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Systematic revision of dactylogyridean parasites (Monogenea) from cichlid fishes in Africa, the Levant and Madagascar
Pariselle A. & Euzet L. 2009. — Systematic revision of dactylogyridean parasites (Monogenea) from cichlid fishes in Africa, the Levant and Madagascar. Zoosystema 31 (4): 849-898. ABSTRACT SystematicExpand
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Order Tetraphyllidea Carus, 1863.
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Ultrastructure comparée du spermatozoïde des cestodes. Relations avec la phylogénèse
The comparison of the ultrastructure of spermatozoa in Cestodes from seven different orders shows that they have the same general pattern of organization. The main common features are following: (a)Expand
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Gill parasites of the genus Cichlidogyrus Paperna, 1960 (Monogenea, Ancyrocephalidae) from Tilapia guineensis (Bleeker, 1862), with descriptions of six new species
A study of gill parasites of Tilapia guineensis (Bleeker, 1862) (Cichlidae) from different locations in West Africa (Senegal, Guinea, the Ivory Coast and the Congo) revealed the presence of twelveExpand
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TAXONOMIC STATUS OF LIGOPHORUS MUGILINUS (HARGIS, 1955) (MONOGENEA: ANCYROCEPHALIDAE), WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF LIGOPHORUS FROM MUGIL CEPHALUS (TELEOSTEI: MUGILIDAE) IN THE
Ligophorus mugilinus was originally described on the flathead mullet Mugil cephalus from the Gulf of Mexico. The species was later recorded in the Mediterranean Sea on the flathead mullet and in theExpand
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Can host body size explain the parasite species richness in tropical freshwater fishes?
SummaryThe variability of monogenean gill ectoparasite species richness in 19 West African cyprinid species was analyzed using the following seven predictor variables: host size, number of drainageExpand
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Analysis of Calliobothrium (Tetraphyllidea:Onchobothriidae) with descriptions of three new species and erection of a new genus.
Examination of voucher or type material, or both, of 9 of the 10 currently recognized species of Calliobothrium resulted in redescriptions of C. evani, C. lintoni, and C. pellucidum, and emendationsExpand
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DESCRIPTION AND MORPHOMETRICAL VARIABILITY OF A NEW SPECIES OF LIGOPHORUS AND OF LIGOPHORUS CHABAUDI (MONOGENEA: DACTYLOGYRIDAE) ON MUGIL CEPHALUS (TELEOSTEI) FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN
A comparative morphological study of specimens of Ligophorus spp. from Mugil cephalus in western Mediterranean and the Black Sea localities has been carried out, indicating the presence of 2 distinctExpand
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