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Morphometric and molecular data of the two digenean species Lasiotocus lizae Liu, 2002 (Monorchiidae) and Paucivitellosus vietnamensis sp. n. (Bivesiculidae) from mullet fish in Tonkin Bay, Vietnam.
Phylogenetic analyses revealed that L. lizae is highly differentiated from other species of Lasiotocus from which molecular data were obtained, including L. arrhichostoma Searle, Cutmore et Cribb, 2014 and L. engeli and V. seheli in Vietnam, and a new species of the genus Paucivitellosus is identified.
The trematode Skrjabinolecithum spasskii Belous, 1954 (Digenea: Haploporidae), a mullet parasite (Mugilidae) from Peter the great bay of the sea of Japan and from Vietnamese waters of the Gulf of…
The study of the morphology of S. spasskii showed that the worms have diffuse eye spots, V-shaped testis, long caeca that reach the level of the middle of the posterior third of the body, as well as a uterus with unembryonated eggs with an operculum on one pole and a knob on the other pole.
Paradiplozoon skrjabini ( Monogenea , Diplozoidae ) , an Ectoparasite on the Gills of Freshwater Fishes ( Cyprinidae , Leuciscinae ) of Japan and Primorsky Region , Russia : a Morphological and…
Paradiplozoon skrjabini unusually has low host specificity (on seven species of four genera of leuciscine fishes) and a wide range of geographical distribution (in eastern Eurasia: the Amur River system of Russia and China; Primorsky Region and Sakhalin Island, Russia; and Hokkaido and Honshu, Japan).
Restoration of the genus Parasaccocoelium Zhukov, 1971 (Digenea: Haploporidae) and a description of two new species from mugilid fish in the Far East of Russia.
- V. Besprozvannykh, D. M. Atopkin, A. Ermolenko, A. Nikitenko
- BiologyJournal of helminthology
- 1 September 2015
The taxonomic status of the genus Parasaccocoelium is supported and its inclusion within the sub-family Waretrematinae is supported, and Pseudohapladena lizae Liu et Yang, 2002 is considered to be a junior synonym of Parasaccocelium mugili Zhukov, 1971.
Hemozoin is a product of heme detoxification in the gut of the most medically important species of the family Opisthorchiidae.
The life cycle of Asymphylodora perccotti sp. n. (Trematoda: Lissorchiidae) in the Russian Southern Far East.
Developmental stages of Notocotylus magniovatus Yamaguti, 1934, Catatropis vietnamensis n. sp., Pseudocatatropis dvoryadkini n. sp., and phylogenetic relationships of Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909
- A. V. Izrailskaia, V. Besprozvannykh, Y. Tatonova, H. Nguyen, H. Ngo
- BiologyParasitology Research
- 8 January 2019
The presence in the last group of flukes with three rows of papillae and a median ridge and lateral papilla indicates that these systematic criteria are not determinant in establishing membership of the parasitic worms to one or another genus of Notocotylidae.
New data on the morphology of some Far-Eastern species of Rhabdochona (Nematoda: Rhabdochonidae), as revealed by SEM observations.
- F. Moravec, A. V. Ermolenko, V. Besprozvannykh, T. Scholz
- BiologyFolia parasitologica
- 1 September 2012
Detailed morphological study of these worms made it possible to reveal some previously unreported morphological features and to confirm other taxonomically important characters such as the shape of deirids, number of anterior prostomal teeth, number and situation of lateral preanal and postanal papillae.
Life-cycle of Paracoenogonimus ussuriensis sp. n. (Digenea: Cyathocotylidae) in the Primorsky region (southern Far East, Russia)
SummaryNew cercariae similar to those of Paracoenogonimus (Cyathocotylidae, Prohemistomatinae), have been found in gastropods Amuropaludina and Cipangopaludina from reservoirs of the Primorsky Region…
Morphological and molecular data for highly pathogenic avian parasite Erschoviorchis anuiensis sp. n. and phylogenetic relationships within the Opisthorchiidae (Trematoda).