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Fish parasites in the Arctic deep-sea: Poor diversity in pelagic fish species vs. heavy parasite load in a demersal fish
Molecular Phylogeny of the Acanthocephala (Class Palaeacanthocephala) with a Paraphyletic Assemblage of the Orders Polymorphida and Echinorhynchida
The resulting trees suggest a paraphyletic arrangement of the Echinorhynchida and Polymorphida inside the Palaeacanthocephala, which questions the placement of the genera Serrasentis and GorgorHynchoides within the Echinochynchidas and not the Poly Morphida.
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Trypanorhynch Cestodes of Commercial Fishes from Northeast Brazilian Coastal Waters
- H. Palm
The two single cases of intra musculature infestation in Citharichthys spilopterus and Haemulon aurolineatum by trypanorhynch cestodes indicate that marketability of the investigated commercially exploited fish species is inconsequential.
Molecular phylogeny and evolution of the Trypanorhyncha Diesing, 1863 (Platyhelminthes: Cestoda).
The life cycle of Anisakis simplex in the Norwegian Deep (northern North Sea)
- S. Klimpel, H. Palm, S. Rueckert, U. Piatkowski
- Biology, Environmental ScienceParasitology Research
- 23 July 2004
Euphausiids have no importance at all for the successful transmission of A. simplex in the Norwegian Deep, demonstrating that this nematode is able to select definite host species depending on the locality, apparently having a very low level of host specificity.
SSCP-based identification of members within the Pseudoterranova decipiens complex (Nematoda: Ascaridoidea: Anisakidae) using genetic markers in the internal transcribed spacers of ribosomal DNA
- X. Zhu, S. D’Amelio, H. Palm, L. Paggi, M. George-Nascimento, R. Gasser
- 1 June 2002
The anisakid nematodes morphologically corresponding with Pseudoterranova decipiens sensu lato from different seal or sea lion hosts and geographical origins, previously identified as Pseudotorranova krabbei, were characterized using a DNA approach and should have important implications for studying the life-cycles, transmission patterns, epidemiology and population genetics of these anisaks.
Evolution of the trypanorhynch tapeworms: parasite phylogeny supports independent lineages of sharks and rays.
Invasive Ponto-Caspian Amphipods and Fish Increase the Distribution Range of the Acanthocephalan Pomphorhynchus tereticollis in the River Rhine
Insight is given into a potential parasite-host system that consists mainly of invasive species, such as the Ponto-Caspian fish and amphipods in the Rhine, which discusses prospective distribution and migration pathways of non-indigenous vertebrate (round goby) and invertebrates (amphipods) under special consideration of parasite dispersal.
The role of the rock cod Notothenia coriiceps Richardson, 1844 in the life-cycle of Antarctic parasites
The parasite fauna in Antarctic fish species provides important insights into the different habitat use and trophic relationship of their fish hosts and most parasites found appear to have a wide range of distribution within Antarctic waters together with a low host specificity.