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Trematodes of the family Heterophyidae (Digenea) in Mexico: a review of species and new host and geographical records
A review of heterophyid trematodes found in Mexico, both as metacercariae encysted in fish and adults in fish-eating birds and mammals, is presented, including numerous new geographical and hostExpand
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Helminth communities of four commercially important fish species from Chetumal Bay, Mexico
Abstract The relative importance of ecology and evolution as factors determining species richness and composition of the helminth communities of fish is a matter of current debate. TheoreticalExpand
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Parasite survey of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica in coastal lagoons of the southern Gulf of Mexico.
A parasitological study of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica from 11 coastal lagoons in the southern Gulf of Mexico in dry and rainy seasons between late 1999 and early 2001 revealed theExpand
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Trematode diversity in freshwater fishes of the Globe II: ‘New World’
We provide a summary overview of the diversity of trematode parasites in freshwater fishes of the ‘New World’, i.e. the Americas, with emphasis on adult forms. The trematode fauna of three regions,Expand
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Water quality variability and eutrophic trends in karstic tropical coastal lagoons of the Yucatán Peninsula
Coastal lagoon ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to eutrophication due to often restricted water exchange with the adjacent ocean, leading to an accumulation of nutrients from the surroundingExpand
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Metazoan parasite community of blue sea catfish, Sciades guatemalensis (Ariidae), from Tres Palos Lagoon, Guerrero, Mexico
The seasonal dynamic of the metazoan parasite community of the blue sea catfish (Sciades guatemalensis) from Tres Palos Lagoon, Guerrero, Mexico, was studied at the component community andExpand
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Trematode communities in snails can indicate impact and recovery from hurricanes in a tropical coastal lagoon.
In September 2002, Hurricane Isidore devastated the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. To understand its effects on the parasites of aquatic organisms, we analyzed long-term monthly population data of theExpand
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The checkered puffer (Spheroides testudineus) and its helminths as bioindicators of chemical pollution in Yucatan coastal lagoons.
The suitability of using helminth communities as bioindicators of environmental quality of the Yucatan coastal lagoons status was tested on the checkered puffer (Spheroides testudineus) in fourExpand
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Redescription and Genetic Characterization of Cucullanus dodsworthi (Nematoda: Cucullanidae) From the Checkered Puffer Sphoeroides testudineus (Pisces: Tetraodontiformes)
abstract:  Cucullanus dodsworthi Barreto, 1922 was originally described from the checkered puffer fish, Sphoeroides testudineus (Linnaeus), from Brazilian waters. New material of this nematodeExpand
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AURICULOSTOMA ASTYANACE N. GEN., N. SP. (DIGENEA: ALLOCREADIIDAE), FROM THE BANDED ASTYANAX, ASTYANAX FASCIATUS (CHARACIFORMES: CHARACIDAE), FROM NICARAGUA, WITH A REEVALUATION OF NEOTROPICAL
Auriculostoma n. gen. (Trematoda: Allocreadiidae) is proposed for Auriculostoma astyanace n. sp. from the intestine of the characid fish Astyanax fasciatus in the Atlantic coastal drainages ofExpand
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