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Emerging marine diseases--climate links and anthropogenic factors.
Mass mortalities due to disease outbreaks have recently affected major taxa in the oceans. For closely monitored groups like corals and marine mammals, reports of the frequency of epidemics and theExpand
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Evolution of the trypanorhynch tapeworms: parasite phylogeny supports independent lineages of sharks and rays.
Trypanorhynch tapeworms (Platyhelminthes: Cestoda) are among the most diverse and abundant groups of metazoan parasites of elasmobranchs and are a ubiquitous part of the marine food webs that includeExpand
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Digenetic Trematodes of Marine Teleost Fishes from Biscayne Bay, Florida
DIGENETIC TREMATODES OF MARINE TELEOST FISHES FROM BISCAYNE BAY, FLORIDA1 ROBIN M. OVERSTREET2 Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Miami, Miami, Florida
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Synopsis of freshwater crayfish diseases and commensal organisms
Disease agents and pests associated with freshwater crayfish fall into six main categories—viruses, bacteria, rickettsia-like organisms (RLOs), fungi, protists and metazoans. Data and information onExpand
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Reproductive Biology of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from Coastal Waters of the Southern United States
Abstract— Reproductive biology of the cobia, Rachycentron canadum , is de-scribed from four coastal areas in the southern United States. Samples were obtained from recreational fi shermen betweenExpand
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Diversity, specificity and speciation in larval Diplostomidae (Platyhelminthes: Digenea) in the eyes of freshwater fish, as revealed by DNA barcodes.
Larvae (metacercariae) in some species of Diplostomidae (Platyhelminthes: Digenea) inhabit fish eyes and are difficult to identify to species based on morphology. DNA barcoding has clarified theExpand
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