On the morphology and life-history of Monascus [= Haplocladus] Filiformis (Rudolphi, 1819) Looss, 1907 and Steringophorus Furciger (Olsson, 1868) Odhner, 1905 (Trematoda, Fellodistomidae)

@article{Kie1979OnTM,
  title={On the morphology and life-history of Monascus [= Haplocladus] Filiformis (Rudolphi, 1819) Looss, 1907 and Steringophorus Furciger (Olsson, 1868) Odhner, 1905 (Trematoda, Fellodistomidae)},
  author={Marianne K{\o}ie},
  journal={Ophelia},
  year={1979},
  volume={18},
  pages={113-132}
}
  • M. Køie
  • Published 1 April 1979
  • Biology
  • Ophelia
Abstract The cercariae of Monascus [= Haplocladus] filiformis (Rudolphi, 1819) Looss, 1907 and Steringophorus furciger (Olsson, 1868) Odhner, 1905 (fam. Fellodistomidae) develop in the bivalves Nucula nitidosa Winckworth and Nuculana [= Leda] minuta (Muller), respectively. Both trematode species may only have two hosts without a stage of metacercaria. The large furcocercous cercaria of M. filiformis is eaten by dab Limanda limanda (L.) in which it matures. The cercaria may also be eaten by… 
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The cercaria of Steringotrema pagelli develops in sporocysts in the bivalve Nucula nitidosa Winckworth and N. nucleus and is swollowed by the final host, lemon sole Microstomus kitt (Walbaum) and dab Limanda limanda (L.).
A proposed three-host life history of Monascusfiliformis (Rudolphi, 1819) (Digenea: Fellodi-stomidae) in the southwest Atlantic Ocean
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Some helminth parasites of marine fishes and cephalopods of South Africa: Aspidogastrea and the digenean families Bucephalidae, Haplosplanchnidae, Mesometridae and Fellodistomidae
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Digenetic trematodes from Limanda limanda (L.) (Osteichthyes, Pleuronectidae) from Danish and adjacent waters, with special reference to their life-histories
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Estudio de digénidos de peces marinos del sur de la Península Ibérica
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The parasite Monascus filiformis (Trematoda, Digenea, Fellodistomidae) on Stromateus brasiliensis (Pisces, Perciformes, Stromateidae): possible routes of transmission involving jellyfish
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New data on life cycles for three species of Fellodistomidae (Digenea) in the White Sea.
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Parasites of Loligo gahi from waters off the Falkland Islands, with a phylogenetically based identification of their cestode larvae
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