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First published record of the pathogenic monogenean parasite Neobenedenia melleni (Capsalidae) from Australia.
The monogenean Neobenedenia melleni (MacCallum, 1927) Yamaguti 1963 is a well-known and virulent pathogen in culture conditions recorded from the skin of many teleost fish species worldwide. UntilExpand
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A phylogenetic analysis and revised classification of the Monocotylidae Taschenberg, 1879 (Monogenea)
The Monocotylidae Taschenberg, 1879 is revised based on a cladistic analysis of relationships between the constituent species and genera. The monophyly of the family is supported by three apomorphicExpand
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Diseases caused by Monogenea
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Phylogenetic analysis of the Monocotylidae (Monogenea) inferred from 28S rDNA sequences.
The current classification of the Monocotylidae (Monogenea) is based on a phylogeny generated from morphological characters. The present study tests the morphological phylogenetic hypothesis usingExpand
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A revision of the Merizocotylinae Johnston and Tiegs
Empruthotrema tasmaniensis sp. nov. is described from the nasal fossae of the southern eagle ray, Myliobatis australis Macleay (Myliobatidae), from the east coast of Tasmania. EmpruthotremaExpand
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Phylogenetic analysis of the Monocotylidae (Monogenea) inferred from 28S rDNA sequences.
The current classification of the Monocotylidae (Monogenea) is based on a phylogeny generated from morphological characters. The present study tests the morphological phylogenetic hypothesis usingExpand
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Efficacy of Praziquantel Bath Treatments for Monogenean Infections of the Rhinobatos typus
Abstract The efficacy of the anthelmintic Praziquantel in removing monocotylid monogeneans (Platyhelminthes) from the branchial tissue (Neoheterocotyle rhinobatidis, N. rhynchobatis, andExpand
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A revision of the Calicotylinae Monticelli, 1903(Monogenea: Monocotylidae)
A total of 153 elasmobranchs (46 species), either freshly collected from the Gulf of Mexico, USA and Tasmania, Australia or museum specimens collected from various localities worldwide, were examinedExpand
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Review of the Capsalinae (Monogenea: Capsalidae)
The Capsalinae Baird, 1853 (Monogenea: Capsalidae) is revised based on a thorough review of original descriptions and examination of type museum material, where available, to validate species. AExpand
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Diversity in the Monogenea and Digenea: does lifestyle matter?
If the cestodes are excluded, then the parasitic platyhelminths of fishes divide neatly into the external and monoxenous Monogenea and the internal and heteroxenous Digenea. Both groups haveExpand
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