Gita G. Paskerova

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Urosporids (Apicomplexa: Urosporidae) are eugregarines that parasitise marine invertebrates, such as annelids, molluscs, nemerteans and echinoderms, inhabiting their coelom and intestine. Urosporids(More)
A selenid gregarine Ditrypanocystis sp. (Apicomplexa, Gregarinia, Selenidiidae), harboring the gut lumen of the oligochaete Enchytraeus albidus, was studied by light and electron microscopy. The(More)
Class Rudimicrosporea Sprague 1977, with its single family Metchnikovellidae, comprises hyperparasites of gregarines from the guts of marine invertebrates. Metchnikovellids remain poorly studied in(More)
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