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Digenetic trematodes from marine fishes of Waltair coast, Bay of Bengal. I. Family Lepocreadiidae.
  • R. Madhavi
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 April 1972
TLDR
This paper is the first in the series of the papers to be published by the author on the digenetic trematodes collected from marine fishes of Waltair Coast, Bay of Bengal, India, and six new species, six of which are new, are reported.
Digenetic trematodes from mullets of Visakhapatnam (India)
In the course of a survey carried out on the digenetic trematode fauna of three species of mullets Mugil cephalus, Liza macrolepis and Valamugil cunnesius collected from various brackish water
Euclinostomum heterostomum (Rudolphi, 1809) (Trematoda): life-cycle, growth and development of the metacercaria and adult
TLDR
It is demonstrated that more than 2 months are required for the development of the cercaria into the infective metacercarial stage, and the validity of various species included in the genus Euclinostomum is discussed.
Community structure of helminth parasites of the tuna, Euthynnus affinis, from the Visakhapatnam coast, Bay of Bengal.
TLDR
There was evidence for a decrease in parasite density and an increase in diversity with increase in host size, indicating that host size has a profound influence on the component community structure.
Checklist of digenean trematodes reported from Indian marine fishes
  • R. Madhavi
  • Biology, Medicine
    Systematic Parasitology
  • 10 March 2011
This checklist summarises information on the digenean trematodes of Indian marine fishes contained in the world literature dating from 1913 to the end of 2008. Altogether more than 700 species of
The life-cycle of Helicometra gibsoni n. sp. (Digenea: Opecoelidae)
TLDR
It is demonstrated that 14 days are required for the development of cercaria into the infective metacercarial stage in shrimps, and intra-specific variations noted in the flukes obtained from natural and experimental infections are presented.
Life history of Genarchopsis goppo Ozaki, 1925 (Trematoda: Hemiuridae) from the freshwater fish Channa punctata.
  • R. Madhavi
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of helminthology
  • 1 September 1978
The life cycle of Genarchopsis goppo a hemiurid trematode found in the stomach of Channa punctata has been worked out in detail. The egg contains a fully developed miracidium at the time of
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