Copepod Parasites of the Fatheads (Pisces, Psychrolutidae) Their Implication on the Phylogenetic Relationships of Psychrolutid Genera

@inproceedings{Ho2005CopepodPO,
  title={Copepod Parasites of the Fatheads (Pisces, Psychrolutidae) Their Implication on the Phylogenetic Relationships of Psychrolutid Genera},
  author={J. Ho and Il-Hoi Kim and K. Nagasawa},
  booktitle={Zoological science},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Nine species of psychrolutids kept in the Marine Zoology of Hokkaido University were found to carry eight species of copepod parasites. The parasites and their hosts are: Bobkabata kabatabobbus Hogans and Benz, 1990 on Malacocottus zonurus Bean; Chondracanthus parvus n. sp. on Eurymen gyrinus Gilbert and Burke; Chondracanthus yabei n. sp. on Dasycottus setiger Bean and M. zonurus; Ch. yanezi Atria, 1980 on Psychrolutes phrictus Stein and Bond; Caligus similis n. sp. on Neophrynichthys… Expand

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