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Limnoperna Fortunei : The Ecology, Distribution and Control of a Swiftly Spreading Invasive Fouling Mussel
Revision of Isoparorchis Southwell, 1913 (Digenea, Hemiuroidea, Isoparorchiidae), Parasites of the Air Bladder of Freshwater Catfishes: a Molecular and Morphological Study
Distinctions in the ITS2 sequences obtained for samples from India support the interpretation that there are two species there, and one is identified as I. trisimilitubis, and the other remains an undescribed species.
Trematode fauna of prosobranch snails of the genus Semisulcospira in Lake Biwa and the connected drainage system.
- M. Urabe
- Environmental Science, BiologyParasitology international
- 1 March 2003
Phylogenetic analysis of the superfamily Hemiuroidea (Platyhelminthes, Neodermata: Trematoda) based on partial 28S rDNA sequences
The phylogenetic relationships between genera, subfamilies and families of the Hemiuroidea are explored and the isoparorchiid, bunocotylid, lecithasterid and hemiurid trematodes form two highly supported clades.
Taxonomic revision of three species of the genus Genarchopsis (Digenea: Hemiuroidea: Derogenidae) in Japan by molecular phylogenetic analyses.
Recent lake expansion triggered the adaptive radiation of freshwater snails in the ancient Lake Biwa
- O. Miura, M. Urabe, T. Nishimura, K. Nakai, S. Chiba
- Environmental ScienceEvolution letters
- 30 November 2018
It is proposed that the Biwamelania snails in Lake Biwa offer a promising new system for understanding the association between the geological history of the lake and rapid intralacustrine diversification.
Liolope copulans (Trematoda: Digenea: Liolopidae) parasitic in Andrias japonicus (Amphibia: Caudata: Cryptobranchidae) in Japan: Life cycle and systematic position inferred from morphological and…
Does atypical 15N and 13C enrichment in parasites result from isotope ratio variation of host tissues they are infected?
The results suggested that atypical 15N and 13C enrichment of parasites is not caused by the variation in δ values among host tissues, but possibly by metabolic processes unique to each parasite taxon.
The life cycle and molecular phylogeny of a gorgoderid trematode recorded from the mussel Nodularia douglasiae in the Yodo River, Japan.
Ephemera strigata (Insecta: Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae) is the Intermediate Host of the Nematodes Rhabdochona denudata honshuensis and Rhabdochona coronacauda in Japan
Considering the relative density of mayfly nymphs, nematode prevalence, and intensity of parasitism, Ephemera strigata Eaton and Potamanthus formosus Ulmer (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae) are frequent natural intermediate hosts for R. d.