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Contribucion al conocimiento de genero caligus muller, 1785 (copepoda : siphonostomatoida) en chile

@inproceedings{Fernandez1986ContribucionAC,
  title={Contribucion al conocimiento de genero caligus muller, 1785 (copepoda : siphonostomatoida) en chile},
  author={J Quiros Fernandez and C Villalba},
  year={1986}
}
Sea lice (Copepoda: Caligidae) of Turkey, with the discovery of Caligus quadratus Shiino, 1954 in the Mediterranean Sea and the re-description of a rare caligid copepod, Caligus scribae Essafi, Cabral & Raibaut, 1984.
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The current status of the caligid copepods parasitic on marine fishes off Turkey is reviewed and an updated checklist comprising a total of 24 species, belonging to three different genera, is presented together with habitus illustrations and a key to all 24 species. Expand
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