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Paratenuisentis gen. n. for Tanaorhamphus ambiguus Van Cleave 1921 (Acanthocephala), with a reconsideration of the Tenuisentidae.
On the basis of the typical pattern of giant nuclei distribution, it is concluded that Tanaorhamphus and Microsentis, previously included in the Tenuisentidae, belong in the Neoechinrhynchidae. Expand
Marine Fish Haematozoa from New Brunswick and New England
Of 1142 fish (68 species) examined, 140 (21 species) yielded blood parasites. Overall incidence was much higher at St. Andrews, N.B., than at Woods Hole, Mass., as was the variety of fish harbouringExpand
A new species of Acanthocephalus from New England fishes, with observations on variability.
  • W. L. Bullock
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 June 1962
Acanthocephalus jacksoni sp. n. is described on the basis of several hundred specimens collected from a variety of fresh-water fishes from numerous locations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.Expand
Meristograms: Graphical Analysis of Serial variation of Proboscis Hooks of Echinorhynchus (Acanthocephala)
During a study of morphological variability in the acanthocephalan genus Echinorhynchus, subtle but apparently consistent differences were detected between the probosces of certain collections of these worms from marine fishes of New England. Expand
Histochemical studies on the Acanthocephala. III. Comparative histochemistry of alkaline glycerophosphatase.
Nine members of five genera of the Neoechinorhynchidae were alwavs negative for alkaline phosphatase and probably use other enzyme systems in their absorptive or secretive processes. Expand