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Henneguya amazonica n.sp. (Myxozoa, Myxobolidae), parasitizing the gills of Crenicichla lepidota Heckel, 1840 (Teleostei, Cichlidae) from Amazon river.
The authors present light and electron microscopical data on a myxosporidian found in the gills of Crenicichla lepidota Heckel, 1840 (Teleostei, Cichlidae) from the Amazon river. Based on the sporeExpand
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Fine Structure of the Myxosporean, Henneguya curimata n. sp., Parasite of the Amazonian Fish, Curimata inormata (Teleostei, Curimatidae)
Abstract Henneguya curimata n. sp. (Myxozoa, Myxobolidae) is described from the kidney of the teleost Curimata inormata collected in an estuarine region of the Amazon River, near Belém, Brazil. ThisExpand
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Phylogeny of fish-infecting Calyptospora species (Apicomplexa: Eimeriorina)
There are numerous species of apicomplexans that infect poikilothermic vertebrates, such as fishes, and possess unique morphological features that provide insight into the evolution of this importantExpand
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Fine structure of spermiogenesis with special reference to the spermatid morulae of the freshwater mussel Prisodon alatus (Bivalvia, Unionoidea)
Within the testicular cysts of the mussel Prisodon alatus are numerous somatic host cells described as Sertoli cells (SC), each containing a variable number of young spermatid morulae. Among them,Expand
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Light and electron microscopic study of the myxosporean, Henneguya friderici n. sp. from the Amazonian teleostean fish, Leporinus friderici.
A new histozoic species of myxosporean was found to infect the gill filaments, gut, kidney and liver of the freshwater teleost Leporinus friderici, collected from the estuarine region of the Amazon,Expand
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Ultrastructural data on the spore of Myxobolus maculatus n. sp. (phylum Myxozoa), parasite from the Amazonian fish Metynnis maculatus (Teleostei).
Light and electron microscopy studies of a myxosporean, parasitic in the intertubular interstitial tissue of the kidney of the freshwater teleost fish Metynnis maculatus Kner, 1860 (Characidae) fromExpand
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Henneguya malabarica sp. nov. (Myxozoa, Myxobolidae) in the Amazonian fish Hoplias malabaricus
Abstract Henneguya malabarica sp. nov. is described from the Amazonian teleost fish Hoplias malabaricus Boch, 1794, collected from the estuarine region of the Amazon river near Belém, Brazil.Expand
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Henneguya adherens N. Sp. (Myxozoa, Myxosporea), Parasite of the Amazonian Fish, Acestrorhynchus falcatus
  • C. Azevedo, E. Matos
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
  • 1 September 1995
ABSTRACT. A new species of myxosporean from the gill filaments of the freshwater teleost fish, Acestrorhynchus falcatus collected in the Amazon river is described from light and transmission electronExpand
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Ultrastructural Studies of Henneguya rhamdia n. sp. (Myxozoa) a Parasite from the Amazon Teleost Fish, Rhamdia quelen (Pimelodidae)
Abstract. Henneguya rhamdia n. sp. is described in the gill filaments of the teleost fish Rhamdia quelen, collected from the Peixe Boi River, State of Pará, Brazil. This myxosporean producedExpand
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Ultrastructural data on the life cycle stages of Myxobolus braziliensis n. sp., parasite of an Amazonian fish
Summary A myxosporidium was found in the gills of Bunocepbalus coracoideus, a freshwater fish from the Amazon River near Belem (Brazil) and studied using light and electron microscopy. SporogenesisExpand
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