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Keys to the Trematoda
This is the third and final volume of the "Keys to the Trematoda", a series on the systematics and identification of the Class Trematoda. This volume covers five superfamilies within the OrderExpand
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Digenean species diversity in teleost fish from a nature reserve off Corsica, France (Western Mediterranean), and a comparison with other Mediterranean regions
Data on the digenean parasites of 2238 teleosts from the Scandola Nature Reserve off Corsica are presented. These represent the largest general survey of digenean parasites attempted in theExpand
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study and reorganization of Plagioporus Stafford, 1904 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) and related genera, with special reference to forms from European Atlantic waters
Summary The families Opecoelidae, Lepocreadiidae and Enenteridae are differentiated. The Enenteridae is considered to consist of three subfamilies, the Enenterinae, the Cadenatellinae subfam. nov.Expand
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A survey of the helminth parasites of cetaceans stranded on the coast of England and Wales during the period 1990-1994
The helminth parasites from more than 300 cetaceans stranded on the coast of England and Wales during the period 1990-1994 were identified, this being the largest organized survey of cetaceanExpand
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Genetic and Morphological Approaches Distinguish the Three Sibling Species of the Anisakis simplex Species Complex, with a Species Designation as Anisakis berlandi n. sp. for A. simplex sp. C
Abstract:  Numerous specimens of the 3 sibling species of the Anisakis simplex species complex (A. pegreffii, A. simplex (senso stricto)), and A. simplex sp. C) recovered from cetacean speciesExpand
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The Hemiuroidea: terminology, systematics and evolution
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A catalogue of the nominal species of the monogenean genus Dactylogyrus Diesing, 1850 and their host genera
Dactylogyrus is the largest helminth genus, with more than 900 nominal species, and is consequently in a state of considerable confusion. In an attempt to consolidate our knowledge of this largeExpand
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Isthmiophora Lühe, 1909 and Euparyphium Dietz, 1909 (Digenea: Echinostomatidae) re-defined, with comments on their nominal species
The validity of Isthmiophora Lühe, 1909 in relation to Euparyphium Dietz, 1909 is discussed and confirmed. Isthmiophora melis Schrank, 1788) [the type-species] and I. inermis (Fuhrmann, 1904) n.Expand
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Aspects of the biology of diplostomid metacercarial (Digenea) populations occurring in fishes in different localities of northern Finland
Diplostomid metacercariae were found at a high prevalence and in large numbers in the eyes of a wide variety of fish species from widely differing freshwater and brackish water environments inExpand
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