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Diet of Chelidonichthys obscurus and Chelidonichthys lastoviza (Pisces: Triglidae) from the Gulf of Gabes (Tunisia)
Summary The most common gurnard species in the Gulf of Gabes (Tunisia) are Chelidonichthys lastoviza and C. obscurus. These two species were collected by trawl nets between February 2000 and JulyExpand
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Growth and reproduction of Chelidonichthys lucerna (Linnaeus) (Pisces: Triglidae) in the Gulf of Gabès, Tunisia
Summary Growth and reproduction of Chelidonichthys lucerna is reported from Tunisian waters. A total of 286 specimens was collected from landings of bottom trawlers between January 2003 andExpand
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Triloculotrema euzeti n. sp. (Monogenea, Monocotylidae) from the nasal tissues of the blackspotted smooth-hound Mustelus punctulatus (Carcharhiniformes, Triakidae) from off Tunisia
Triloculotrema euzeti n. sp. (Monogenea, Monocotylidae, Merizocotylinae) is described from the nasal tissues of the blackspotted smooth-hound Mustelus punctulatus collected from the coastal marineExpand
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Diplectanid parasites of Lithognathus mormyrus (L.) (Teleostei: Sparidae) from the Mediterranean Sea, with the description of Lamellodiscusflagellatus n. sp. (Monogenea: Diplectanidae)
Species of Lamellodiscus Johnston & Tiegs, 1922 are described from the gills of Lithognathus mormyrus (Linnaeus) in the Mediterranean Sea. A new nomenclature for a male copulatory organ with twoExpand
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Lamellodiscus euzeti n. sp. (Monogenea: Diplectanidae), a parasite from Dentex canariensis and D. gibbosus (Teleostei: Sparidae) in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea
Lamellodiscus euzeti n. sp. (Monogenea: Diplectanidae) is described from the gills of two sparid fishes, Dentex canariensis (Steindachner) off Senegal and Ivory Coast and D. gibbosus (Rafinesque) offExpand
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Spatial distribution and abundance of intertidal benthic macrofauna in the Kneiss Islands (Gulf of Gabès, Tunisia)
The Kneiss islands, located in the Gulf of Gabes (Southeastern Tunisia), represent a site of international interest in terms of their ornithological diversity (Important Bird Area, SPAMI and RamsarExpand
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Pseudodiplectanum syrticum n. sp. (Monogenea: Diplectanidae), a parasite of Synapturichthys kleinii (Teleostei: Soleidae) from off Tunisia
Pseudodiplectanum syrticum n. sp. (Monogenea: Diplectanidae) is described from the gills of Synapturichthys kleinii (Risso) collected from the Gulf of Gabès in the Mediterranean Sea off Tunisia. TheExpand
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Structure of the benthic macrofauna of an anthropogenic influenced area: Skhira Bay (Gulf of Gabès, central Mediterranean Sea)
Skhira Bay located in the Gulf of Gabès, on the southeastern coast of Tunisia, is an important area in terms of its dense vegetation coverage, wide continental shelf, and fisheries resources.Expand
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A new genus and three new species of Anthocephaliidae (Cestoda, Rhinebothriidea) from the round fantail stingray, Taeniurops grabata (Chondrichthyes, Dasyatidae) from the Mediterranean Sea and
The spiral intestines of a total of 16 round fantail stingrays Taeniurops grabata from the Mediterranean Sea off Tunisia were examined for cestodes. A new genus is erected in the AnthocephaliidaeExpand
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Spatial variability of helminth parasites to recognize the discrimination of juvenile and young adult areas of horse mackerel, Trachurus trachurus (Linnaeus, 1758) off the coast of Tunisia
Abstract Ten parasites were used as biological tags to discriminate juvenile and young adult areas of horse mackerel Trachurus trachurus . In total, 365 fish were examined in four zones off theExpand
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