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Chrząszcze z rodziny biegaczowatych (Coleoptera: Carabidae) jako żywiciele pasożytniczych i komensalicznych eugregaryn (Apicomplexa: Eugregarinorida) - przegląd badań z terenu Polski

@inproceedings{Sienkiewicz2010ChrzszczeZR,
  title={Chrząszcze z rodziny biegaczowatych (Coleoptera: Carabidae) jako żywiciele pasożytniczych i komensalicznych eugregaryn (Apicomplexa: Eugregarinorida) - przegląd badań z terenu Polski},
  author={P. Sienkiewicz and J. Lipa},
  year={2010}
}
MORPHOMETRIC VARIABILITY OF CLITELLOCEPHALUS OPHONI (EUGREGARINIDA, GREGARINIDAE) IN THE INTESTINES OF HARPALUS RUFIPES (COLEOPTERA, CARABIDAE)
TLDR
The sex of the host does not affect the length of the protomerite and deutomerite, but does affect their width, the disposition of the nucleus and the widest point of the deutomersite, which is better described through parabolic function.
Seasonal dynamic of the occurrence of the gregarines infection of Harpalus rufipes (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in agroecosystem
TLDR
Invasion of the ground beetle Harpalus rufipes by several gregarines species is investigated in this study and decline in abundance index by the end of summer and early fall may be due to the death of heavily infected individuals.

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Clitellocephalus ophoni (Tuzet et Ormières, 1956) (Apicomplexa: Eugregarinida: Gregarinidae) recorded in Poland on strawberry seed beetle Harpalus (Ophonus) rufipes (De Geer, 1774) (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
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A morphometric and morphological analysis of C. ophoni trophozoites and gamonts found in the digestive tract of host specimens in France and Poland indicated a significant similarity, which could be an important factor of environmental resistance.
Fauna Helvetia Carabidae Ecology - Atlas
Die Laufkafer und Sandlaufkafer (Coleoptera, Carabidae) sind ausgezeichnete okologische Zeigerorganismen auch fur naturschutzrelevante Untersuchungen, sofern je nach Fragestellung die entsprechenden
Gregarina Vizri Lipa, 1968 (Apicomplexa: Eugregarinida) Recorded in Poland in an Expansive Plant Pest the Cereal Ground Beetle Zabrus Tenebrioides (Goeze) (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
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Morphometric analysis of G. vizri trophozoites and gamonts observed in the digestive tract of host specimens originating from Russian Federation and from Poland showed a significant similarity.
Effect of Diplocystis tipulae Sherlock (Eugregarinida: Apicomplexa), a coelomic gregarine pathogen of tipulids, on the larval size of Tipula paludosa Meigen (Tipulidae: Diptera).
This study demonstrates the debilitative effect of a coelomic gregarine, Diplocystis tipulae, on Tipula paludosa. The larvae were provided contaminated fresh grass leaves from a field where 40.0% of
Gregarinen in schlesischen Insekten
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Da sich fiir die fibrigen Ordnungen ein Prozentsatz sehwer angeben laBt, m6chte ich auf die folgende Tabelle hinweisen, in der zahlenm~13ig die yon mir untersuchten Familien, Gattungen and Arten eingetragen Hind.
Parasitism of damselflies (Enallagma boreale) by gregarines: sex biases and relations to adult survivorship
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Both adult males and females showed a positive correlation between longevity under conditions of food stress and the number of gregarines they initially carried, which may be explained if the food ingested with the infective cysts is more beneficial than the parasites are harmful.
Seasonal and individual variation in gregarine parasite levels in the field crickets Gryllus veletis and G.pennsylvanicus
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Gregarines, debilitating protozoan gut parasites, were monitored in two species of field cricket, Gryllus veletis and G.pennsylvanicus Burmeister, in northern Michigan in 1983 and 1984.
The effects of gregarine parasites on longevity, weight loss, fecundity and developmental time in the field crickets Gryllus veletis and G.pennsylvanicus
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Gregarines, debilitating gut parasites, significantly reduced longevity and increased weight loss in the field cricket Gryllus pennsylvanicus Burmeiser when adults were kept on suboptimal diets, but in G.veletis fed ad libitum, weight change, longevity, and fecundity were not significantly different in infected and control individuals.