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Revision of the isopod crustacean genus Mothocya Costa, in Hope, 1851 (Cymothoidae: Flabellifera), parasitic on marine fishes
The genus Mothocya is fully revised. Irona Schioedte and Meinert is placed in synonymy with Mothocya. All named species but one, including 18 new species, are described and figured in detail. AExpand
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The genera Catoessa, Elthusa, Enispa, Ichthyoxenus, Idusa, Livoneca and Norileca n.gen. (Isopoda, Cymothoidae), crustacean parasites of marine fishes, with descriptions of eastern Australian species
The following genera of Cymothoidae are recorded from Australia: Catoessa Schiodte & Meinert, Elthusa SchiOdte & Meinert, Enispa SchiOdte & Meinert, Ichthyoxenus Herklots, Livoneca Leach and NorilecaExpand
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Australian Pleopodias Richardson, 1910, and Anilocra Leach, 1818 (Isopoda: Cymothoidae), crustacean parasites of marine fishes
The genus Pleopodias is recorded from Australia for the first time. The genus is rediagnosed, and figures given for Pleopodias sp. and P. elongatus Richardson. Twelve Australian species of AnilocraExpand
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Global diversity of fish parasitic isopod crustaceans of the family Cymothoidae
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Hysterothylacium, Iheringascaris and Maricostula new genus, nematodes (Ascaridoidea) from Australian pelagic marine fishes
The state of knowledge of Australian fish parasitic ascardioids is briefly reviewed. The following species are described in full: Hysterothylacium cornutum, H. pelagicum, H. scomberoidei n. sp.Expand
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Ascaridoid Nematodes from sharks from Australia and the Solomon Islands, Southwestern Pacific Ocean
Genera and species of ascaridoid nematodes are recorded from Australian and Solomon Island sharks. The genera represented are Acanthocheilus (Acanthocheilidae), Terranova and PulchrascarisExpand
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New records of fish parasitic marine isopod crustaceans (Cymothoidae, subfamily Anilocrinae) from the Indo-West Pacific
—Newrecords of Indo-Pacific Anilocrinae are reported on, principally from the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, British Museum (Natural History), and the Zoologisch Museum,Expand
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Reassessment of the isopod crustacean Aega deshaysiana (Milne Edwards, 1840) (Cymothoida: Aegidae): a world‐wide complex of 21 species
Aega deshaysiana (Milne Edwards, 1840) and A. antillensis Schioedte & Meinert, 1879, have long been confounded, with all records eventually becoming regarded as belonging to one globally distributedExpand
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Global Diversity of Marine Isopods (Except Asellota and Crustacean Symbionts)
The crustacean order Isopoda (excluding Asellota, crustacean symbionts and freshwater taxa) comprise 3154 described marine species in 379 genera in 37 families according to the WoRMS catalogue. TheExpand
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