author={Donald A. Munson},
  booktitle={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  • D. A. Munson
  • Published in Journal of wildlife diseases 1 July 1974
  • Biology
Of 128 seasnails (Liparis atlanticus) collected from tide pools along the New Hampshire coast, over 90% were infected with the cestode Spathebothrium simplex and with one or both of the trematodes Podocotyle reflexa and Podocotyle atomon. Additional helminths found included Echinorhynchus gadi, Prosorhynchus crucibulum, and larval Thynnascaris sp. in 21, 12, and 9 percent of the hosts, respectively. All fish were infected with a species of Eimeria, and almost 30% had Trichodina sp. on their… 
Host-parasite relationships of Spathebothrium simplex Linton, 1922 (Cestoda: Spathebothriidae) infecting the seasnail, Liparis atlanticus (Jordan and Everman, 1898) (Osteichthyes: Liparidae).
The host-parasit e relationships of Spathe bothrium simplex Linton, 1922 (Cestoda: Spathebothriidae) infecting the seasnai l (Liparis atlanticus) were investigated and it was found that infection by S. simplex neither favored nor precluded further infection.
Spathebothriidea: survey of species, scolex and egg morphology, and interrelationships of a non-segmented, relictual tapeworm group (Platyhelminthes: Cestoda).
The peculiar morphology of the members of the order Spathebothriidea, which is today represented by five effectively monotypic genera whose host associations and geographical distribution show little commonality, indicate that it is a relictual group that was once diverse and widespread.
Taxonomy of North American Fish Eimeriidae
Taxonomic descriptions, line drawings, and references are given for the 30 named and 5 unnamed species of North American fish Eimeriidae. In addition, a key was developed based on available
Interactions entre comportement et variations de la croissance des juvéniles de la sole (Solea solea) dans les nourriceries des pertuis Charentais
L'objectif de cette these etait d'identifier certains processus lies au fonctionnement des nourriceries de la sole Solea solea (L.) dans les pertuis Charentais, bassin ostreicole de 1er rang europeen
Dactylostomum cribbi n. sp., a new opecoeline digenean from the Australian freshwater fish Gadopsis marmoratus Richardson
An opecoelid digenean, Dactylostomum cribbi n. sp., is described from the intestine of the freshwater fish Gadopsis marmoratus from Victoria, Australia, and its pathology commented upon. Its
Parasitic infection of sole Solea solea by Prosorhynchus spp. metacercariae (Digenea, Bucephalidae) in Atlantic nurseries under mussel cultivation influence.
The results confirmed the sole as second intermediate host of bucephalid trematodes of the genus Prosorhynchus, which has not previously been noticed in Atlantic stocks and suggested a protracted infestation process, which may be initiated in spring during sole settlement.


Geographic distribution of some species of trichodinids (Ciliata: Peritricha) parasitic on fishes
This is a study on the geographic distribution of some fish trichodinids, based on a comparison of four species received for publication 9 April 1963.
On the occurrence of Echinorhynchus gadi in fishes of the Woods Hole region.
The vacuome and Golgi apparatus in the ciliate Stylonychia, and the neutral-red reaction in Paramecium caudatum, are studied in detail.
A record of parasitic worms from fishes in rock pools at Aberystwyth
  • G. Rees
  • Biology, History
  • 1945
Various records have, from time to time, been made of parasitic worms from marine fishes around the British Isles, and the Trematoda class has received more attention than have the other parasitic worms of fishes.
The trematoda; with special reference to british and other european forms
The trematoda; with special reference to british and other european forms, اطلاعات رسانی کشاورزی .
Fishes of the Gulf of Maine
During the summer of 1912 the Bureau of Fisheries with the cooperation of the Museum of Com;arative Zoology of Harvard Un~vers~ty, cOInInenced an oceanographic and bIOlogIcal survey of the Gulf of
Observations on Cyathocephalus truncatus Pallas, 1781 (Cestoda: Spathebothriidea) in its Intermediate and Definitive Hosts in a Trout Stream, North Wales
  • J. Awachie
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of Helminthology
  • 1966
The increase of incidence with age among l+—3+ year-old fish and decrease in the older age groups are correlated with the variation in the food and feeding habits of trout with age.
Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Nematoden , Contnacaecum clavatum ( Rud . ) . Z . f . Parasitenk
  • 1936