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Digenea and acanthocephala of elasmobranch fishes from the southern coast of Brazil.
TLDR
Digeneans and acanthocephalans are reported for the first time parasitizing elasmobranch fishes in Brazil.
Nematodes of elasmobranch fishes from the southern coast of Brazil.
TLDR
Nematode larvae of the genera Anisakis, Contracaecum, Pseudoterranova and Raphidascaris are listed from the stomach and spiral valves of several hosts.
NEMATODOS ANISAKIDAE Y RAPHIDASCARIDIDAE PARÁSITOS DE ATUNES (PERCIFORMES: SCOMBRIDAE) DEL ESTADO DE RÍO DE JANEIRO, BRASIL
Para el presente estudio, fueron adquiridos 276 atunes, entre enero de 2000 y diciembre de 2002, en mercados de peces, siendo 107 ejemplares de Katsuwonus pelamis (Linnaeus, 1758), 5 Auxis thazard
Gobioides broussonnetii (Gobiidae): a new host for Pterobothrium crassicolle (Trypanorhyncha) on Marajó Island, northern Brazil.
TLDR
The violet goby, G. broussonnetii, is a new host for P. crassicolle, which led to identification of blastocysts containing plerocercoid larvae in collected specimens from the estuary of the Paracauarí River.
Callitetrarhynchus gracilis (Rudolphi, 1819) Pintner, 1931 (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) parasitizing the musculature of Sardinella brasiliensis (Steindachner, 1879) (Actinopterygii) off the coast of the
TLDR
The aims of the present study were to identify and report the occurrence of tiny cestodes in the musculature of Brazilian sardinella that were purchased in the São Pedro fish market in the municipality of Niterói, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
CALLITETRARHYNCHUS SPECIOSUS (LINTON, 1897) CARVAJAL & REGO, 1985 TRYPANORHYNCHA (CESTODA) PARASITANDO PRIACANTHUS ARENATUS (CUVIER, 1829) (OSTEICHTHYES, PRIACANTHIDAE) DE LA COSTA DE RÍO DE JANEIRO,
TLDR
Parásitos de Priacanthus arenatus se estudiaron por su importancia para the inspección sanitaria de los peces, teniendo en cuenta el daño that el aspecto repulsivo ofrece a los consumidores.
[Trypanorhyncha cestodes parasitic in blackfin goosefish, Lophius gastrophysus Miranda-Ribeiro, 1915 purchased in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil].
TLDR
The presence of Trypanorhyncha metacestodes in the muscles does not represent a risk of infection for humans, but they have a negative effect on fish aesthetics because of the repugnant aspect, causing consumer rejection and the prohibition for commercial purpose by sanitary inspectors.