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Phylogeny and revision of Diplectanidae Monticelli, 1903 (Platyhelminthes: Monogenoidea)
A hypothesis on the phylogenetic relationships of diplectanid genera is proposed based on 36 morphological characters using cladistic methods. The analysis supports two subfamilies, DiplectaninaeExpand
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Phylogeny and taxonomy of Potamotrygonocotyle Mayes, Brooks & Thorson, 1981 (Monogenoidea: Monocotylidae) with a description of four new species.
The marine-derived stingrays of Potamotrygonidae, endemic to South American river systems, host an interesting parasite fauna equally related to marine lineages. Among those lineages, the diversityExpand
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Neotropical Monogenoidea. 47. Phylogeny and coevolution of species of Rhinoxenus (Platyhelminthes, Monogenoidea, Dactylogyridae) and their Characiformes hosts (Teleostei, Ostariophysi) with
Huit especes de Rhinoxenus sont rapportees des cavites nasales de poissons characiformes de la region neotropicale : Rhinoxenus arietinus Kritsky, Boeger & Thatcher, 1988, chez des Anostomidae; R.Expand
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Monogenoids (Diplectanidae, Polyonchoinea) from the gills of mojarras (Perciformes, Gerreidae) with the resurrection of Neodiplectanum Mizelle & Blatz, 1941 and the proposal of Darwinoplectanum n.
Neodiplectanum Mizelle & Blatz, 1941 is resurrected and emended for monogenoids from the gills of gerreid hosts from Western Atlantic: Neodiplectanum wenningeri from Eucinostomus gula (Quoy &Expand
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Revision of Potamotrygonocotyle Mayes, Brooks & Thorson, 1981 (Platyhelminthes: Monogenoidea: Monocotylidae), with descriptions of four new species from the gills of the freshwater stingrays
The only known monocotylid genus to parasitise Neotropical freshwater stingrays (Potamotrygonidae) is Potamotrygonocotyle Mayes, Brooks & Thorson, 1981, a monotypic genus erected to accommodate P.Expand
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Ethnopharmacological survey among migrants living in the Southeast Atlantic Forest of Diadema, São Paulo, Brazil
BackgroundUnderstanding how people of diverse cultural backgrounds have traditionally used plants and animals as medicinal substances during displacements is one of the most important objectives ofExpand
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Neotropical Monogenoidea. 32. Cacatuocotyle paranaensis n. g., n. sp. (Dactylogyridae, Ancyrocephalinae) from Characidium spp. (Teleostei, Characidae) from the State of Paraná, Brazil
Cacatuocotyle paranaensis n. sp. (Dactylogyridae, Ancyrocephalinae) is described from the gills of the characid fishes Characidium lanei Travassos and C. pterostictum Gomes collected from two streamsExpand
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A new species of Unilatus (Platyhelminthes: Monogenoidea) from the gills of Leporacanthicus galaxias Isbrücker et Nijssen (Siluriformes: Loricariidae) from Brazil
Unilatus irae sp. nov. (Dactylogyridae) is described from the gills of the armored catfish, Leporacanthicus galaxias Isbrücker et Nijssen (Loricariidae: Ancistrinae), from Guamá river, Pará State,Expand
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Monogenoidean parasites of freshwater stingrays (Rajiformes: Potamotrygonidae) from the Negro River, Amazon, Brazil: species of Potamotrygonocotyle (Monocotylidae) and Paraheteronchocotyle
Five new species of Potamotrygonocotyle (Monocotylidae) are described and Paraheteronchocotyle amazonense Mayes, Brooks et Thorson, 1981 (Hexabothriidae) is redescribed from monogenoideans collectedExpand
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New species of Chauhanellus (Monogenoidea, Platyhelminthes) from the gills of Southern Atlantic marine catfishes (Siluriformes, Ariidae) of the Neotropical region
Two new species of Chauhanellus Bychowsky & Nagibina, 1969 (Dactylogyridae: Ancyrocephalinae) are described from the gills of marine catfishes from the Southwestern Atlantic: ChauhanellusExpand
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