Review of the parasitic genus Epipenaeon Nobili, 1906 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae), with new records and redescription of four species from China

@article{An2014ReviewOT,
  title={Review of the parasitic genus Epipenaeon Nobili, 1906 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae), with new records and redescription of four species from China},
  author={Jianmei An and Christopher B. Boyko and Xinzheng Li},
  journal={Journal of Natural History},
  year={2014},
  volume={48},
  pages={2027 - 2048}
}
The genus Epipenaeon Nobili, 1906 is reviewed and two species, Epipenaeon georgei Devi, 1982 and Epipenaeon Qazi, 1959, are transferred to Parapenaeon Richardson, 1904 while E. ovalis Pillai, 1954 is synonymized with E. ingens Nobili, 1906. Epipenaeon grande Nierstrasz et al., 1931 is removed from synonymy with Epipenaeon ingens and Epipenaeon ingens latifrons Bourdon, 1979 is considered as a full species. Four species of Epipenaeon are reported from China, with two being new records… 
Redescription of the Mediterranean endemic parasitic isopod Anuropodione amphiandra (Codreanu, Codreanu & Pike, 1966) n. comb. (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) from Munida rutllanti Zariquiey Alvarez, 1952, with new records from Turkey and a review of the genus Anuropodione Bourdon, 1967
Seven species of bopyrid isopods were previously known from Turkish Mediterranean waters; a purported eighth species, Orthione griffenis Markham, 2004, is based on incorrect identification and likely
A Review of Bopyrids (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) Parasitic on Caridean Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) from China
A review of 37 bopyrid isopods known to infest 43 species of caridean shrimps in China is presented, based on literature records and new material. Synonymies are provided for all species, with
Foul play? On the rapid spread of the brown shrimp Penaeus aztecus Ives, 1891 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Penaeidae) in the Mediterranean, with new records from the Gulf of Lion and the southern Levant
TLDR
The near-concurrent records from distant locations in the Mediterranean put paid to the premise that P. aztecus was introduced into the Mediterranean Sea in ballast waters, and it is likely that many of these populations issue from illegal introductions.
History of Discovery of Parasitic Crustacea
TLDR
This chapter reviews the history of discovery for each of the major parasitic Crustacea groups, highlighting some of the key developments that have influenced the current understanding of these parasites.
A Review of Bopyrids (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) Parasitic on Caridean Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) from China
TLDR
This chapter discusses new taxa, taxonomic Decisions, and Chinese records recorded in the period from 1772 to 1923, as well as specific cases up to and including the year of Bopyrinella parameces.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 83 REFERENCES
A review of Epipenaeon ingens Nobili, 1906 (Isopoda: Bopyridae) host species and documentation of a new host, Metapenaeopsis stridulans (Alcock, 1905) (Decapoda: Penaeidae)
TLDR
Infestation of E. ingens caused a characteristic bulge of the branchial chamber, growth retardation, and degeneration of the sex organs, but had no effect on the host weight.
Polypocephalus sp. (Cestoda : Lecanicephalidae) as a biological marker for banana prawns, Penaeus merguiensis de Man, in the Gulf of Carpentaria
  • L. Owens
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • 1985
Parasites in banana prawns, P. merguiensis, from the Gulf of Carpentaria were surveyed. Only the lecanicephalid cestode Polypocephalus sp. seemed useful as a biological marker for banana prawns.
Infestation of brown shrimp, Farfantepenaeus aztecus, Ives (1891) (Penaeidae) by Epipenaeon ingens, Nobili (1906) (Isopoda, Bopyridae) from the Antalya Bay, Turkey
TLDR
A bopyrid isopod, Epipenaeon ingens Nobili (1906) infestation on brown shrimp, Farfantepenaeus aztecus Ives, was studied and it is understood that E. ingens is increasing it’s penaeid host range.
Occurrence and influence of bopyrid parasites on female penaeid prawns from coastal waters of Central Queensland (Australia)
TLDR
Parasite species were not randomly associated with all prawn species but rather were associated with a single prawn host species or species group and the factors that give rise to such specific host-parasite associations, particularly the host-selective behaviour of the parasite and the habitat preferences of the juvenile prawns are discussed.
Population ecology of the grooved tiger prawn, Penaeus semisulcatus, in the north-western Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia: growth, movement, age structure and infestation by the bopyrid parasite Epipenaeon ingens
TLDR
The length-frequency data pertaining to the 1984 year class provided the basis for an estimate of the longevity of the species and a description of the offshore movement patterns of the population of grooved tiger prawns, Penaeus semisulcatus.
Epidemiology of cryptonisci (Bopyridae: Isopoda) in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia
TLDR
Environment was more important than intermediate hosts in explaining variation in cryptoniscid numbers and more cryptonisci were found offshore in the northern and northwestern areas of the Gulf and autumn had the highest abundance.
Prevalence of Cabirops orbionei (Epicaridea; Cryptoniscidae) in northern Australia: A biocontrol agent for bopyrids
TLDR
The most commonly hyperparasitized bopyrids was Penaeus esculentus, followed by Penaeus sernisulcatus, Penaeus longistylus and Penaeus latisULcatus; Metapenaeus endeavouri was not infected at all; Epipenaeon ingens was 4-5 times more heavily infected than other bopyrsid species.
Growth of two species of tiger prawn, Penaeus esculentus and P. semisulcatus, in the western Gulf of Carpentaria
TLDR
Growth data were obtained for the two tiger prawn species P. esculentus and P. semisulcatus from a tagging experiment carried out in February 1981 and an alternative von Bertalanffy-type model was used to test the consistency between the estimated L∞ values and the carapace leilgths of the largest individuals observed in samples from the populations.
Sur la taxonomie et l'éthologie de quelques Orbioninés (Isopoda Epicaridea).
TLDR
Two new species of isopods of the sub-family Orbioninae are described, and additional information on ten species is provided.
Bopyrid parasites of prawns at Kakinada
A total of 1,064 prawns belonging to 12 species of penaeid and 3 species of non-penaeid prawns were infected with 10 species of Bopyrid parasites belonging to 5 genera. Epipenaeon georgei is
...
1
2
3
4
5
...