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Diplectanids infesting the gills of the barramundi Lates calcarifer (Bloch) (Perciformes: Centropomidae), with the proposal of Laticola n. g. (Monogenoidea: Diplectanidae)
Four species of the Monogenoidea, Laticola lingaoensis n. sp., L. latesi (Tripathi, 1957) n. comb. [previously Pseudorhabdosynochus latesi (Tripathi, 1957) Kritsky & Beverley-Burton, 1986], L.
Monogenoids from the gills of spiny eels (Teleostei: Mastacembelidae) in India and Iraq, proposal of Mastacembelocleidus gen. n., and status of the Indian species of Actinocleidus, Urocleidus and
Mastacembelocleidus gen. n. (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae) is proposed to include two species collected and redescribed from spiny eels (Mastacembelidae) in India and Iraq: Mastacembelocleidus bam
Pseudohexabothrium taeniurae n. sp. (Monogenea: Hexabothriidae) from the gills of Taeniura lymma (Dasyatididae) from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Pseudohexabothrium taeniurae n. sp. is proposed for a hexabothriid monogenean found on the gills of Taeniura lymma (Forsskål) off Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia.
Record of Some Digeneans, Infecting Freshwater Fishes, Snails, and Amphibians in India, Using 28S Ribosomal DNA Marker
The present results show that H. barabankiensis represents distinct entities from a molecular and morphological point of views, which leads to the description of a new species.
Studies on someTetracotyle Fillipi (1859) metacercariae from fishes of Lucknow
Three unknownTetracotyle metacercariae, collected from piscine host, have been described and are characterised by the shape and position of pseudosuckers, shape of hold fast organ and hold fast gland and pattern of reserve excretory system.
A new species of the monogenea genus Heteromazocraes Mamaev, 1981, from a freshwater cyprinid Securicula gora (Ham.) from the Lucknow district, India
Heteromazocraes mamaevi n. sp. is described from a cyprinid, Securicula gora (Ham.) from the Lucknow district, India. It is characterised by well-developed cephalic glands, the shape of the genital
Redescription of some Indian species of Thaparocleidus Jain, 1952 (Monogenea), with aspects of the developmental biology and mode of attachment of T. pusillus (Gusev, 1976)
Thaparocleidus wallagonius Jain, 1952, thetype-species of the genus, is redescribed from the type-host and locality and the following new synonymies for some Indian species are proposed.
A Monogenoid from the Gills of Freshwater Garfish, Xenentodon cancila (Teleostei: Beloniformes: Belonidae) in India, with Proposal of Xenentocleidus n. g. (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae)
Xenentocleidus appear to be a sister group of Sclerocleidoides Agarwal, Yadav and Kritsky, 2001 on the basis of the following: a coiled male copulatory tube with counterclockwise coil(s), a ventral vaginal pore, and a subhexagonal haptor, armed with dorsal and ventral anchor/bar complexes, and 7 pairs of hooks.