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Parasite fauna of paranthias colonus (valenciennes, 1846) from el sargento, baja california sur, mexico

@article{Cruz2013ParasiteFO,
  title={Parasite fauna of paranthias colonus (valenciennes, 1846) from el sargento, baja california sur, mexico},
  author={Margarita Mendoza Cruz and Isabel Valles Vega and Horacio Lozano Cobo and M. Prado-Rosas and Pablo Moreno},
  journal={Neotropical helminthology},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={13-28}
}
Paranthias colonus (Valenciennes, 1846) is used as fish bait replacing first class fish that have been overfished in the Gulf of California. Due to its recent commercial importance, the parasite fauna of P. colonus from of El Sargento, Baja California Sur, Mexico is characterized to define its role in the life cycle of its parasites. 30 fishes were fixed in 4% formaldehyde for later examination. Helminths and copepods were treated with conventional techniques specific to each kind of parasite… Expand

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