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Metazoa parasites of the invasive round goby Apollonia melanostoma (Neogobius melanostomus) (Pallas) (Gobiidae: Osteichthyes) in the Gulf of Gdańsk, Baltic Sea, Poland: a comparison with the Black Sea
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The known metazoa parasite fauna of the invasive round goby Apollonia melanostoma (formerly Neogobius melanostomus) consists of 12 species and includes species that are atypical for this species in its native habitat. Expand
Parasitization of invasive gobiids in the eastern part of the Central trans-European corridor of invasion of Ponto-Caspian hydrobionts
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The species accumulation curves show stable accumulation of parasite species by all four fish hosts along the studied part of the corridor, from the Dnieper Estuary to the Vistula River delta, and reveals that the studied gobies lose the parasites common in the host native range and accept new parasites from the colonized area. Expand
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HELMINTH FAUNAS AND INFECTION PARAMETERS OF TEN SPECIES OF GOBIID FISHES (ACTINOPTERYGII: GOBIIDAE) FROM THE NORTH-WESTERN BLACK SEA *
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The ichthyofauna of the Black Sea is comparatively poor and includes about 200 species; typical representatives of this group are: Mesogobius batrachocephalus (Pallas, 1811); ACTA ICHTHYOLOGICA ET PISCATORIA (2005) 35 (2): 103–110. Expand
Metazoan Parasites of Introduced Round and Tubenose Gobies in the Great Lakes: Support for the “Enemy Release Hypothesis”
ABSTRACT Recent invasion theory has hypothesized that newly established exotic species may initially be free of their native parasites, augmenting their population success. Others have hypothesizedExpand
The colonization of the invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus by parasites in new localities in the southwestern Baltic Sea
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The round goby Neogobius melanostomus is a bottom-dwelling fish native for the Ponto-Caspian basin, which started to colonize the Baltic Sea since 1991, and the processes of colonization have the same tendency as in the Gulf of Gdańsk. Expand
The Parasite Fauna of the Gobiid Fish (Actinopterygii, Gobiidae) in the Sukhyi Lyman, Black Sea
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Seventeen species of parasites are registered in the gobiids in the Sukhyi Lyman, Black Sea, with the marine tubenose goby Proterorhinus marmoratus having the richest parasite fauna, and the grass goby Zosterisessor ophiocephalus has the fewest number of parasite species. Expand
Communities of metazoan parasites of two fishes of the Proterorhinus genus (Actinopterygii: Gobiidae)
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The differences between the parasite component communities of two Proterorhinus gobies are explained by different quality of habitats and available intermediate hosts. Expand
The metazoa parasites of gobiids in the Dniester estuary (Black Sea) depending on water salinity
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A list is presented of metazoan parasites that infect seven gobiid fishes from the Dniester Estuary (Black Sea) that complements the existing list of parasite species that inhabit the fishes of this aquatic basin. Expand
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