Deep-water life cycle of Anisakis paggiae (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in the Irminger Sea indicates kogiid whale distribution in north Atlantic waters

@article{Klimpel2010DeepwaterLC,
  title={Deep-water life cycle of Anisakis paggiae (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in the Irminger Sea indicates kogiid whale distribution in north Atlantic waters},
  author={Sven Klimpel and Thomas Kuhn and Markus Wilhelm Busch and Horst Karl and Harry Wilhelm Palm},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={899-906}
}
The study of the beryciform Anoplogaster cornuta from the Irminger Sea (north Atlantic) revealed the presence of the anisakid nematode Anisakis paggiae inside the body cavity, representing a new host and locality record. This deep-sea fish was infected with Anisakis larvae at a prevalence of 57.1% and a mean intensity of 2.2, with no correlation between the fish standard length and the number of accumulated A. paggiae. Kogiid whales (Kogia breviceps, K. sima), the typical final hosts of this… 
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