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Monogenoids from the gills of spiny eels (Teleostei: Mastacembelidae) in India and Iraq, proposal of Mastacembelocleidus gen. n., and status of the Indian species of Actinocleidus, Urocleidus and
Mastacembelocleidus gen. n. (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae) is proposed to include two species collected and redescribed from spiny eels (Mastacembelidae) in India and Iraq: Mastacembelocleidus bamExpand
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Studies on metacercaria of fresh-water fishes of India
Tetracotyle lucknowensis is described fromChanna striatus (Bloch). It is characterised by the oval shape of its body, by ratio of suckers and by stupendous size of its hold-fast organ.
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Redescription of some Indian species of Thaparocleidus Jain, 1952 (Monogenea), with aspects of the developmental biology and mode of attachment of T. pusillus (Gusev, 1976)
Thaparocleidus wallagonius Jain, 1952, the type-species of the genus, is redescribed from the type-host and locality. T. gomtius (Jain, 1952), T. seenghali (Jain, 1961), T. indicus (Kulkarni, 1969),Expand
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On a Rare Cercaria, Cercaria soparkari n.sp., (Transversotrematidae) from Lucknow, India
About 100 specimens of the fresh-water snail, Melanoides tuberculatus (Muller), collected on 30th March, 1962 from “Kukrail”, a tributory of river Gomati, were examined for larval infection. OneExpand
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A Monogenoid from the Gills of Freshwater Garfish, Xenentodon cancila (Teleostei: Beloniformes: Belonidae) in India, with Proposal of Xenentocleidus n. g. (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae)
Abstract Xenentocleidus n. g. (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae) is proposed for Xenentocleidus xenentodoni (Jain, 1961) n. comb. (jr syn. Urocleidus xenentodoni Jain, 1961) collected from the gills of aExpand
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Studies of some new monogenetic parasites of freshwater fishes.
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On a new trematodeDiplodiscus chauhani N. Sp. from the common Indian frog,Rana cyanophlyctis Schneider
Diplodiscus chauhani n. sp. has been described fromRana cyanophlyctis Schneider at Gyanpur, Varanasi. The species is characterised by the absence of oral pouches, the oesophageal bulb and by theExpand
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