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CLINOSTOMUM MARGINATUM METACERCARIA INCIDENCE IN SMALLMOUTH BASS FROM A NORTH ARKANSAS STREAM AND IN VITRO OXYGEN CONSUMPTION STUDIES

@article{Daly1987CLINOSTOMUMMM,
  title={CLINOSTOMUM MARGINATUM METACERCARIA INCIDENCE IN SMALLMOUTH BASS FROM A NORTH ARKANSAS STREAM AND IN VITRO OXYGEN CONSUMPTION STUDIES},
  author={James J. Daly and H. Herschel Conaway and T L Hostetler and Herbert M. Matthews},
  journal={Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science},
  year={1987},
  volume={41},
  pages={29-31}
}
Smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui) captured from Crooked Creek (Marion Co., Arkansas) in the summersof 1977 and 1 987 werefound to have a high incidence of infection with the metacercaria of Clinostomum marginatum (yellow grub). Of 41 fish collected in 1977, 32 (78%) were found infected with metacercariae with some fish containing large numbers of parasites. The number of larvae per fish ranged from 1 to 184, withan average of 23.2 ± 38 per smallmouth. Eighty-six percent of the bass… 

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