First report of the parasitic copepod Lernaea cyprinacea (Copepoda: Lernaeidae) on gobioid fishes (Teleostei: Gobonellidae) in southern Europe

@article{Ahnelt2018FirstRO,
  title={First report of the parasitic copepod Lernaea cyprinacea (Copepoda: Lernaeidae) on gobioid fishes (Teleostei: Gobonellidae) in southern Europe},
  author={Harald Ahnelt and Robert Konecny and Andreas Gabriel and Andreas Bauer and Laura Pompei and Massimo Lorenzoni and Helmut Sattmann},
  journal={Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems},
  year={2018},
  volume={419},
  pages={34}
}
Lernaea cyprinacea is a non host-specific parasitic copepod known to infest many freshwater fish species. Outbreaks of infestations by this ectoparasite may cause mass mortality of parasitized fishes. L. cyprinacea has been found mostly on pelagic species. Records on small benthic fish species are less common. Especially rare are infestations of Gobioidei adapted to a benthic life style, with reports restricted to Asia and, in Europe, to the Ponto-Caspian region. Although it is cosmopolitan, L… Expand
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