 1992, revealed the presence of two new, previously undescribed species of the genus Goezia: G. brasiliensis sp.… Expand
Rhipidocotyle gibsoni n. sp. from a Brazilian Freshwater Fish and Rhipidocotyle froesi n.sp. for r. baculum (linton, 1905) of Eckmann (1932) (Bucephalidae; Digenea)
Rhipidocotyle gibsoni n.sp. is described from Acestrorhynchus lacustris from Parana River, brazil. It is most closely related to r. froesi n. sp. and to R. eckmanni in the shape of the cephalic hood,… Expand