Eman M.M. Zayed

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Henneguya ghaffari Ali (Dis Aquat Org 38:225–230, 1999), which was originally described in Lake Wadi El-Rayan in the western desert of Egypt, has been discovered in the gills of the Nile perch, Lates(More)
Originally, Myxobolus fahmii was described from the gills of Barbus bynni collected from the Nile River, Egypt. The original study provided only mensural characteristics of the spores and referred to(More)
Two Myxobolus spp. are described from the kidney of the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) collected from the River Nile, Egypt. The prevalence of infection was 61 % (47/77), with the infected fish(More)
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