South American Monogenoidea parasites of fishes, amphibians and reptiles.
South American Monogenea--list of species, hosts and geographical distribution.
Ultrastructure of spermatogenesis and sperm development in Saccocoelioides godoyi Kohn & Froes, 1986 (Digenea, Haploporidae).
Ultrastructural observations of spermatogenesis and sperm development of Saccocoelioides godoyi, an intestinal parasite of Leporinus friderici, are described, showing nuclei, mitochondria and two axonemes with the 9+1 configuration.
Dietary exposures to mineral hydrocarbons from food-use applications in the United States.
Scanning electron microscopic study of Prosorhynchoides arcuatus (Linton, 1990) (Bucephalidae: Digenea).
The tegument of adult P. arcuatus presents scale like and serrated spines and uniciliated sensory papillae, distributed over the body surface and is compared with other digenetic trematodes.
Checklist of Monogenea parasites of freshwater and marine fishes, amphibians and reptiles from Mexico, Central America and Caribbean
Two hundred and ten species from Mexico, 155 from the Caribbean and 63 from Central America with hosts and geographical distribution are listed, bringing up to date the knowledge of Latin America monogenean fauna.
Paranaella luquei gen. et sp. n. (Monogenea: Microcotylidae), a new parasite of Brazilian catfishes.
A new microcotyline monotypic genus is erected to accommodate Paranaella liquei sp.
Spermatogenesis and spermiogenesis in Microcotyle sp. (Microcotylidae, Monogenea).
Cross sections of the anterior and the middle regions of spermatozoa revealed nuclei, mitochondria, peripheral microtubules, and paired axonemes each with a 9+1 pattern.
Report on two species of Digenea from marine fishes in Brazil.
- B. Fernandes, R. M. Pinto, S. C. Cohen
- BiologyBrazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
- 1 August 2002
Two species of Digenea were recorded for the first time in South America and in new hosts: Acanthostomum spiniceps (Looss, 1896) and Heliconema heliconema Travassos, 1919 (Nematoda, Physalopteridae), was also recovered representing also a new host for this nematode species.